A dietitian explains the debate around cheat days — and why she feels it’s a mistake to integrate them into your weight loss plan.
The symptoms of fructan intolerance mimic those of gluten intolerance. A registered dietitian explains how a low-FODMAP elimination diet can help.
Are the social media influencers who recommend drinking tart cherry juice and magnesium powder on to something? Will the viral sleepy girl mocktail actually lead to a better night’s rest? We asked a registered dietitian.
Rich with antioxidants, fiber, minerals and vitamins, learn what pears can do for your health.
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Ready for a nap after indulging in Thanksgiving dinner or another big meal? While you may blame the turkey (and tryptophan), there are other factors why you feel sluggish and sleepy after eating.
Juicing is a popular way to get your fruits and veggies. But are you missing out on important nutrients in the process? Find out if your juice is as healthy as you thought.
When it comes to dinner, should you be eating a late or early meal? The answer isn’t so clear-cut. A registered dietitian shares some guidance on the best time to eat your meals.
The main concept of gaining weight is that you have to eat more calories than the amount your body burns. But what exactly should you be snacking on? A dietitian takes a look at some of the foods that can help you pack on pounds.
Fiber? Check! Folate? Check! Vitamins A, C and K? Check, check, check! Learn more about why broccoli is a superfood that you’ll want on your plate.
If it’s fall, it’s pumpkin spice season. Learn about the health benefits of the spice mixture of cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg and cloves — plus the smart ways you should consume it.