Ever wonder why so many people find themselves overeating ultraprocessed foods? It turns out texture plays an important role. In a crossover study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, 50 healthy-weight adults consumed…
Restaurant items added after the 2018 calorie listing requirements were put in place had fewer calories compared with items served before.
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Changing eating behavior is really hard. It’s not just one decision in the beginning; it’s continual decisions about how and what to eat each time we come to a meal.
Researchers from Pennsylvania State University tested two strategies for how to get kids to eat more vegetables and fruit.
Eating slowly and chewing thoroughly could be recommended as eating strategies towards helping with weight management efforts.
Another study shows earlier meal timing may lead to improved blood glucose levels and better metabolic health.
Researchers have identified another way that working up a sweat could help trim the waistline: Exercise can put the brakes on hedonic eating.
Researchers have added to the weight of evidence that there is a connection between nicotine withdrawal and poor eating habits.
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.
Len Kravitz, PhD, program coordinator and professor of exercise science, offers tips to cut calories with small changes and substitutions.
Research links regularly eating breakfast to a lower risk of overall and cardiovascular mortality, compared with not eating breakfast.
Since children eat up to two meals per day at school, healthy school food can play a major role in combating obesity in young people.
The more ultraprocessed foods you eat, the more likely your fluid levels will be redlining from lower water intake, according to a study.
Perhaps a few taps on a smartphone with food apps can help people zap some unhealthy foods from their diets, says a study.
People who had their wisdom teeth extracted performed better in detecting sweet, sour, salty and bitter tastes, according to a study.
Most parents agree that it can be a challenge to get their young kids to eat more vegetables, but a study suggests bigger portions can help.
Perhaps getting more Americans to eat better is as simple as changing food prices by making healthy foods at the supermarket cheaper.
Here’s a look at how eating habits have changed, what we can expect moving forward, and how we can support our health.