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Diet & Nutrition
There’s a long-running fascination with protein. We’ve been told that it belongs in every meal…that…
Take this important step to help avoid a life-shattering injury.
Cinnamon can fight off serious diseases—but only if you use the right kind of cinnamon. Here’s how to use cinnamon for health.
Kiwi or grapefruit? Clams or eggs? Do you know which food in each of these healthful pairs edges out the other for a key nutrient?
With a milder taste than olive oil, these four seed-oil standouts are perfect for cooking and also help protect your heart.
The ketogenic diet has become a huge weight-loss trend. But scientists are now researching it for many other uses. Read on…
Counting calories is just the beginning of what these apps can do. Here’s a dietitian’s-eye view on top choices worthy of downloading.
Fasting for as little as 12 hours can not only help you lose weight but improve your health. Here’s how to make it work for you.
Research has uncovered an antioxidant with youthful properties—if you get enough of it
To boost healthy gut bacteria, new research points to specific foods that you should be eating every day. Here they are.
Low-fat…low-cal. Just eat the real food…far more satisfying…and healthy, says Bottom Line CEO Sarah Hiner in her latest blog.
Dr. Joel Fuhrman, devout “Nutritarian,” has seen firsthand how dietary changes have actually healed disease. …
If a healthy diet is important to you, a simple food diary will help you identify the habits that are holding you back. Here’s how…
You’ve seen the headlines about Roundup in cereal products. Here are the worst brands.
Bottom Line asked five nutrition-savvy doctors to name the supplements that nearly every healthy person should take. Here they are.
The standard American eating pattern could be harming your heart—even if you eat a healthy diet. Learn how meal timing can make you healthier.
CDC issued a strong safety alert for E. coli-contaminated romaine lettuce. Toss all forms of romaine—and what the lettuce touched should be sanitized.
Feeding your family a healthy diet is great but not if you go overboard. Here’s why—and how—to loosen up.