Many nutrition resolutions set us up to fail from the start. So if you’re looking to lose weight this year, consider this.
By consuming healthy, whole, unprocessed foods, you can greatly mitigate the risks of developing type II diabetes as well as manage it if you already have it.
The body and mind are connected in more ways than one, especially through the gut. The food we eat directly impacts our hormones, mood, and more. Here's what you need to know about how nutrition can impact not just your gut health, but your mental and emotional state as well.
Mediterranean diets lower risk of cardiovascular disease; here's how to incorporate it into your daily nutrition.
Learn how to create a compelling wellness vision that will help you achieve your nutrition goals in the New Year.
Is the daily recommendation of drinking eight cups of water a day accurate? Here's what to know about hydrating.
Overweight people who ate fewer carbohydrates and increased their fat intake had significant improvements in their cardiovascular disease risk factors.
Smoothies are versatile, fill of veggies, fruits, yogurt, milk and more. But are you taking in more calories than you think you are?
Be it eating less meat, cleaner meat, or plant-based meat, we can still get the nutrients we need — and more — if we take a step back from the practices that are harmful to animals, humans and the climate.
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