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Does your diet need a nutritional tune-up? A healthful diet doesn't have to be bland and boring.
Many Americans take vitamins, minerals, or other dietary supplements every day without
knowing enough to ensure optimum results.
You've probably heard rumors about tryptophan. For those that haven't, tryptophan is the substance in turkey that supposedly makes you sleepy. We set out to learn if there's any truth to that. Here are our findings.
How much fiber should you consume? Is there more than one kind of fiber? What foods
contain fiber? Test your knowledge about fiber by taking the Fiber Quiz.
Getting enough folic acid can reduce the risk for neural tube defects (NTDs) and may also reduce the risk for other serious birth defects of the brain and spinal cord.
We all know fruits and veggies are good for you. But do you know the best ways to prepare them for the most vitamins and nutrients? Dr. Martin schools us all.
The Mediterranean diet is really a lifestyle -- and it's great for your health.
Don’t feel guilty about snacking! Eating small, frequent meals can help you control
your weight and stay fueled throughout the day. Just make sure your snacks—and those
you serve your kids—are nutritious.
True or false: When I use herbs and spices, I don’t need to worry about following
strict rules about combining certain herbs and spices with certain foods.
Following the paleo diet means literally going against the grain. Licensed dietitian Rachel Baer explains why grains are an essential part of the human diet, and helps us find the whole ones.
Is it really necessary for us to drink 8 glasses of water a day or is that just an urban legend?