How to Create Joy & Find Happiness for Better Health
A healthy life isn't just about vital signs—your mind, and mood, play a powerful role in achieving your goals.
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.
A healthy life isn't just about vital signs—your mind, and mood, play a powerful role in achieving your goals.
High blood sugar and insulin resistance are linked with inflammation, heart disease, kidney disease and diabetes. Protect yourself with these 13 blood sugar–balancing foods.
Your gut is your single biggest ally to a happy, healthy body. So why is it often overlooked? Read on to discover its powerful potential, and how to start treating it right.
Turns out, there really is a science behind what a dish is called—and whether it means you're more likely to eat it.
The future of sustainable farming goes way beyond organic. It's about planting to rebuild the soil itself, increasing biodiversity and getting "good bugs" back into our bellies.
According to a new study, that daily cup of tea may have more benefits than lifting your spirits.
From getting more Zs to savvy supplementing, we've unearthed the top nutrients for even-keel blood sugar to help reduce your risk of inflammation, a precursor to many health conditions.
These four weight loss supplements can be powerful allies in supporting your thyroid, gut and stress levels, ultimately helping you slim down.
Can certain foods really help you detox safely, banish bloat and shed fat? Plenty of research says yes! Get slim in time for summer with these powerful foods that have a big impact on your health and on your weight-loss goals.
Pick up our special summer issue featuring 80 garden-fresh recipes and hundreds of ways to use seasonal produce. Available in stores now!
Matcha, made from ground green tea leaves, is significantly more potent than regular steeped green tea. So, should you be drinking it everyday?
Balanced hormones equal a balanced mood and healthier body. Follow these five recommendations for a sunnier outlook and radiant health.
Adding more plants to your plate is a cinch with these fresh ideas that will create a powerful impact on both the planet and your health.
New research suggests that microgreens could play a significant role in fighting heart disease and high cholesterol.
Sneezing. Itching. Watery eyes. It’s not a commercial — it’s reality for more than 17 million adults and nearly 7 million kids hit by hay fever every spring, according to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America (AAFA). These commonly used supplements that have been found to be effective in easing symptoms of seasonal allergies.
Revitalize your meals with these 7 new clean eating cookbooks that offer bold ingredient twists.
The Paleo guru gets serious about probiotics in his latest cookbook
We want you to eat more bacteria. Find out how probiotics and prebiotics support a healthy gut and help you lose weight.
Ditch the standard pita and serve falafels as part of a colorful falafel salad bowl.
Findings show that dairy proteins in cheese may contain antioxidant properties that can protect your heart.
Does your body really benefit from all that coffee? The short answer is yes. We looked into just a few of the latest studies to brew up some good news.
Clean Eating's dietitians have the answers
Battling fuzzy thinking? Boost cognitive powers, enhance memory and protect against neurodegenerative diseases with these powerful brain-protecting foods.
Dive in to the incredibly tasty world of fermenting at home with these easy recipes brimming with gut-friendly bacteria. Before getting started, here are 4 key things about fermenting that you'll want to know.
Are you putting off introducing certain foods in your baby’s diet for fear of triggering an allergic reaction?
You know that diet and exercise are the way to keep weight in check, but your workout may be the real game changer when it comes to shedding extra fat.
Learn how to listen to your body’s unique wisdom and free yourself from restriction and portion control.
Do a lot of baking over the holiday season? Then, peruse our comprehensive guide to apple varieties and discover which ones are the best for your stuffing, bread, pie or even chopped salad.
With an estimated 10 million Americans suffering from seasonal affective disorder SAD, and with many feeling stressed by the demands of winter, we take a look at the nutrients and therapies that may help keep your happy face on through spring.
What do our dietitians think about sports drinks and vitamin waters? Not much.
While weight loss isn't every clean eater’s goal, for some it’s paramount. Whether you’re looking to achieve your best possible health or lose weight as part of your journey to improved health, a clean diet can be customized to suit all your wellness goals. Here, Clean Eating dietitians Erin Macdonald and Tiffani Bachus discuss clean eating recipes for weight loss.
Does it matter what you order when you're out to eat with your professional team? It might.
It provides food for the good bacteria in the gut, which metabolize it into butyric acid, the main fuel source for colon cells.
New research shows that artificial sweeteners can trigger hunger and result in you eating more calories.
Temperatures are dropping, yet somehow, the urge to seek solace sometimes leads to an even colder place: the frozen-food aisle, where convenient comfort foods from frozen pizza to refined bread seem like easy items to pop in the oven.
Make your own fermented drinks with these recipes from the experts.
You've probably heard of probiotics, but what about prebiotics? These non-digestible foods work together with probiotics to maintain gut health and we're sharing 5 foods that will help you get a prebiotic boost.
Are you in a clean eating rut? Find out in 1 minute (and how to fix it!)
A doctor and a nutritionist give you their best advice on maintaining a healthy microbiome, based on the latest research and their expert dietary recommendations.
If you haven’t heard of the self-described “Fermentation Revivalist” Sandor Katz, it’s time you did. As a well-known author and expert on the subject, his books have been referred to as fermenting bibles. Clean Eating’s Kathrin Brunner chatted with him to get his advice on leaping into the world of fermentation.
