Are hidden calories jeopardizing your heart? Discover easy ways to trim calories and how to be realistic in your approach to weight loss.
What do counting calories, fad diets and juice cleanses have in common? They’re all doomed to fail as weight-loss strategies. Follow these do’s and don’ts from our experts to lose weight and keep it off.
We’ve all been in front of the fridge at 3 a.m., hungry and looking for snacks or something that we know is not good for us. But it turns out that late-night snacking can put you at risk for more than just putting on weight.
I get asked about all the time what people should eat to help maintain their heart health. One reason might be that the topic of diet has become very controversial in recent years.
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Eating breakfast may have health benefits – but food choices matter as well. A dietitian offers her suggestions for front-loading your day with heart-healthy meals and snacks.
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.
Cook very small, young turnips with sweet apples for an especially appetizing side dish. Seasoned with cinnamon and nutmeg, this dish goes very well with a lean protein. There is no need to peel the white turnips — just give them a good scrub.
Get heart-conscious tips for cooking and ordering healthy Mexican meals.
Here are healthy Asian menu ingredient swaps and preparation tips along with flavor-packed recipes from Cleveland Clinic nutrition experts.
Pumpkin is good for your heart, eyesight, immune system and more. Learn six ways – plus some favorite Cleveland Clinic recipes – to add more pumpkin to your diet.