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Menu ideas to avoid overeating
Americans need fewer trans and saturated fats, and more omega-3 fatty acids
What should you be looking for when choosing a cereal for you and your family?
Study finds easy access to nutritious fare important for successful weight loss
During the hustle and bustle of the fall season, it can be hard to find time to put an elaborate meal on the table.
Teens drank fewer sugary drinks when energy content info was converted to exercise, study found
Best-selling cookbook author, recipe developer, and food photographer Allyson Kramer specializes in gluten-free, dairy-free, and meat-free cuisine. The vegan food expert shares her typical day of healthy eating.
People who ate out a lot also had worse cholesterol levels than those who dined at home
Study suggests some overweight people might get better results from more aggressive dieting
But experts find the study too small, problem too rare to be of concern
Researchers say many products with banned substances for sale six months later
But experts say genes aren't destiny
Study finds easy access to nutritious fare important for successful weight loss
People who ate out a lot also had worse cholesterol levels than those who dined at home
Body's helpful bacteria may have internal clocks, too, researchers suggest
Sunflower oil linked to better cholesterol readings, study finds
Proper diet, exercise, weight control among factors that may help, experts say
Study suggests some overweight people might get better results from more aggressive dieting
Study suggests some overweight people might get better results from more aggressive dieting
Having both parents present, eating in kitchen also linked to healthier weights, researchers report
It can be a challenging journey, and many folks find that they get tripped up by a major obstacle: themselves. Here are some common ways dieters sabotage their own efforts.
Crickets have been gaining a lot of attention recently thanks in large part to the nutritional value the six-legged creatures are packed with.
FIFA's new plans for dealing with concussions have been criticized by some in the United States for not involving an independent medical inspection, but Major League Soccer's medical chief believes team doctors should be trusted.