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.
If you’re feeling down, what you eat can help. Here’s what to eat (and what to avoid) to help you see things on the sunnier side.
If you want quick but healthy and no-fuss recipe packed with nutrients and flavor, go for a Buddha bowl.
Headed to the grocery store on a limited budget? You can still shop and eat healthy. Here are 10 tips for smart shopping from our dieticians you don’t want to miss.
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If you’re wondering caffeine you consume daily is It all comes down to how much caffeine you consume each day. Learn the rewards and risks of daily caffeine from dietary experts at the Cleveland Clinic.
Looking for a treat that’s on the healthier side? This refreshing peach milkshake is packed with vitamin C.
Looking for an alternative to potato chips? Try these nutritious and cripsy kale chips. They’re easy to make, super crunch, and full of vitamins and minerals you need.
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.
You’re not imagining it — calories do add up faster as you age. A nutritionist shares some key tips to help you avoid weight gain and stay healthy after ‘the change.’