Variety has been a bedrock of nutritional advice for a century. But it may be leading to bad diets and obesity. Here’s a better approach.
Diet & Nutrition
For taste, cooking versatility and health benefits, these plant-based oils should all be in your pantry.
The incredible edible egg—much loved…much maligned. In this episode of The Bottom Line Advocator, Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner gets the “bottom line” on eggs from renowned naturopathic physician and self-acclaimed “Egg-spert” Dr. Andrew Rubman.
Red meat is in, but is it healthy? It can be, if you know which meat to eat and how much. Here’s how to be a healthier red meat eater.
Feeling confused by all those omega fatty acids, which ones you need and how to get them? Here are the quick answers you need.
Drop those extra pounds for good—and get an energy boost to boot! Forget about calories!…
If you’re looking for a nutrition-packed way to add cheese flavor to your food, try this yeast additive. Read more on this popular dairy-free option…
Can’t put the brakes on your love of food even when you feel physically full? Try this mind-over-mind solution.
Although turmeric steals the headlines, cloves also belong on your shopping list for good health.
Don’t let these 6 food myths keep you from eating the real nutritional powerhouses. Here are the ultra-healthy foods you’re missing out on…
Already known for causing kidney stones, this compound could be the mystery cause of many common symptoms.
The amount of collagen found in different brands of bone broth varies greatly. Here’s how to make sure your broth is what you think it is.
A loud overall environment not only generates excitement but also nudges customers toward ordering food that’s less healthy.
With full-fat milk getting the green light, your choices in the milk aisle have become even more broad.
Want to get to a healthier place with your weight, have more energy, or manage a chronic problem like diabetes? The right pro can help.
Just saying no to sugar doesn’t work for most people. Instead, trick your brain into wanting less sugar in the first place. Here’s how.
You might not be able to pronounce its full name, but you won’t have a hard time appreciating its benefits to liver, brain and bone health.
Another reason to do your own cooking: Restaurants are serving up these harmful chemicals with your meal.
Trehalose, an increasingly common form of sugar added to ice cream and many other foods, can turn deadly for people with a C. difficile infection.