A newly trendy nutrition practice called seed cycling is said to help balance female hormones and curb hormonal symptoms. Does science support the claims?
Let’s clear up some of the most common myths and misunderstandings about Type 2 diabetes, a disease that affects one in ten American adults
There’s new research on the most effective strategies for changing behavior. Which one is best at helping you eat healthier?
Passing a kidney stone is excruciating! Here are some tips to reduce the chances that you’ll ever have to endure that pain or relive past misery
For years, experts have been telling us to cut back on red meat. Now, a new analysis says there’s no reason to. What’s a health-conscious consumer to do?
U.S. dietary recommendations lag decades behind the emerging science on diet and nutrition
Is your hair falling out? Nutrient deficiencies may be to blame. Reversing it starts with finding the cause
The American Heart Association suggests that late-night eating might increase your risk of heart disease. But how solid is the evidence?
Registered Dietitian Melissa Mitri discusses the importance of good nutrition after giving birth and the five most important nutrients for a new mom and her baby
There are some situations where beneficial bacteria (either from foods or supplements) can post a threat to the host
There’s a connection between sleep and hunger. Getting better quality sleep may help with appetite, cravings, and ultimately, weight loss
The Institute of Medicine hasn’t set an upper limit on fiber, meaning that there’s no amount at which it’s considered toxic. That doesn’t mean that an excess of fiber couldn’t make you uncomfortable...
What can our genes tell us about which diet will work best for us?
It’s not that your weight doesn’t matter. It’s just that it’s not the only thing that matters
Best-selling author Gretchen Rubin answers your questions about what it takes to change your habits and habit-forming tendencies
This pricey designer milk comes with some big claims. Let’s explore the science behind the hype
If creatine is important for brain functioning, and vegetarians have lower creatine levels, could a vegetarian or vegan diet have a negative impact on cognitive function?
First eggs are bad. Then they’re OK. Now they’re bad again. Nutrition Diva puts the latest study on eggs and cholesterol in perspective
Fish are high in omega-3 fatty acids. But what if you can't eat seafood? Can omega-3 enriched eggs or peanut butter provide the same health benefits?
Some of the scary things you may have heard about nuts and aflatoxins are probably exaggerated. Nonetheless, these are not imaginary concerns