Negative relationships with food and eating patterns can be challenging to change. But with this advice from dietitians, you can start to see food in a new light.
Can't live without a little sweetness in your coffee or tea? Here's how to break your sugar habit and cut back on all the sweeteners you're using.
Check your daily diet – if you aren’t getting enough of one all-important nutrient, you might be negatively influencing how your brain ages.
Researchers estimate that these simple changes could increase your life expectancy by up to 10 years.
A sprinkle of cheese, a cup of yogurt or a glass of milk could help you achieve better gut health, research suggests.
The next time you’re craving takeout, put these tips into practice to keep dinner healthier, nutrient-rich and still oh-so-satisfying.
If you aren’t getting enough of these six vitamins and minerals, then you’re letting your diet sap your stamina.
An unhappy, unhealthy gut can cause fatigue. Look for these key signs to determine if your exhaustion is coming from your gut – and we’re sharing tips that can help.
If you’re looking to find healthy and tasty alternatives to meat, here’s why the often overlooked meaty plant protein known as tempeh could help you eat better than ever.
What is “normal” when it comes to your bowel movements? Gastroenterologists break down common habits and explain what each means.
Love the convenience of a cute, trendy cocktail but aren’t quite sure how many drinks you’ve actually had after finishing one? Try this handy tool to help track your alcohol consumption.
No matter how you ski, you need these nutrient-rich foods to stay energized, strong and satiated.
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.
The keto diet is being considered more seriously as part of a treatment plan for people with type 2 diabetes. But before you go all-in on keto, here’s what you need to consider.
The super-popular food elimination program wasn't built for vegans and vegetarians. That's changing with the new Plant-Based Whole30.
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).
Adding red, orange and green plants to foods you’re already eating is a great way to get your recommended servings each day.
If your sweet tooth prefers dark chocolate over all other varieties, your genes just might be responsible for your tastes.
New research suggests you could be unintentionally increasing your odds of cardiovascular disease if you’re coming up short on vitamin D.
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.
If you’ve said goodbye to gluten, you’ll need to be more mindful about rounding out your nutritional profile.
Goodbye, foggy-headed mornings and sleepy afternoons. With these effective energy supplements, you’ll get all the energy you need to get through the day.
Are you giving your brain everything it needs? Make sure you’re getting these key mood-boosting chemicals – and find out how to make the most of them.
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.
Instead of following strict restrictions and cutting out specific foods, the latest guidance on heart-healthy eating suggests building better long-term habits.
Avocado Fans, Get Excited: Research Says Your Fave Fruit Could Help You Eat Healthier and Lose Weight
After you read this, you’re never going to want to give up your daily avocado toast.
Adding fungi into your meals just might hold the potential to help you feel great.
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.
Undergoing chemotherapy can be an emotional and physical challenge. While the treatment is effective, it comes with side effects that can alter the way you eat. Here’s help for navigating meals for people and caregivers experiencing chemotherapy.
Tired of dealing with recurring infections and the painful symptoms they bring on? Something as simple as changing up your daily routine might prevent future UTIs.
Everyone feels tired from time to time. And others feel fatigued nearly all the time. Here’s help for distinguishing general tiredness from chronic fatigue syndrome.
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.
Curious about what you can expect to see in the new year when it comes to food and nutrition? We’ve got a peek at what registered dietitian nutritionists are seeing on their radars, and the next new trends may just surprise you.
Get high blood pressure in check with these highly nutritious foods that are great for your heart health.
Sure, protein will fill you up. But there's another reason to highlight this key nutrient. Changes to your gut's bacterial make-up could be yet another reason to celebrate high-protein diets.
From the keto and Paleo diets to powders and more, protein is everywhere these days. But can upping your intake of this macronutrient have an unexpected impact on the health of your kidneys?
If you're sorting through all the food advice that follows a diagnosis of hypertension, make sure you don't buy into these popular myths.
Good news, yogurt lovers: a daily dairy habit may not stoke the flame.
"Carb" may seem like a four-letter word for people with diabetes. But not all carbs are bad. Many carbs are beneficial and needed when managing diabetes.
These handpicked titles offer new ways to reinvigorate your cooking routine, from paleo to pescatarian, vegetarian to vegan.
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.
Get Those Chestnuts Roasting On the Open Fire! Why This Nut is a Nutrient-Packed Addition to Your Holiday Menu
Chestnuts aren't just part of popular Christmas songs; they’re a nutrient powerhouse that adds flavor, filling fiber and more to your meals this season. Find out why you should add this nut to your cart.
Are you going to bed at the wrong time? When you head to bed matters, and sleeping too early or too late could increase your risk for poor heart health.
Run faster, lift more, jump higher—no matter your movement of choice, reducing chronic inflammation can have a tremendous impact on your athletic ability.
Curious about the difference between celiac disease and gluten sensitivity? We're covering everything you need to know on who should be avoiding gluten, where it hides and when to get tested.
Where is the line between healthy eating and orthorexia? We consulted with a psychologist to help us understand when healthy eating is considered self-care and when it veers into a potential eating disorder.
With a few simple tips and tricks, you'll make morning meals that are worth getting out of bed for.
Managing your daily life is hard enough throughout the year, but the holidays can have you extra-stressed. Don’t let burnout get the best of you – find out how mental health experts advise navigating the holiday season to keep your mental (and physical) health well.
The holidays bring an influx of high sugar, refined carb treats and alcohol, but this is your reminder that you can still enjoy your favorite holiday goodies while keeping your health a priority and inflammation under control.
Don’t toss that egg yolk! It's full of choline, a critically important nutrient you're likely missing in your everyday diet.
Inflammation wreaks havoc on the body, and now research suggests it just might be what’s causing you to toss and turn instead of drifting off to sound sleep.
Their popularity just keeps growing. And now, a daily avocado habit could bring on better digestive health, along with other important wellness perks.
Whether you have a table full of vegans and vegetarians, flexitarians or carnivores, Justin Cucci, Executive Chef of Vital Root restaurant in Denver, Colorado, and author of "The Edible Beat” cookbook, offers these easy tips and satiating alternatives for a happy and healthy holiday.