For decades, saturated fat and cholesterol took the blame in our diets for heart disease. But reports that the sugar industry funded much of that research has put sugar in the spotlight. Discover the connection between sugar and heart disease.
Discover the truth about questions that pique your curiosity in our series, “The Short Answer.” Wellness dietitian Kristin Kirkpatrick, RD, LD, fields this question.
Honey? Nope. Maltose? Nope. If you’re avoiding added sugars, we’ve compiled all of the ingredients that don’t belong in foods on your grocery list.
Overeating, drinking too much and stressing out is easy at the holidays. But it’s hard when you’re trying to manage your diabetes. These tips will help you keep your blood sugar stable during all the festivities.
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Sugar alcohol is increasingly popular in “diabetes-friendly” foods in the grocery store, but what is it — and is it good for you? Here’s what you need to know.
How do you like to get your sweet on — with a little honey in your tea? Or do you crave rich desserts? We’ve polled our dietitians to learn which sweeteners are best, which are worst, and why.
Parents often confuse lactose intolerance with milk allergy, and although the two have similar symptoms, they are very different conditions.
Discover why carbohydrates are the single most important thing you can eat for health and weight loss. Unlike bread and pasta,”slow carbs” keep you full without spiking your blood sugar or insulin.
For many of us parents, it’s fundraising time – that time of year when our youngsters are hawking everything from cookies to caramel corn to benefit their school, team or club. Here’s how to handle all the tempting foods that may be coming into your house.
Can your diet lead to erectile dysfunction or keep you from becoming a dad? A urologist answers FAQs about diet and ED or male infertility.