Food & Hydration
A study found that nearly all (97%) of the fruit drinks had at least one nutrition-related front of package claim.
Researchers found overall nutritional deficiency was associated with worsening mental health and depression.
A new study has found a surprising risk for cross-contamination and food poisoning: bacteria in spice containers.
Investigators did a comprehensive review of the literature on carbs for weightlifting and the impact on resistance training performance.
Researchers have developed a cost-effective method to simultaneously measure up to 77 antibiotics in food.
There’s a positive correlation between elevated plasma levels of trimethylamine N-oxide and an increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
A study showed delivering “medically tailored” meals to people with chronic conditions could prevent hospitalizations and save money.
In a market flooded with drinks promising to improve hydration, health and performance, one is emerging as all-natural: maple water.
People trying to lose weight often overestimate their healthy eating, something that could sabotage weight-loss and health improvements.
Athletes turn to caffeine to help them get through a tough workout, but as with any good thing, too much can be problematic for performance.
Only about half of Americans consume the recommended amount of magnesium—a trend that may play a role in the escalating diabetes rates.
Dine with others to eat better, since people are less likely to choose an unhealthy food option with those in a different social group.
Higher blood levels of chemicals in pesticides, nonstick cookware and flame retardants may increase the risk of celiac disease in children.
Even though many Americans overconsume calories, they are underconsuming several important nutrients, which could be a health burden.
As health enthusiasts around the world sprint to the end of year, it’s important to take the time to enjoy the foods and activities that make you feel good this holiday season. Sunsweet is encouraging health enthusiasts to have a ball in December by leaning on nutritious and delicious foods to help you feel energized heading into 2023.
Fitting nutrition for immunity should contain foods and other active substances that are known to stimulate and balance immune responses.
Apart from the anecdotal, it’s slim pickings when it comes to any strong scientific evidence supporting the health claims surrounding maca.
A study in The Journal of Nutrition suggests most people can still eat gluten and have a chance to live well into their golden years.
Calorie and nutrition labels on prepared bakery items, deli meats and cheeses were associated with fewer calories per transaction.
Adding a dash of hot sauce to our meals, like these chipotle pumpkin baked beans below, might be good news for our gut health.