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Preparing or batch-cooking meals, snacks or ingredients ahead of time, can make healthy eating easier during your busier days. A dietitian explains steps to help you get started with meal prep.
A modern Western diet can upset the balance of your gut bacteria, but eating fermented foods like sauerkraut, pickles and kimchi can help keep the balance.
Pistachios can pack a powerful punch for health. That’s because these little green gems are a great source of nutrition, and are brimming with vitamins and nutrients.
If you experience any type of digestive trouble, you know how much your diet can affect how you feel. Pay attention to these 5 food types to avoid.
More isn’t always better, especially when it comes to vitamins. Here are 5 you might be getting too much of.
Small habits add up. Like starting your day with lemon water. Here are 7 reasons it can benefit your health.