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Don’t desert your high-fiber choices, because they have proven — and needed — health benefits.
Instead of reaching for a beer or lemonade, quench your thirst without the added empty calories.
Sunnier, warmer days can give us the boost we need to exercise and eat more healthfully.
A recent study concluded eating eggs increases our risk for heart disease — don’t take it to heart.
A panel of experts has deemed the Mediterranean diet the heathiest way to eat. Way better than keto.
The Confucian-inspired adage is a reminder to stop eating when your stomach is 80 percent full.
Follow these simple and smart techniques to help you keep the pounds off this season.
Look for the hallmark colors: bright red, yellow and orange foods, along with dark, leafy greens.
Despite claims by a currently popular diet book author, there’s no cause for alarm.
Do you hear that nightly question at your house? Don’t have the answer? Don’t worry.
Research suggests that the recommended level of the nutrient is too low for optimal health.
With exercise, better sleep and weight loss, you can bring your blood sugar level back to normal.
Here’s what some of the more common USDA-approved labels on beef in the grocery store mean.
Get rid of the old stuff and add some new healthful foods to your larder.
This recipe for the mighty mushroom blended burger puts more plants on your dinner plate.
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It’s time to celebrate; just keep healthy habits as part of the mix.
The beverage’s live bacteria are similar to those in yogurt and other probiotic dairy products.
Chemical is often found in plastic containers and canned foods like fruit, pasta and fish.