What do you eat to fuel your workout? A Cleveland Clinic dietitian explains how to best fuel your body both before and after exercise.
Learn the factors that control how long digestion takes, along with how long it takes to digest water and other liquids.
Older adults are prone to experience shifts in their weight for many reasons. In fact, being underweight and undernourished is often a more frequent problem than being overweight in the elderly.
What is “The 100” diet? And is it right for you? Our dietitian explains this low-carb diet that restricts sugar calories.
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Knowing what to eat, both before and after you exercise, can go a long way in helping you get the most out of your workouts. Find out what to eat, and why.
Carbohydrates often get a bad rap. But they’re one of three essential macronutrients, along with fat and protein. Learn some helpful tips for incorporating carbs into your diet.
If you’re a runner, you could risk draining your body of vital resources too quickly or have less energy to complete your program by not eating right. Get all the tips you need to stay healthy and hydrated.
Even when you think you’re eating healthy, you may want to think again… There are some foods pretending to be healthier than they really are. Or they may be healthy in themselves, but only if you don’t overdo them. These seven foods could be undermining your attempts to lose weight and eat healthy.
As hunter-gatherers, we ate about 800 different plant species, plus wild animals and wild fish. Discover what’s happened to our bodies as we’ve gradually shifted to a diet that is predominantly carbohydrates.
Should you avoid carbohydrates at all costs, or just certain ones? Our dietitians explain.