One secret to preparing healthy meals is having the right ingredients on hand. Find out five basics our dietitians believe no fridge should be without.
Most of us are aware that what we eat affects our health. But the results of a new study illustrates that fact vividly: Almost half of deaths in one year caused by heart disease, stroke and type 2 diabetes in a large group of Americans were linked with a poor diet.
There’s no better time than the turn of the season to spring clean your lifestyle and get your family back on track. This spring, make a goal to start with small, attainable changes that can help lead to better overall health.
Ready to jump on a diet that’s all the rage? Our dietitian breaks down the top five diets searched for on Google. Get the facts about each one to boost your chances of successful weight loss.
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Eating well is not about perfection. Especially over the holidays. If you indulge a bit, don’t beat yourself up. Just make a U-turn, and use Dr. Hyman’s tips to get back on track.
Omega-3 fatty acids have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease and arthritis. One of the key benefits is their ability to act as an anti-inflammatory.
Peanut butter is packed with protein and nutrients. But is your go-to brand nutritious or not? Discover four ways to make sure you’re reaping the benefits of this popular nut butter.
You can’t go wrong with veggies. But some do more for you than others. Guess which veggies our dietitians believe are overrated.
If you’re like most Americans, you’re eating too much sodium — even if you don’t use the salt shaker to add it to your food.
Six contestants try to guess the answer in a video quiz based on the Cleveland Clinic-Parade survey on aging. Can you predict who’s right, and what our wellness dietitian will say?