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.
The results of a large, seven-year study focused on dietary habits sheds a positive light on saturated fats, but is that really right for you? Get a cardiologist’s take on this surprising study.
Try this delicious version of avocado toast, loaded with phytonutrients and good-for-you fats. It’s simple to make and has lots of flavor too.
Most of the health and weight loss advice out there is misguided, outdated and scientifically inaccurate. Don’t let it create road blocks on your journey to health and wellness.
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The new FDA Nutrition Facts label, now finalized, shines a spotlight on hidden sugars — and how many calories and servings are in “biggie-sized” foods. This should help turn the tide on America’s obesity epidemic.
You’re heard that eating fat will make you fat. Let’s explore the facts about dietary fat and sugar to learn what’s really making us gain weight.
The peanut butter you remember from childhood now has competition from creamy spreads that are ground from a variety of nuts, seeds and other legumes.
Looking for the best avocados? How dark should the skin be? How firm? Use these tips to pick the perfect ones.
For years, we’ve heard that saturated fat is bad for our hearts and that unsaturated fat is good. Learn which fats you can eat more of and which fats to avoid. Preventive cardiology dietitians Julia Zumpano, RD, LD, and Kate Patton, MEd, RD, CSSD, LD, offer tips on heart-healthy eating, cooking and shopping above.
Sometimes, it’s okay to go a little bit nutty – especially if that means upping your intake of almonds.