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Study found people who ate more plant foods than animal products less likely to die from heart disease
It's hardly a surprise anymore to read that consuming a diet rich in fish and chicken, fruits and vegetables, nuts, whole grains, olive oil, and legumes - a Mediterranean diet - is a healthy lifestyle choice.
How to make the most of National Nutrition Month.
It hints, but doesn't prove, they might reduce risk of death from heart disease, other causes
LONDON (AP) - New guidelines from the World Health Organization are enough to kill anyone's sugar high. The U.N. health agency says the world is eating too much sugar and people should slash their intake to just six to 12 teaspoons per day - an amount that could be exceeded with a single can of soda.
A new report was just released by the 2015 Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (DGAC).
Who says salads aren't filling enough for dinner? Check out these versatile recipes that prove that a salad can be light and fulfilling enough to be a dinner staple.
Two bottles of whole milk sit side-by-side in a supermarket refrigerator. One costs $3.46 per gallon while the other costs $7.08 per gallon. What's the difference?
Study in mice suggests changes might raise risk of bowel diseases and metabolic syndrome
Study found having certain microbes may lead to fewer pounds shed
Survivors who took large, daily dose of prescription-only capsules showed less decline in heart function
Brisk walking drops blood sugar more than a slower walk, study finds
Study finds gestational diabetes less likely, but smaller infants more common
Suggestions to keep weight off
People who followed it closely were 47 percent less likely to develop disease
TIME Magazine recently published its list of the 50 healthiest foods we all should be eating. While most of the food items on the list won’t surprise you, there were 10 items that seemed a little unexpected.