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Fiber is a must-have for your all-around health and wellness, but eating certain kinds of fiber might help fight inflammation and improve your heart health.
The methods by which you lower your cholesterol might play a bigger role in your risk for cardiovascular concerns than we previously thought.
What is “normal” when it comes to your bowel movements? Gastroenterologists break down common habits and explain what each means.
The all-powerful avocado is tasty, but research suggests it’s also a great food to eat if you’re working to lower your cholesterol levels.
Timing Your Meals Just Right May Be the Key to Better Blood Glucose Control and a Lower Risk for Diabetes
When you eat matters more than you might think, especially if you’re trying to prevent type 2 diabetes or maintain a healthy weight.
You already know that what you eat contributes to your risk for nonalcoholic fatty liver disease. But now, research suggests that some of that risk might be completely out of your control.
There’s a lot to love about the Mediterranean diet – but the green Med approach just might be the best for your long-term brain health.
We now know what we eat plays a major role in lowering the worst kind of inflammation. And the best anti-inflammatory diet is hands-down one of the overall healthiest – and most delicious.
Here’s another reason to give the Mediterranean diet a try: It can lead to better blood pressure control (and a longer life).
Common, everyday eats and drinks may be fanning the flames of inflammation, escalating damage and generally wrecking your liver. Here’s how to make liver-friendly changes for better health.
Astaxanthin is poised to become the next big thing – but what, exactly, is it? We’re breaking down this soon-to-be-everywhere nutrient so you know if it’s worth paying attention to.