According to an analysis by the CDC, only 2% of high school students in the U.S. are meeting the recommended vegetable intake.
Breastfeeding has long played a vital role in child development. We now have evidence for breastmilk benefits, like keeping infants in a healthy weight range.
Red meat is a staple in the typical American diet, but it appears replacing it with other sources of protein may help reduce the risk of type 2 diabetes.
Greenhouse emissions would drop 35% if Americans replaced half of the animal-based products in their diet with plant-based foods, according to researchers.
Women in North America and Denmark who wanted to become pregnant and consumed higher amounts of lower-quality carbohydrates experienced lower fecundability.
The explosive growth of the video game industry may be leading to less-than-stellar eating habits in young men.
Following a Mediterranean diet benefits performance in memory and thinking in older adults, according to a study from the University of Edinburgh.
Intermittent fasting is enjoying new popularity among people trying to lose weight, and studies show promising benefits for the body and brain.
Routine healthcare visits need to include some form of a rapid dietary assessment tool, according to the American Heart Association.
A report shows that the number of U.S. adults on a special diet for weight loss 2015–2018 was up 14% from a decade earlier.
British scientists discovered that vegan diets lower in protein and calcium affect bone strength, increasing the risk of fracture anywhere in the body.
The ketogenic diet, which is heavy in fat and skimpy on carbs, has become a popular eating method for weight loss, but it can also leave people feeling ill.
Despite the rise of plant-based eating, it seems Americans still prefer cheeseburgers to veggie burgers. And the proof was gathered in hair samples.
Federal policies that strengthened nutritional standards for meals and beverages served at school appear to reduce obesity among children.
Improving eating and exercise habits of women who were overweight when first pregnant yielded long-term cardiovascular benefits for their children.
The Mediterranean diet centers mainly around plant-based foods, which makes this Mediterranean-inspired dish a heart-healthy option for taco night.
Poor health linked to lousy eating is a major burden on the U.S. economy, contributing to skyrocketing healthcare spending and low workplace productivity.
European researchers discovered that a diet with a higher glycemic load correlated with a greater risk for coronary heart disease.
The practice of Intermittent Fasting is on the rise. An expert sounds in on how to design a plate that checks all the boxes.
Intermittent fasting may be the eating plan du jour but it’s certainly not new. Here’s a look at some things to keep in mind before diving in.