A new British study suggests just one sugar-sweetened beverage a day, can raise the risk of developing type two diabetes by as much to 22 percent.
Buying all organic produce can be an expensive proposition, especially if money’s tight.
More and more people are finding themselves forced to make ends meet with an income that’s been drastically cut or that just isn’t keeping pace with the demands of raising a family. This often means reaching for foods that may not be as nutritionally sound as they should be.
A Mayor Clinic study has found a strong link between chronic pain and Vitamin-D deficiency.
Will a $1 McDouble be as tasty when consumers know what it costs nutritionally? The chain is betting on it.
Women in their 70s had a longer life expectancy when they exercised and regularly ate fruits and vegetables, a new University of Michigan study found.
During a time of year when diet and exercise are a top priority, more and more people are grabbing a handful of walnuts.
Since pre-school you’ve told your kids that they have to protect their heads by wearing helmets when they bike and rollerblade. Now, tell them that certain foods protect their brain, too
You want your children to be properly nourished, but they may not think about the importance of healthy eating.
More than 25 percent of all bone mass is created between the ages of 13 and 15 for boys, and 12 and 14 for girls. To ensure healthy bone mass development, teens need regular doses of vitamin D, C, iron and calcium from the foods they eat.
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