A registered dietitian explains what nitrates and nitrites are, including which foods they’re found in and how they affect your health, both for good and for bad.
Many types of cancer aren’t preventable. But when it comes to colon cancer, your lifestyle and habits can play a huge role in helping lower your risk. A colorectal surgeon weighs in on what to eat (and what to avoid) to maintain colon health and decrease your risk.
Processed meats are a lunchtime staple, but that doesn’t mean they’re particularly good for you. A dietitian offers some tips for choosing the healthiest lunch meat.
Focused on adding more protein to your diet? We breakdown the best and worst proteins for your wellness goals.
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This wrap helps you cut back on processed meats by using fresh poultry. It’s also big on flavor using fresh slaw to top it off!
Most food is “processed” in one way or another. Fresh is best, but there are plenty of convenient, inexpensive and healthy shelf-stable and packaged foods out there. We talked to a registered dietitian about the best options to round out a healthy diet.
Back away from the brisket! There are some serious health concerns you should know about before planning your next cookout. A registered dietitian explains how smoked meats might raise your risk for some types of cancer.
The next time you tackle your fridge, think about tossing out more than the science experiments lurking on a back shelf. Our dietitians recommend pitching three foods that do nothing for your health.