The Calcium Conundrum: Should You Be Taking Supplements?
Should you be taking calcium supplements — and how much?
Whether you’re new to eating clean or consider yourself a clean eating pro, it’s important to stay informed and up to date on important food and health news. We cover everything you need to know when following a clean eating diet and provide the latest in weight loss, health and wellness tips.
Should you be taking calcium supplements — and how much?
Our expert-devised plan combines food, sleep and movement to achieve soaring energy that lasts all day.
In addition to your food, sleep and exercise plans, these supplements can be a boon to your energy levels.
Nothing will deplete your energy faster than these foods.
Supercharge your energy from morning till night by focusing on these food categories.
'Tis a new year of wellness and the season to change, refresh and clean up your whole life! The new year can also be a magical time to be inspired by other unique and healthy cultures.
Once you’ve chosen your knife, make sure you’re using it right with our guide.
Go beyond spinach and get creative with this nutrient-packed leafy green.
If you’re an egg lover, you have probably been feeling sticker shock as of late.
The subject of GMO foods is one I stayed away from for a long time. Quite honestly, I thought the whole hysteria about GMO was a bit of a tempest in a teapot. After all, I reasoned, we’ve been playing around with mixing genes for a long time — that’s why we have hybrid plants and 184 different breeds of dogs in the American Kennel Club. What’s the big deal? If you can genetically modify some types of rice so that they have more protein, why would that be a bad thing?
We asked our bloggers, columnists, experts and even our staff to contribute their favorite culinary and nutrition tips to help you eat clean. Find inspiration for every day to keep you on track!
As a cover model, nutritional therapy practitioner and creator of the Eat-Clean Diet® series, Tosca Reno knows a thing or two about tightening and toning her midriff. Here, she shares her top secrets.
There’s a lot more to calories than most of us think. Here’s what I’ve learned about them over the years and how I’ve made my mind up about them.
On the cusp of winter, just-harvested vegetables in the kitchen may seem like a dream. However, the shift in temperature doesn’t mean you must bid farewell to all that is edible and green.
Turbocharge your body’s natural ability to fight off the common cold, flu and other bugs – and spend pennies instead of hard-earned dollars!
If you're looking to drop a few dress sizes or beware of heart disease, research indicates that focusing on one over the other will give you faster results.
The right ratio of macronutrients could be all that’s standing between you and your best body yet! Here are some of my secrets for a leaner you.
We’ve got 7 ways to help you stay within your budget when purchasing vitamins, minerals and other supplements to complement your method of eating clean.
Should I be drinking alkaline water?
Pecan and butter, whiskey-spiked, soft and creamy, nutty, earthy and even floral. These grass-fed cheeses are seriously impressive.
What is the difference between food allergies, Intolerances and sensitivities?
Eating clean foods rich in amino acids – like lean red meats and plant-based protein – could be even more beneficial for your heart than researchers first recognized.
Love it hot? Eating clean spicy foods one or two days a week might reduce your risk of death from cancer, heart and respiratory system diseases.
Overwhelmed by the proliferation of news about probiotics? Here's what you need to know about them, and how you can take advantage of probiotics (and prebiotics) to improve digestion, fend off disease, and maximize nutrient absorption.
An increasing number of studies show that what you consume has a profound impact on not only your body but also your brain. Here are the best foods and supplements for eternal happiness, and some other positive side effects, too.
Inadequate sleep is linked to reduced immunity, increased insulin resistance, poor digestion, hormonal imbalance, increased inflammation and weight gain. These six tips can help you get the rest you need to stay healthy and happy.
Cancer doesn't have to be inevitable – an astounding one-third of the most common cancers can be prevented through diet and lifestyle. Our comprehensive advice from leading experts can help you maximize your health and reduce your risk.
Learn which foods are best to avoid and what foods to incorporate into your diet to help prevent cancer.
Ditch the fad diets that offer false promises of turning back the clock. The life-extending powers of the Mediterranean diet have withstood the test of time – with one of the world's highest percentages of centenarians to prove it.
Kick refined grains to the curb. The Mediterranean diet focuses on whole varieties only, reducing your risk of stroke, diabetes, heart disease and weight gain, numerous studies show.
Take it from the Harvard Medical School: Beans and legumes can help control blood sugar, improve weight control and lower blood pressure. The Mediterranean region has long relied on beans and legumes for adding protein and fiber to soups and stews.
Fresh produce is packed with nutrients that nurture your heart while staving off stroke, cancer and the weight gain that can come from energy-dense foods, reports the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Step away from the pantry and open your fridge instead (and get familiar with your local farmers’ market):
Rich in omega-3 fatty acids, vitamin D, selenium and protein, but low in total fat, fish and seafood are a staple of healthy, clean eating around the world.
Oils, nuts, seeds and other healthy fats, known for their powerful anti-inflammatory properties, get a prominent place in the Mediterranean diet.
