Low-carb diets are popular, and although they may help with weight-loss they can also affect health in other ways. Here are three tips to help you stay healthy while following a low-carb diet.
Kids' lunches may lack one important nutrient: calcium. Here are some ideas for getting more calcium into a brown-bag lunch.
In your body, the bacteria cells outnumber the human cells, and in recent years, researchers have begun to pay more attention to these microbes and their impact on our health.
Eating healthy can be difficult with so many myths about nutrition around. Here is the truth behind some common myths about health eating.
People taking fish oil supplements, or any type of supplements, should know why they're taking them, and what the risks are.
Some bacteria are good for our health, research shows. Probiotics may help gut health, and there are many ways to get more of these beneficial bacteria into your diet.
Coupons for fresh produce are hard to find, but there are ways to save money when buying your fruit and vegetables.
Reading nutrition labels at the grocery store can be a daunting task -- here are tips for determining what's really healthy.
The teen years are a good time to establish healthy eating and exercise habits. Here are tips for encouraging your teens to be healthy.
A recent study found that people overestimate the amount of time they spent exercising by an hour. Here are tips for making sure you're not lying to yourself about how much you're exercising.
During the holidays, many people try to avoid gaining weight. But there are ways to actually lose weight during the holidays. Here are some tips.
Some foods may affect your mental well-being, studies suggest. Here's a look at foods that are linked with depression.
Cranberry sauce, a perennial Thanksgiving favorite, could provide a health boost. Here's a look at how cranberries are good for your health.
Autumn can bring a new crop of seasonal vegetables to your dinner table. Here are four vegetables in season in the fall, and a look at their nutrition.
Sprouts -- the tiny plants that grow as seeds begin to germinate -- are packed with nutrition. Here's a look at ways to include sprouts in your diet.
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