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Niacin: To B3 or Not to B3?
Niacin has been believed to improve cardiac health. Taken to excess in supplements, however, it can contribute to cardiovascular disease.
A Diet to Reduce the Side Effects of Prostate Cancer Treatment
Even when treatment for prostate cancer is successful, men often experience pain, incontinence and erectile dysfunction. This diet can help.
What's So Bad about 100 Percent Juice?
Kids who drink lots of fruit juice are getting more sugar than their bodies can easily handle and gaining weight. How much is too much?
Why You Want to Get More of Your Protein from Plants
Women who got most of their protein from plant-based foods like nuts, legumes, and vegetables, lived longer lives free of chronic diseases.
Keeping Weight Off — What Works Best?
Losing weight is hard; keeping it off is often harder. What you need is a long-term diet plan. Here's what Harvard researchers recommend.
A Reason to Opt for Full-Fat Dairy?
Prediabetics eating full-fat dairy were less likely to progress to type 2 diabetes than those choosing low-fat. It's not entirely clear why.
Your Heart Wants You to Eat a Little Earlier
Breakfast before 8; dinner before 9. "Chrono-nutrition" -- eating to suit your circadian rhythms is good for your heart and your brain.
Vegan vs. Mediterranean: Twins On Different Diets
The heart benefits were undeniable and not influenced by genetics when one twin ate a healthy omnivorous diet; the other went plant-based.
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.
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