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Make sure these superfoods are in your grocery cart.
Even healthy eaters may fall short of key vitamins and minerals. See if you have any of these nutrient deficiency symptoms, then follow our advice for getting more.
Haunted by halitosis? Check your menu for these culprits—then reach for a simple-but-reliable bad breath cure like your toothbrush, sugarless gum, or a refreshing glass of water.
A stomachache after a glass of milk is probably nothing, but if you feel sick every time you eat dairy, you might be facing a bigger problem.
You probably don’t have a tapeworm. But you’re likely sleeping too little, spending too much time on Instagram, and do a bunch of other things make you so freaking hungry, all the (freaking) time.
Saturdays and Sundays don’t have to pack on pounds. Here’s how to use your weekend to be happy with the scale Monday morning.
Just about every culture has some habit that can keep people slim. Get ready to send your belly packing!
Science says: You need fat in your diet. You just have to make sure you’re consuming the right kind of good fats, and the right amount.
You eliminated these foods from your diet (or still eat them, with guilt). Here’s why you can stop all that.
Looking to revamp your grocery store game plan? Take these tips for a healthy food list from registered dietitians on your next shopping trip.
The last thing you want to do is stand in the way of your body burning calories. So the first thing you should do is not make these metabolism-slowing mistakes again.
Chase fatigue out of your day with these natural ways to jump-start your energy.
A diabetes diagnosis = need to eat healthy, stat. Here’s how to start grocery shopping for healthy diabetic foods.
The secret to better health could be as simple as an early dinnertime.
Lay the proper groundwork before you begin a new diet to ensure weight-loss success.
There’s power in your pantry: Find a natural solution in the kitchen for an energy boost.
You know you’re supposed to limit added sugar in your diet, but even if you steer clear of Ben and Jerry’s, chances are you’re eating more sugar than you think. Here’s how your body might be telling you to limit your sugar intake.
Your body has ways of telling you that you’re not eating enough eggs, lean meat, fish, nuts, dairy, and protein-rich vegetables to fuel your muscles and overall health.
Why is your stomach suddenly puffy? A bloated belly is often related to diet, but sometimes more serious conditions could be a factor.