You take care of your kids, spouse, parents, BFFs ― even your pets ― before taking care of yourself. Let this serve as a friendly reminder to STOP! Put yourself first.
How often do you run through the drive thru (or just have it delivered)? A new study finds that 1 in 3 Americans are grabbing fast food every single day. Dietitian Lindsay Malone explains why eating fast food this often is detrimental to your health.
An Australian study suggests that too much fast food and not enough fresh fruit can harm a woman’s fertility. But eating well is no ‘magic bullet’ for conception, our expert advises.
When dairy products don’t agree with you, how can you get enough calcium in your diet? Discover which foods can boost your intake of this key mineral.
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No special diet can make arthritis go away. But a few changes in the way you eat may relieve some of those aches and pains. Learn which foods to maximize in your diet.
You’ve heard that decadent desserts can trigger a gout attack. Do you really have to steer clear of sweets to control your gout? Discover the truth from rheumatologist Scott Burg, DO.
Perhaps you diet all week, then give yourself a “cheat day.” Is this a good idea? Registered dietitian Anna Taylor, MS, RD, LD, CDE, provides The Short Answer.
Thinking about jumping on the Plant Paradox diet bandwagon? Here’s what our dietitians say you should know first.
Discover how protein at breakfast, intermittent fasting, eating only when you’re hungry and other strategies can help you lose weight — and keep it off.
When you’re dieting, will the occasional burger and fries, or piece of chocolate cake, give you a reprieve — or undo all your hard work? Our dietitians explain the advantages and disadvantages of ‘cheat meals.’