A new study found that people who ate red meat were more likely to develop chronic kidney disease.
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A large-scale study shows that pasta’s bad rep is undeserved. Eating reasonable amounts of pasta actually makes you healthier.
For many Americans, the problem isn’t that they want to eat unhealthy food. It’s that the healthiest foods are also the most expensive. Produce prices and health are inextricably linked.
A new paper, published in the journal Open Heart, argues that counting calories isn’t as important as looking at food’s nutritional value when it comes to heart health.
We all feel stressed sometimes, but if you suffer from anxiety it can make everything appear stressful. Learn some ways to fight anxiety with diet.
After learning about our broken food system, it’s often easier to make smarter food decisions, which can then connect to other areas and build a more sustainable lifestyle.
Antioxidants help slow down the signs of aging, which means better skin, hair, and nails without using beauty products! Check out this list of the best antioxidant foods, plus recipe ideas to get you cooking.
Putting a healthy meal together can be difficult on a busy weeknight. These quick, easy, healthy meals make even weeknight cooking a breeze.
Green foods can be the answer for super health! Green foods are power packed with nutrients—energizing, detoxifying, rebuilding and immune strengthening.
Sometimes you need structure in your eating approach. So U.S. News evaluated 35 well-known diets to identify the best diet in the bunch. Healthy new year!
Can eating an avocado a day lower your bad cholesterol? A new study in the Journal of the American Heart Association says “yes.” Click to learn more.
The food baby eats, just like adults, hinges on the economic divide and socioeconomic class. And these economic choices may impact their health and eating habits later in life. That’s the finding of a new study out of the University at Buffalo School of Medicine and Biomedical Sciences.
Can eating junk food actually make you lose your appetite for healthy foods? That’s the conclusion of a recent study out of Australia, reports the Daily Mail.