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With sugar hidden in so many foods, a pediatric dietitian explains five ways to avoid too much sugar in your child’s diet and how much added sugar is safe.
The bad news is, the more sugar we consume, the more we want, says Mark Hyman, MD. However, the good news is that people can break the sugar addiction. Here’s how.
Artificial sweeteners give foods a sweet taste with no sugar and little to no calories. But are they safe and appropriate for kids to consume? A dietitian weighs in.
Holiday heart syndrome is when overeating (and overindulging in alcohol) leads to an irregular heartbeat. Here’s how to avoid it.
Drinking soda doesn’t just cause negative effects on your waist line. According to a new study, it can even cause early death.
Even when you think you’re eating healthy, you may want to think again… There are some foods pretending to be healthier than they really are. Or they may be healthy in themselves, but only if you don’t overdo them. These seven foods could be undermining your attempts to lose weight and eat healthy.