Harness the power of plant-based foods to improve your health and benefit the environment.
America’s premier naturopathic doctor, Michael Murray, ND, shares his top 5 nutritional aids for thriving good health and disease prevention.
Having that vitamin c-packed orange at breakfast might help you slash your heart disease.
Diversifying your diet might help you live longer and avoid serious health conditions. Here are the foods you should be mixing into your meals.
CE's veteran supplement sleuth Sarah Tuff Dunn explores the promised health benefits of algae.
Use your Sunday yield to dream up snack and meal ideas that will last you the entire week. Find our list of favorite quick and easy meals.
These proven nutrients will keep you seeing clear for years.
I’ve heard about a new technique for cooking rice where your body absorbs fewer calories from the rice. Fact or fiction?
If you’ve ever stared gaping at the open fridge as the clock clicks 10 pm, there’s a solid reason why.
Why does the nutritional label on plain Greek yogurt state there is sugar even when sugar isn’t listed in the ingredient list?
You may want to think twice before bingeing on fatty foods.
Stay cool in the heat with these nutrient-packed bevvies.
From beef jerky to dairy alternatives, all of these scrumptious foods and snacks are 100% clean.
Get the rest of your body beach-ready with these moisturizing and sun-protecting products.
Will cooking create nutrient-rich vegetables?
Is the over-consumption of Vitamin D actually dangerous?
The doctor sheds some light on the latest calcium research.
Eating clean is about consuming food in its most natural, unprocessed state. Find out what types of foods are clean choices in this handy clean food list you can print out and take with you to the grocery store.
Learn how to limit your intake of carbohydrates.
Eating clean has benefits beyond weight loss. Eating the right foods is linked to a wide range of health benefits from more energy to improved mood. No matter your goals, eating clean can revolutionize your life. Here's how.
Our resident nutrition expert has the answers to your questions and concerns about flaxseed and fish oils.
These 6 nutrients reduce wrinkles, clear acne, and lower skin cancer risk.
Lacto-fermentation is an ancient form of food preservation that also enhances the health benefits of food. Here's how to make your own delicious, tangy lacto-fermented roots at home.
Let good health bloom with these six plant extracts and oils.
Seems like everyone's going gluten free. Should you?
This Chinese dough-rolling technique creates layers similar to puff pastry, so the end result is a dough that's light and airy.
Sometimes stress is unavoidable, but the long-term effects can cause over-eating and poor heart health. Here are six ways to reduce the stress in your life.
Fire up brainpower with science-proven foods and nutritional aids shown to support a clear and focused head.
Ever wondered what makes your produce "organic?" Our resident farmer, Mary Milsap Brower of Bluestem Farm, explains all.
We recommend drinking at least 2 liters of water a day as a part of eating clean. Here are some tips on testing you tap water and choosing the right water purification method for your home.
Understand the detoxification process with naturopathic doctor Rachel Corradetti.
Until recently, fat was considered the root of all dietary evil. It’s been blamed — and in some quarters, continues to be blamed — for obesity, heart disease, diabetes and even cancer. But fat has quietly been making a comeback.
The best tips and tricks to keeping a clean, orderly kitchen throughout the year by organization experts.
Watch out for these foes of eating clean.
The best tips and research on immunity boosters and how it can help you stay healthy and happy this winter.
Clean Eating editors predict what will be hot in the food scene this year with exclusive insight from the NEXT Natural Products Industry Forecast and the Sterling Rice Group.
Chef David Barry shares his expert guidelines for organizing your fridge to incorporate functionality and food safety
Discover the top 20 science-backed superfoods of the year, why they’re so good for you, the many ways to use them and a delicious, healing recipe for each.
Kombucha is a fermented, naturally effervescent tea beverage that is exploding in popularity. Rich in probiotics, kombucha boasts many health benefits along with a hefty price tag of $3 - $6 a bottle. Here's how to brew your own.
What's for dinner tonight? We've got you covered. Our special issue, Dinner in 30, is on newsstands now!
The sassy, spicy superfood has numerous health benefits and gives your cooking a kick!
It's long been believed that low-fat dairy is the choice for healthy lifestyles, but recent research is proposing the opposite to be true.
To grill or not to grill? That’s the burning question on a lot of clean eaters' minds this summer. Never one to ruin a party, Chef Jo’s armed with tips and tricks so you can grill on safely this summer.
Put those last few bits of tasty cheddar cheese to work in these quick and easy comfort dishes.
An age-old Indian tradition - ghee, or clarified butter - is slowly finding its way into the modern North American kitchen, and it promises a rich depth of flavor in stir-frys, meats and veggies. Follow our step-by-step guide to make your own ghee at home!
Sneak last night's baked potatoes into today's sweet and savory snacks with our three mouthwatering money-saving recipes!