Peanut butter, almond butter, sunflower seed butter, soy nut butter, walnut butter. You definitely have more choices for nut butters these days. Our dietitian weighs in on how to pick your spread.
Things can get tricky when you’re trying to get healthy but your partner isn’t — especially if you share a home and a kitchen. Here’s how you can stay on track while keeping your relationship free of food fights.
When you have IBS, what you eat (and don’t) can make a huge difference in how you feel. Following a low-FODMAP diet may help.
Drinking soda doesn’t just cause negative effects on your waist line. According to a new study, it can even cause early death.
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Protein is an important part of your diet and can even reduce your risk for heart disease and stroke. But not all protein is created equal. Our registered dietitian gives her top picks for healthy high-protein foods that are low in fat, salt and sugar.
If you binge eat at night, powerful hunger hormones are to blame. Our expert explains how to tame these four hormones (and your night binges).
Protein is part of a healthy diet, but finding fast sources of healthy protein can be challenging. Our registered dietitian offers seven higher-protein snacks to help propel you through your day — all under 175 calories.
Why does it sometimes feel like your appetite changes more than the weather? A dietitian discusses what causes appetite changes and how to even it out.
When is picky eating something more serious? If it’s extreme, it may be ARFID. This eating disorder requires a picky eating intervention.
Training for a marathon? Here’s what to eat before, during and after.