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Time to Up Your Fiber?
Even a small increase in your fiber intake can make a significant difference in your gut health. Pretty much any fiber supplement can help.
Potassium's Sex-Based Benefits
Eating potassium-rich foods can offset some risk from too much salt in our diets. The benefit to women's blood pressure is not seen in men.
Questioning the Value of Vitamins
A U.S. task force finds that most supplements don’t work or may even cause harm. Diet and exercise are the best way to stay healthy.
Have a Beer and Recharge Your Gut Microbiome
The polyphenols and other compounds found in its hops, barley and yeast in beer -- even non-alcoholic brands --are good for the gut.
How Nutritious is Fake Meat?
Plant-based proteins, often made from soy and wheat, do not appear to be as available to our bodies as the real thing.
How City Grocery Stores Put a Dent in Kids’ Expanding Waistlines
Obesity rates in kids and teens went down when supermarkets began to display fresh fruits and veggies more prominently. Tips for families.
Antioxidants to Boost Memory and the Brain
Antioxidants found in fruits and veggies like papayas, tangerines, oranges and leafy greens appear to help prevent dementia. Smoothie time.
It's Hard to Get Kids to Eat Right
Lots of parents struggle to get their kids to eat food that's good for them. Many resort to supplements, but those have drawbacks, too.
Americans gained a lot of weight during the pandemic lockdown. Body mass and obesity rates went up. Here are some of the reasons why.
An Artificial Sweetener - Cancer Connection
Non-nutritive sweeteners tend to be seen as a win-win for dieters, but the risk of certain cancers goes up with artificial sweetener use.
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