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On a vegetarian or vegan diet, you can get enough protein if you eat an adequate number of calories from a variety of whole foods. Here are some top plant protein sources to include.
The Atkins diet promotes a high-fat, low-carb plan to help people lose weight and improve their health. Before you try it, learn the pros and cons.
Whey protein is a popular ingredient in nutritional shakes and bars. Find out whether you should use this protein supplement and whether it’s worth the hype.
Diabetes educator Sue Cotey shares how she became vegan and the many benefits of this type of diet – from fighting chronic disease to preventing diabetes.
A urologist runs down how various digestive issues can sometimes result in the formation of unpleasant kidney stones.
Knowing what to eat, both before and after you exercise, can go a long way in helping you get the most out of your workouts. Find out what to eat, and why.