There’s new evidence that even so-called “safe” amounts of sugar can cause serious health problems.
A large new study from Sweden finds eating fewer than five servings of fruit and vegetables a day is linked with a higher chance of dying early.
They sound like things that belong in a chemistry lab, but they’re ingredients you can probably find in your pantry right now.
It’s like “Iron Chef” — only middle school style.
Students at Royal Oak’s Shrine Catholic Grade School stepped their way to first place in Oakland County’s 10th Annual “Count Your Steps” Program.
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.