Pancakes, muffins, toast, waffles, cereal and doughnuts: The most popular breakfast foods lack one essential element. And that's protein.
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Almost every adult knows someone who has been touched by cancer, whether it's a family member who lost his life to prostate cancer or a friend who's battling breast cancer.
If you feel that your cravings for sugar are preventing you from winning the battle of the bulge, a hot new diet just might be the answer.
You want to get more bounce to the ounce and meet your goals when it comes to sports and fitness. So you decide to take one, or two, or even more sports nutrition supplements.
In a new study published in the Journal of Food Science, researchers observed the association of grape consumption from the most common non-alcoholic forms consumed – fresh grapes, raisins and 100%
"On the road again - Just can't wait to get on the road again," sang Willie Nelson.
For those with celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, labels saying "gluten-free" are important. But until now, they haven't known of they can believe those labels.
If you open your cupboards and fridge, what percentage of foods do you use for snacking?
We don't normally use the adjective "healthy" when we're talking about fast food.
I've got my shopping list ready for the store, and I'm going to check all the labels just to be sure that what I'm eating is good for me. Sounds like a smart nutrition plan, right?
Ever notice how those mermaids look so fabulous? Maybe they know something that we don't: Omega-3 fatty acids, found in certain kinds of fish, provide your body with an ocean's worth of health benefits. To help you understand the multiple benefits of these healthy fats, Dr. Mehmet Oz and Dr. Mike Roizen explored what omega-3s can do for you in the July 11 edition of the Windsor Star. And be sure to try out the recipe at the end to enjoy these healthy fats as part of a meal.
July was proclaimed National Blueberry Month by the USDA in 1999. The US produces over 90% of all the blueberries in the world – grown in 35 states!
Peter Attia, MD who is a surgeon has a motivational and thought provoking message about obesity and diabetes that suggests we are fighting the wrong war on obesity.
Eating fruits and vegetables can reduce the risk of developing many chronic diseases and can also help with weight management.
When it comes to what to eat and what to skip, you can find food for thought for almost any theory on the Internet (anyone up for a repeat of that cabbage soup diet, burp?).
Are you a runner, a fast walker or a participant in another form of endurance exercise? Then you know that the right nutrition is critical to succeed in your goals.
Lately the government has been much too busy trying to read your SMSs and emails and listen in on your phone calls to actually do something meaningful for the people of this country.
Just like humans, vegetables have a Circadian rhythm. Researchers say fruit and vegetables continue to live after they are harvested and so does their biological clock.
In a June 4, 2013 article, appearing in Medscape, Laurie Barclay, MD, reported that a meta-analysis of probiotics showed that their use was associated with a 64% reduction in diarrhea symptoms asso
March brings the excitement of spring, festive holidays and of course, National Nutrition Month.
We all know we should focus on a healthy diet.. But why are certain foods so good for us? Jennifer Christman from Medifast provides 7 foods to eat in spring and explains why they are so healthy.