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Diet & Nutrition
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.
Known for far more than posting pretty food pictures, these health-minded foodie bloggers share their advice to help you reach your diet goals.
The FDA’s ban on dangerous synthetic flavors doesn’t mean these additives are off the shelves yet.
The FDA warns about liquid nitrogen¬–soaked snacks (Dragon’s Breath, Heaven’s Breath, Nitro Puffs, etc.), the dangerous new mall treat. Learn more.
These four tasty veggies, fruits and nuts are readily available in winter, offer an immune system boost and are very simple to prepare…
Move over, beans! Lentils are loaded with nutrients, are a snap to cook and are delicious with great recipes. The Bottom Line Guide to Lentils.
Fast-food burger chains are in a prime spot to help reduce antibiotic-resistant infections. Find out which ones are doing that…and which aren’t.
Take this fun quiz to see if you can tell the difference between foods that aren’t good for you and those that are terribly, horribly not good for you.
If sorghum isn’t part of your diet, maybe it should be. This ancient grain has cardio, blood sugar and other health benefits. Learn more…
Parents buy gluten-free packaged foods for kids thinking they’re healthy foods. But what’s inside the package is often anything but.
Ghee has become popular both for taste and reputed health benefits. Is it really as healthy as touted? Find out…
The DASH diet isn’t sexy, and you might be tempted to give it up too soon. Here’s how to make the DASH diet work for you.
Move over, probiotics and prebiotics—there’s a new gut health booster in town. But should you rush out to buy supplements?
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.
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.