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A precision nutrition approach to weight loss didn't hold up in a study testing low fat versus low carb depending on dieters' DNA profiles.
A pediatric nutritionist responds to McDonald's plans to cut cheeseburgers and chocolate milk from its Happy Meals and introduce new calorie limits.
Breakfast is the most important meal of the day, as the saying goes.
Chef Allen Campbell breaks down the health benefits of a plant based diet.
This $64 Viral Raw Water Is Allegedly Just Tap Water from Oregon
Meghan Markle may have failed us on the s'mores front (remember when Harry claimed he's never tasted the camping staple?), but we're hoping she turns Pippa Middleton around.
She may be Duchess Kate's little sister, but Pippa Middleton gets her fair share of time in the spotlight. One reason? Her toned physique—we'll never forget the headlines after William and Kate's wedding when Pippa's infamous derrière was...Show More Summary
Brigitte Zeitlin, M.P.H., R.D., C.D.N., founder of the New York-based BZ Nutrition, tells SELF that it's one that's filled with the right balance of protein, complex carbs, fiber, and healthy fat. The protein is especially key, Zeitlin explains. Show More Summary
We should get most of the minerals we need from the whole foods we eat, but sometimes we just can’t consume enough, and if this happens for a prolonged period of time, it can lead to a deficiency. “A large amount of the population is...Show More Summary
Interestingly, older adults have different brain chemistry needs.
Megyn Kelly is an NBC host and a former Fox News anchor. In her 2016 autobiography, "Settle for More," Kelly says she doesn't exercise and focuses instead on maintaining a high-fiber diet. Specifically, she adheres to the "F-factor diet," designed by dietitian Tanya Zuckerbrot.
Kitchen pros say you can strike this popular dish from your Thanksgiving menu
We’re always on the hunt for ways to indulge ourselves in ways that won’t negatively affect our health and bodies. That’s why we connected with Australian Chef Danielle Shine, a natural foods chef with an amazing array of recipes and tips. Show More Summary
Your body processes calories from certain foods differently, depending on whether or not the food (and its ingredients) are nutrient-rich or nutrient-poor.
Use sunscreen, Tom!
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Thanksgiving is a time for family, vacation, and tradition. It’s also all about turkey, heaping portions of mom’s homemade stuffing, and impossible-to-resist pecan and pumpkin pies. Just as much as we look forward to the holiday, so too do we freak out about the excess calorie intake and what it will do to our bodies. Show More Summary
Yet when a news article talks about red meat being bad for you, you can bet the author (or the study behind the news) failed to distinguish between processed meat and unprocessed meat, as well as overcooked meat and properly cooked meat. Show More Summary
Speaking of light, researchers compared the effects of caffeine on circadian rhythms to that of bright light, which is already a well-established mechanism for extending the circadian phase. Participants in a double-blind study took either a 200-milligram tablet of caffeine or a placebo just five minutes after studying a compilation of photos.
If your body needs a reboot after too much holiday eating, try whipping up a green drink from nutritionist Shira Lenchewski. (Photo: Instagram.com/shelovesfood)