Dietitian Jeannie Versagli discusses sugar and how parents can develop a healthy relationship for kids and their treats.
Should You Be Concerned About Cholesterol? An Expert Weighs In
Learn the relationship between these two essential compounds and why consuming less cholesterol in your diet might not actually help lower your risk of heart disease.
Revealed: Are Air Fryers Worth the Hype?
To air fry or not to air fry? How much can this popular kitchen gadget really boost your nutrition game?
Nine Foods With Surprising Health Benefits
These 9 foods, consumed in moderation, may not be as bad for you as you think.
Nutritious Protein Sources You May Not Have Considered
Both plant- and animal-based proteins have their pros and cons, but Americans are eating way more of one than the other.
A Dietitian’s Take: Cutting Carbs for Weight Loss
Carbs: roadblock to a slimmer figure or essential part of your plate?
Revealed: The Myth of Negative Calorie Foods
Negative calorie foods are nothing more than a myth. Where did this wrong idea come from and what can we learn from it?
Boosting Your Heart Health with Superfoods
Despite heart disease being the cause of one-third of deaths worldwide, nobody expects to be a victim. These dietitian recommended interventions can help you prevent heart disease.
Revealed: The Difference Between Macros and Calories
Which is better to track, macronutrients or calories? Get a Registered Dietitian’s take and figure out which one is better for you.
Nutrition and IBS
If you’re a frequent sufferer of cramping, abdominal pain, bloating, constipation, or other related symptoms, you may have IBS – and your diet may be to blame.