New research suggests you could be unintentionally increasing your odds of cardiovascular disease if you’re coming up short on vitamin D.
Check your daily diet – if you aren’t getting enough of one all-important nutrient, you might be negatively influencing how your brain ages.
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With a mix of calcium, good bacteria and even protein, a spoonful of this dairy-based food just might help you combat hypertension.
You already know olive oil is fantastic for your health. Now, there’s even more evidence to support its heart, brain and whole-body benefits.
Instead of following strict restrictions and cutting out specific foods, the latest guidance on heart-healthy eating suggests building better long-term habits.
Improved heart health, reduced inflammation, easier aging and now, a healthier brain – the Mediterranean diet offers an abundance of benefits, including the potential to keep you smart, snappy and cognitively centered at any age.
You know there’s a connection between food and inflammation – but now, researchers are finding out that food, inflammation and cognitive conditions might all be linked. And the more inflammatory your diet is, the more you may be at risk for ailments like dementia.
Run faster, lift more, jump higher—no matter your movement of choice, reducing chronic inflammation can have a tremendous impact on your athletic ability.
A gluten-free diet may be necessary (or not) to heal from your autoimmune condition.
If you suffer from an autoimmune disorder, consider trying this combination of the Paleo diet and an elimination diet to help heal your condition, reduce inflammation and gradually personalize your diet for optimal health over the long term.
Here are 6 common inflammatory foods firing flames in your body that you probably aren't aware of. Not to worry, we have the fixes.
Being lean doesn’t mean you can’t get nonalcoholic fatty liver disease, but it might mean you’ll live longer. Here’s why.
Learn more about the recommendations for eating fat and drinking alcohol if you have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Your liver is extremely important to health, metabolism and the ability to lose weight, burn fat and detoxify the body. Here's how to keep it healthy.
Food can play a key role in lowering high blood pressure, and it has the potential to make a dramatic difference. Discover just how critical your diet can be in lowering hypertension and fighting the complications that come along with it.
Fruits are commonly recommended as part of a healthy diet, but what if you have nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD)? A Dietitian Explains.
Our dietitians reveal why both keto and Mediterranean diets can help boost brain function, memory and focus. Plus, they reveal their top 10 foods to keep in your kitchen for a sharper mind.
Try our dietitian-designed eating plan for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Focus on these foods and actions to reverse nonalcoholic fatty liver disease today.
If you live in an area with abundant sunshine, you are probably getting all the vitamin D you need, but if you live in an area without adequate sunlight, getting vitamin D from foods or supplements is absolutely essential. Here's what to consider when buying a Vitamin D supplement.
Long considered a nutritional underdog, mushrooms are finally getting the attention they deserve in the wellness world. With wide-ranging benefits like stress management, energy support and cognitive and gut health, these functional fungi are worth getting to know.