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.
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Beverages available at chain restaurants have increased by 150% in recent years, according to a new study — and many of them are high in calories and sugar.
Whether sugar or fat should be included in a heart-healthy diet depends on which fats and sugars you choose. Here’s what you need to know about both.
Breakfast shouldn’t be limited to one group of foods, and Dr. Roxanne Sukol is here to explain how to switch up the most important meal of the day.
A new study shows a high-sugar diet during pregnancy can negatively affect a child’s brain function. Pediatric dietitian Jennifer Hyland, RD, explains the findings.
Think your toddler isn’t getting much added sugar? You could be wrong. Dietitian Jennifer Hyland, RD, explains the results of a new study ― and exactly where that sugar’s lurking.
Are flavored yogurts a good option for breakfast? Find the answers to questions that pique your curiosity in our series, The Short Answer. Wellness dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD, answer this one.