Researchers found that time-restricted eating resulted in improvements in total body weight and body composition.
People with high alcohol or high red meat consumption had a 60% and 10% higher odds of developing colon cancer, respectively.
The American Heart Association has released tips for heart health nutrition in its new Dietary Guidance to Improve Cardiovascular Health.
Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably noticed the plant-based food revolution at the grocery store. Sales of plant-based food doubled in 2020, and it seems like the numbers will only go up…
Integrating these 12 strategies into your nutrition-related coaching sessions and programs will help clients with diet adherence.
A study found that people with obesity experienced an increase in appetite and food cravings after consuming a drink with sucralose.
The future of nutrition therapy for glucose control and diabetes is moving increasingly away from the one-size-fits-all approach.
Which is better: eating multiple small meals or fasting for 16 hours a day? Understand the science of meal timing to make decisions easier.
Getting enough sleep is critical to performing our best. Now, a new study shows one more reason to prioritize it: sleep improves diet.
Share the truth about these 5 meal timing myths to guide your clients toward meeting their goals and improving their nutrition.
Women who followed a gluten-free diet had an increase in the intake of fat and sodium and a reduction in key micronutrients.
Researchers reckon that overweight and obesity are caused by hormonal changes from eating refined carbohydrates and sugar-added foods.
Researchers say these three changes can help Americans reduce the carbon footprint of their food purchases—without big dietary changes.
Len Kravitz, PhD, program coordinator and professor of exercise science, offers tips to cut calories with small changes and substitutions.
Flavonoids, found in many colorful fruits and veggies, act as antioxidants in the body and can protect our brains from oxidative damage.
A review of more than 2 million people found no differences in body mass index between those with high- versus low-glycemic index diets.
Nutrigeroscience is a form of nutrition science in which the outcomes of dietary restriction are predicted based on biomarkers.
Are you a proponent of intermittent fasting? Have you noticed more clients expressing an interest in time-restricted eating?
Based on a duo of surveys of food intake among 10,001 U.S. adults, 47% of calories hail from junk food in the typical American diet.
You’ve seen the growing number of studies on plant-based diets. Eating a plant-based meal at dinnertime may reduce the risk of heart disease.