Natural health enthusiasts have long looked for a legendary sweetener that would add sweet flavor to their food while avoiding dangerous spikes in blood sugar.
Artificial Sweetener Disease (ASD) is a plague sweeping across America. According to a new study, the artificial sweetener aspartame is linked to metabolic disease and digestive problems, but don’t expect to hear that from your doctor.
Sylvia E. Meléndez-Klinger, 01/11/2016
As a registered dietician, it is often my job to translate research and guidelines into step-by-step recommendations that are easy for anyone to follow, so I was delighted to find that the newly released 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans are simple and easy to manage and aim to help Americans make healthier eating decisions.
Michael Greger, December 15, 2015
A Nutritional Update for Physicians was published in the official journal of Kaiser Permanente, the largest managed care organization in the United States.
Anyone who has ever wondered why eating certain spicy foods makes your mouth feel like it’s on fire should take a look at a new video released by the American Chemical Society
Abby Campbell, December 2, 2015
Have you ever picked up a fresh coconut at your local grocery store and shaken it? If you have, you’ve probably heard liquid sloshing inside which is coconut water. Coconuts are different from any other fruit because they contain a large amount of water that have tons of health benefits.
Mayo Clinic, 2015
Discover the real difference between organic foods and their traditionally grown counterparts when it comes to nutrition, safety and price.
It may be impossible to eat healthily all the time, but do you even know the difference between something that has a few extra calories and something that can cause long-term negative effects on your health? You might be surprised to find out that many foods that are called healthy are loaded with poisonous carcinogens.
Here’s the truth about frozen dinners, boil-in-the-bag rice, and steam-in-the-bag vegetables
Shereen Lehman, MS, September 28, 2015.
Nutrition has food fads just like fashion and home decorating have their trends -- one year everyone's eating quinoa and munching on kale.