How consumers define “healthy” food has taken on a more positive tone since 2016, as people define it as containing healthful components.
Researchers found that morning breakfast skippers took in lower amounts of several key vitamins and minerals than those who ate breakfast.
What happens to the nutritional quality of diets when people swap out traditional animal-based options for plant-based meat alternatives?
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.
Scientists found that children who were introduced to a high dose of gluten from age 4 months did not develop celiac disease.
Research on vitamin D benefits has linked it to improved bone health and lower cancer risk. Now, it appears to help prevent diabetes.
Rising rates of iron-deficiency anemia in both women and men suggests iron deficiency is a major public health issue in America.
Research shows that including a few not-so-fresh foods in our diet can have a positive impact on our gut microbiome.
Is breakfast important for athletic performance? Even if you plan on exercising later, it can be important not to skimp on a morning meal.
Researchers published findings on more sugar danger: surplus sugar may cause our mitochondria to become less efficient, reducing our energy.
A report shows that the sugar in soda sold at the 20 top-earning restaurant chains in the U.S exceeds the suggested daily limit of 50 grams.
If the thought of dinner tonight gives you a piercing headache, consider searing up some salmon to get some omega-3 for migraines.
The California Milk Advisory Board worked exclusively with two members of Player Health and Performance for a professional football team, myself – Jordan Mazur, MS, RD, Nutrition Director, and my colleague Dustin Little, ATC, PT, DPT, CSCS, Head Athletic Trainer, to bring you these tips and easy-to-use assets to help your clients and active people of all fitness levels and ages fuel like the pros.
As a fitness professional, you know that nutrition plays a key role in your client’s journey to better health. Get them hooked on a healthy sweet treat with watermelon! This refreshing fruit is more than just a tasty snack; it’s packed with nutrition benefits for fit-minded folks:
Researchers found that people who frequently ate takeout food or meals prepared outside their home increased their risk of early mortality.
While protein is the go-to nutrient for building strong muscles, new research suggests that nitrates in vegetables are important, too.
Some mothers turn to bottled formulas to nourish their children. But added sugar in baby formula—like corn syrup—can lead to weight gain.
More than 100 million Americans suffer from high blood pressure. A new study took a fresh look at the role of salt sensitivity.
Who would have thought that cafeteria food would make the grade? Researchers found that U.S. kids are getting more nutrition from school.
A study suggests that a decline in the biodiversity of fish can negatively affect the diets of those who get a protein from fish.