Susan Kleiner, PhD, RD, is an international columnist and a speaker on the subjects of nutrition, sports and fitness.
Learn how to limit your intake of carbohydrates.
Can sparkling water really be part of your daily water intake?
Why should I eat sprouts?
By the end of the week, my fresh vegetables are wilting in my refrigerator drawer. Are they still more nutritious than frozen?
What is the difference between low-fat plain yogurt and nonfat Greek-style yogurt?
Does it make any difference if I eat whole flaxseeds or use a flaxseed oil supplement?
Everyone says to drink more water, but what counts as water and how much should I drink?
If I can only eat three pieces of fruit a day, which ones are best?
What does "fair trade" mean, especially when it comes to food?
I've seen labels for organic fish. Is this a true certification and can fish be organic?
Which is better for you, coffee or tea?
To reduce the fat in chicken, do you have to cook it without the skin or can I leave the skin on?
I've been reading that soy isn't such a great health food after all. Is that true?