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Asthma and What You Eat

If the eyes are a window to the soul, then the lungs are a door to the body—providing a gateway for the arrival of oxygen to every liv...

The Lowdown on Industry-Funded Research

You don’t have to search very hard to find nutrition-focused research papers partially funded by companies that stand to benefit from ...

Bug Off, High-Fat Diets

High-fat diets have their fans on social media, but the pro-keto crowd is probably not cheering a recent finding that suggests a higher-fat,...

The Fourth Trimester: Postpartum Exercise

It’s not over in 9 months. A new mother’s body keeps changing long after the baby arrives. Hormonal shifts, breastfeeding and ri...

Grocery Store Dietitians Improve Eating Habits

If you have clients who struggle to stick with a healthy diet, consider encouraging them to have a dietitian tag along on their next trip do...

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Nutrition research is hard to distill. There is so much noise about sugar, fat, types of fat, protein, inflammation. . . the list goes on. I...

Yo-Yo Dieting Tied to Heart Problems

Obesity and consistently elevated blood pressure, cholesterol and blood sugar levels have long been linked to a higher risk of heart disease...

Recipe for Health: Orange-Spinach Smoothie

The gravel-voiced sailor man was smart to make spinach his vegetable of choice. This green giant has a wealth of nutritional highlights, inc...

The Truth About America’s Favorite Vegetable and the Top Tier Macronutrient

How do you make sure the athletes you work with are conscious of what they’re eating, but still have the energy to put in long trainin...

Protein Is Not Necessarily Your Kidneys’ Nemesis

Eating more protein than your body needs won’t make you sprout more muscles, but it also seems unlikely to impair kidney functioning, ...

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