Is breakfast really “the most important meal of the day”? A dietitian weighs in and offers five easy breakfast ideas.
You’ve got high cholesterol, now what? Changing your eating habits can help manage your condition without medication. A dietitian weighs in on whether the TLC, keto or Mediterranean diet is effective.
Not just a holiday staple, cranberries can be enjoyed year-round thanks to their many healthy benefits. But beware the added sugar. Learn more about cranberries here.
It’s the food fight to end all food fights! Our experts offer healthy eating tips while also picking seven winners in seven food fights.
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If you’re looking for a healthy boost, resveratrol, found in grape skins and prominent in red wine, may provide positive protective benefits.
Not your typical-tasting fungi, chaga mushrooms boast a bitter, but vanilla flavor, and may help reduce inflammation, and lower blood sugar and cholesterol.
Huntington’s disease can create challenges for maintaining proper nutrition. An expert outlines the best foods, best practices and best tools for staying healthy.
This flavor enhancer is added to processed foods, Asian cuisine and some fast food meals to improve taste. But MSG isn’t the villainous ingredient it was once thought to be. A registered dietician explains.
If you’re trying to lower your cholesterol, here’s why you might want to take up non-starchy vegetables, avocados, beans and more.
Potato, potahto. Sweet, white. Does it matter when it comes to your health? Learn which is the better pick.