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Nutrition Guidelines for Seniors
Genes play a big role in longevity, but how we eat and our lifestyle do, too. New USDA guidelines highlight the foods seniors need most.
The Trouble with Toddler Milks
Toddler milks are unregulated and in general nutritionally inferior to offering kids real foods. An American Academy of Pediatrics report.
One Potato, Two Potato, Three Potato, NO!
Want to stop middle-age spread? A long-term study identified the carbs to eat and the carbs to avoid to keep your weight from ballooning.
The Hard Facts about Soft Drinks
Sugar-sweetened beverages feed obesity and harm human health all over the globe. There are ways you can gradually reduce your consumption.
Your Diet May Be Good, But What about Snacking?
Many of us are careful about how much fat and sugar we consume at meals. But when it comes to snacking, mindlessness often rules.
Fishy Fish Oil Claims
Fish oil supplements claim to protect heart and brain health, but there is no firm evidence for this. Get your omega-3s another way.
An Rx for Fruits and Veggies
When doctors offered vouchers for healthy food, it reduced hypertension, obesity, diabetes and food insecurity in low-income communities.
Get the Micronutrients You Need for Brain Health
Micronutrients like lycopene, retinol and lutein appear to protect against Alzheimer's. They're also really easy to build into your diet.
A Diet Strategy to Keep Type-2 Diabetes in Check
Managing type-2 diabetes generally requires blood sugar and weight control. But what's the best approach? For many, this is the answer.
Healthy Eating, The Global Version
People eat very different foods around the world, and nutrition guidelines often miss this. These six healthy foods work worldwide.
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