Did you know there are some foods that can lower stress levels? Certain foods can help reduce our levels of cortisol — the primary hormone responsible for stress. A dietitian weighs in.
The good news: It’s cookout season! The bad news? Nothing derails a healthy diet quite like a party. A registered dietitian dishes on how to indulge in the joy of the season without compromising your health — plus six healthy summer recipes you’ll love.
They sing, they soar, they swarm, they… make for a tasty snack? Brood X cicadas have descended upon the Eastern United States for the first time in 17 years, and they’re showing up on some peoples’ plates. A dietitian weighs in.
Having a little trouble when it comes to rising to the occasion? Before you opt for that little blue pill, you might want to consider cleaning up your diet. Find out why from a urologist.
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Fiber can lower blood cholesterol, prevent diabetes and help move food through your child’s digestive system — promoting healthy bowel function and protecting against constipation.
Adding a few healthy dishes to your tailgate menu can be a game changer for your health. A dietitian discusses what to swap, what to keep and what to pass on.
Tired? Try fighting your fatigue with these foods and best behaviors to give yourself a pickup during your day.
There is no question that you can be a vegetarian and an athlete. The tougher question is – how can I become vegetarian and not compromise my athletic performance?
Exactly how many calories should you be eating every day? We’ll help you do the math.
If you don’t have nutrition-related side effects from your cancer treatment that limit your ability to eat or digest food, you can generally follow a healthy diet.