Sugar warning labels on drinks significantly reduce the odds that a teen will reach for that sodapop, according to new research.
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A new study found that people who ate red meat were more likely to develop chronic kidney disease.
We hear a lot about the benefits of eating seeds. But when it comes to the goodness of chia seeds vs. flax seeds, do you know the differences? I’m learning.
Some pomegranate health claims are accurate. Here’s the skinny on what the real health benefits of pomegranate are vs. the ones marketers overstate.
We keep hearing about positive cinnamon health benefits. This is good news, BUT… You should know a few things before you increase your intake.
Is obesity genetic? A new study looked at how genetics can predispose us not just to gain weight but to gain in ways that are most harmful to our health.
“This Girl Can,” a new campaign from the UK, celebrates women who are doing their thing no matter how they do it, how they look or how sweaty they get.
More good news on the benefits of whole grains in our diets… According to a large, long-term study: Eat more whole grains, live longer.
We knew that umami makes foods more satisfying, but new research shows that it could actually benefit our health as we age.
McDonald’s recently reassured investors during a conference call that it’s going to address its declining sales by boosting efforts to attract parents, teachers and school children despite national efforts to keep fast food away from children.
A new nutrition advice app does more than spit out calorie counts. You get to consult with a live nutritionist. And we have a code for you to try it FREE!
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If we treated food as medicine, could we curb many modern day diseases? A lot of research implies that we could.