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A cohort study shows inpatient hospital stays for people with an eating disorder has been on the upswing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Researchers have identified another way that working up a sweat could help trim the waistline: Exercise can put the brakes on hedonic eating.
Research findings indicate that a higher sodium intake or higher sodium-to potassium ratio was linked with greater cardiovascular risk.
Older women, dining alone were 2.58 times more likely to have angina, a symptom of coronary artery disease.
As added sugar intake increases so do the chances of developing various forms of cancer, including breast and prostate.
Can we use mushrooms for depression? It turns out mushrooms may help you feel better physically and emotionally.
High intakes of alpha-linolenic acid, a type of omega-3 fatty acid found in plant foods, is linked to a lower risk of all-cause mortality.
Americans’ fast food intake exposes them to high amounts of saturated fat, sodium and sugar, but also to harmful chemicals in fast food.
There seems to be more stress and anxiety in children now. Encouraging them to eat more berries and carrots could help kids’ mental health.
Eating your carbs in pasta form may result in better metabolic health than getting your carbs from bread, according to a study.
According to a study, one way we can give our microbiome a boost is to feed it more not-so-fresh foods—like these overnight oats.
Feeding America, the nation’s leading organization of food banks, expects 42 million Americans to experience food insecurity in 2021.
A review of more than 2 million people found no differences in body mass index between those with high- versus low-glycemic index diets.
Many know that eating more fiber equals a healthy gut. The good news is that it only takes a couple weeks for fiber benefits to kick in.
Inflammation is a player in many chronic conditions, so people tend to pay attention to internet chatter about dairy and inflammation.
The environments in which we live and work influence the food we consume. That’s why a “cafeteria food intervention” can improve diet.
There may be good reason to use supplements for vegan women: white vegan women close to menopause have a 55% greater risk for hip fracture.
The more ultraprocessed foods you eat, the more likely your fluid levels will be redlining from lower water intake, according to a study.
Scientists suggest that vegetable oils can raise inflammation levels in the body and raise the risk for certain health conditions.
What happens to the nutritional quality of diets when people swap out traditional animal-based options for plant-based meat alternatives?