While there’s no magic “healthy pill,” there are tried-and-true ways to take your immunity superpowers up a notch.
Pistachios can pack a powerful punch for health. That’s because these little green gems are a great source of nutrition, and are brimming with vitamins and nutrients.
Nutrient-rich autumn fruits and veggies fill the produce section this time of year. If you’re looking for something different, try a pomegranate.
A new study finds drinking coffee (even as much as eight cups per day) can be part of a healthy diet. Dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, explains the findings.
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Matcha tea has 137 times more antioxidants than the green tea from which it’s made. If you’re not sure how to use it, here are tips for working this amazing tea into meals.
There are plenty of superfoods among us – you probably eat them every day, such as leafy greens and other vegetables, berries and fruits. But if you are looking to shake up your diet with some fun, exotic and super-nutritious foods, we have six interesting options for you.
If you’re struggling with arthritis pain, you may not need surgery to ease the hurt. First, try eating the right foods — research shows it can help.
A fruitarian diet, consisting mainly of fruits, is very restrictive. The diet offers some benefits but is also full of sugar and presents risks for your teeth, metabolism, nutrition and body weight.
What are the healthiest foods to eat this summer? Here are our dietitians’ top picks.
At almost every turn, science and medicine reveal a new “superfood” that will dramatically improve our health. Chia seeds can reduce your cholesterol. Green leafy vegetables burn belly fat. Blueberries boost your antioxidants. Now, the latest in wonder snacking – celery seeds to lower your high blood pressure (HBP). But does it really work? “It’s … Read More