Red meat has been demonized by the media for many years, but there’s a lot more to this carnivorous delight than meets the eye. Find out how you can make red meat part of your healthy eating plan.
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When it comes to food and nutrition, misunderstandings and misinformation abound.
The biggest challenge consumers face with regard to multivitamins is deciding which one to take.
By Tamara Duker Freuman, U.S. News & World Report Since before the times of Aristotle, humans have been making errors in reasoning when arguing issues from religion and politics to science… More
Known as the slimmest state since 2010, gorgeous Colorado boasts the lowest rate of obesity in all of America.
Researchers are finding evidence that periodic fasting is beneficial.
Can’t sleep? It may be time to invest in a new mattress.
Among the most commonly held misconceptions about obesity, perhaps none does more harm than the notion that exercise is responsible for the lion’s share of weight management.
Spicing your food is one of the easiest ways to enhance flavor without adding calories, sodium or fat, and it’s not only your waistline that will benefit from the zest.
Anyone who dines out with any regularity has likely experienced a restaurant meal gone bad. Most people assume that when a meal out ends in serious digestive upset, they must have gotten food poisoning.