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There’s good news, and there’s bad news.
There’s way more to it than rice and beans, for one.
Food Network champion Maneet Chauhan will make you think twice next time you criticize a culture's cuisine.
Get into the slow lane and enjoy the ride.
Firstly, not all types of processed food are created equal. Secondly, here's how to know when you may be eating too much of it.
It’s hard to imagine that fruit juice is nutritionally on par with Coca-Cola.?But ... is it? Here's what experts say.
Nearly 1 in 4 of us are avoiding gluten. Without a health diagnosis, is it really necessary?
Using takeout, chocolate or a glass of wine as your go-to “little treat” may seem like no big deal, but it might be messing with your psyche.
It’s not just alcohol and tomato sauce that can trigger symptoms. G.I. docs share the more surprising things you eat that can lead to heartburn.
If you play by a few rules, this could work out very well for you.
Science shows a direct connection between diet and inflammatory arthritis. Here’s how you can craft your meals to promote healing, not hurting.
An 8-ounce serving contains roughly 20 grams of sugar, equivalent to nearly 5 teaspoons.
Whether your priority is weight loss, blood sugar management, women's health or brain health, there's a nut for you.
Experts reveal the most harmful comments that you may not realize are psychologically damaging.
They’re fun and flavorful, but how many a day is too many? And which ones are best to avoid? Some experts offer words of advice.
Here’s what you need to know about how sparkling water affects digestion and whether it’s safe to drink every day.
For decades, researchers have been studying the connection between food dyes and hyperactivity in children, and also links to cancer.
Nutritionists and dietitians are here to help you see past the buzzwords.
You might need to take a look in the toilet and get yourself to a doctor.