Brighten up your dinner plate and improve your health while you’re at it with heirloom cranberry beans.
You don’t have to go full vegetarian to reap the benefits of a plant-based diet.
Collagen supplements will help you have healthy skin and joints even into old age.
Eating more fiber can boost your chances of living to a ripe old age disease-free.
Could copper be the key to weight loss?
Being thin but physically unfit is worse than being a little heavy and fit.
The art of slowly savoring every bite of every meal is a key aspect of clean eating. Research shows that eating this way has countless mind-body benefits.
Ancient grains are gaining popularity thanks to their high protein content and antioxidant benefits. But, with so many out there, information can be a bit "grainy." Here are twelve you should get to know!
Fresh raw fish is cured in citrus juice and combined with flavorful fruits, veggies and herbs for a most spectacular summer seafood dish.
Don't pass up that handful of nuts for fear of too much fat. Research shows that consuming nuts may not only lead to a lower BMI but it may also extend your life.
Next time you're at the store be sure to grab a pint of strawberries. Research suggests that these bright berries may have serious benefits for heart health.
It’s summertime and the living is easy, as is our access to fresh seafood. But sometimes, you just want to let the fish swim in the sea, or you’re so busy having fun, you forget your fish oil supplements. Here are some new ways to take in your all-important heart- and brain-strengthening omega 3s.
What do peppermint and rosemary have in common? Both of these herbs help improve memory and alertness, according to studies conducted at Northumbria University in England.
A new ingredient is transforming vegan cooking: aquafaba.
Curcumin, the bioactive compound found in turmeric, has demonstrated both anti-inflammatory and neurologic effects in studies, which may help treat PMS.
Modifying your diet may help reduce the frequency and severity of these painful, often debilitating migraines.
Curious about adaptogens? Find out how to safely implement them into your clean-eating routine – they can help manage stress, fight fatigue and improve mental performance, among other health-boosting benefits.
A new study suggests that whole-weekend binge eating may be just as bad for your gut microbiome as a regular diet of junk food.
Swimsuit season is here once again, and this year’s your chance to focus not just on your hourglass figure, but also on how your figure actually feels once you dive into the pool or start splashing in the waves. These natural sources reduce belly bloat and give you a boost of energy for all-around wellness, no matter your body shape.
Learn about the benefits of eating seaweed and how to incorporate it into your diet besides sushi.
A diet rich in fish oil helps convert fat-storage cells to fat-burning cells, which could help prevent middle-age weight gain.
Eating according to your body’s circadian clock may help fight obesity.
Maple syrup might be more than just a sweet treat for your taste buds. Learn why your breakfast topping might be a new superfood.
Shawn Stevenson's book, Sleep Smarter, reveals the connection between sleep and the ability to lose weight. Learn how improving your sleep quality can help you reach your diet and exercise goals.
Try a new berry on for size this summer with this nutritious strawberrylike fruit that tastes like pineapple.
The earlier in life you start munching on fruit and veggies the better, especially when it comes to reducing your risk of breast cancer.
You may already know that whole grains such as barley can lower your risk of heart disease and stroke, but now there’s proof that this super grain is great for managing blood sugar and appetite as well.
In nutritional circles, protein is the hot potato of the day. Everyone’s tossing it around, telling us we need extra protein to build strength and stave off hunger. But how much of the stuff do you really need? And where are the best and worst places to find protein? These steps should get you headed in the right direction.
Give kitchen "waste" new life by following a few simple steps. Not only will you save time, money, and trips to the garbage bin, you'll also enhance the flavor and nutrition of your dishes!
The key to staying healthy over the long term could be as easy as visualizing yourself as a healthy person.
High-fat, low-carb diets are back in the nutritional spotlight. Three new reads by top doctors bring this path to weight loss to the forefront.
No more yo-yo dieting – sensible, easy-to-follow weight-loss advice is here. In a preview of our Clean Eating Academy online course, A Whole-Life Guide to Lasting Weight Loss, dietitians Erin Macdonald and Tiffani Bachus give us their recommendations for losing those extra pounds and keeping them off.
Try adding a loquat into your next fruit salad or make into a pie for a tarter taste compared to other fruits.
In his third film, Joe Cross focuses on nutrition education, searching for accessible ways for kids to learn about health foods and transform their diets.
As land becomes more scarce and oceans depleted, insects may be one of the most sustainable ways of meeting the future’s nutrition challenges.
We’ve all had gut feelings, but what happens when those good gut feelings go bad, leaving you gassy instead of sassy, low instead of “let’s go!” and sick instead of slick?
If your gut instinct is to reach for a second helping after you clean your plate, you may want to wait a bit and see if that instinct changes.
Juicing is hot. But is it healthy? Our dietitians discuss the benefits of fiber- and protein-rich smoothies versus sugary juices.
New research published in the Journal of Natural Products has shown that drinking three to four cups of regular or decaffeinated coffee a day can help prevent type 2 diabetes.
Give your body and brain a lift with these deliciously nutritious, Clean Eating–approved foods.