When it comes to gut health, probiotics are all the rage. So what’s a prebiotic? An intestinal microbe specialist clears up the confusion.
The FDA nutrition food labels have gotten a makeover. The labels now include added sugars and an emphasis on serving size. This was done to help turn the tide on America’s obesity epidemic.
Protein is an important part of your diet and can even reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke. But not all protein is created equal. Our registered dietitian gives her top picks for healthy high-protein foods that are low in fat, salt and sugar.
Not sure what type of diet will help you lose weight? Our expert explains why you might want to try a real-food diet.
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A bad diet will affect more than your waistline — your hair, skin, teeth and more can also be affected. Here are some signs your body isn’t getting the nutrition it needs.
Getting the right amount of the right fats in our diets is important to our health. A dietitian provides guidance on how much you need and where to find the good fats.
If it seems that women face more challenges than men when they’re trying to lose weight, here’s why. But by making some adjustments, women can win the weight loss battle.
A study found that a diet full of excessive unhealthy foods, and not enough good foods, is associated with 1 in 5 deaths worldwide.
A dietitian explains what you should know about complete and incomplete protein sources, including animal and plant-based foods.
Are hidden calories jeopardizing your heart? Discover easy ways to trim calories and how to be realistic in your approach to weight loss.