Nutrition CECs/Home 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.
Help meet your client questions with a basic understanding of what distinguishes food allergies from intolerances and sensitivities.
Research on vitamin D benefits has linked it to improved bone health and lower cancer risk. Now, it appears to help prevent diabetes.
Food aesthetics affect nutrition perceptions, since people tend to believe that pretty-looking food is healthier and more natural.
Rising rates of iron-deficiency anemia in both women and men suggests iron deficiency is a major public health issue in America.
Researchers published findings on more sugar danger: surplus sugar may cause our mitochondria to become less efficient, reducing our energy.
If the thought of dinner tonight gives you a piercing headache, consider searing up some salmon to get some omega-3 for migraines.
While protein is the go-to nutrient for building strong muscles, new research suggests that nitrates in vegetables are important, too.
By probing into how the pandemic affected eating behaviors in young adults, investigators revealed links to six unhealthy eating habits.
In today’s fast-paced world, many are guilty of eating fast. But failing to slow down could be one reason why Americans are gaining weight.
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.
The “Best If Used By” food labeling system is still confusing people, signaling a need for better communication, according to a study.
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 in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows that insect protein can be just as effective as milk protein for building muscle.
Being aware of how exercise and appetite are linked may help people reach weight loss goals, according to a report in Nutrients.
A study found that over a period of 5 years, a mere 7.4% of American adults met the Institute of Medicine’s daily fiber recommendations.
The word posture tends to evoke the image of a schoolgirl standing perfectly erect with a book on her head. More accurately, static posture refers to the way in which a person holds his or her body or assumes certain positions, such as sitting, standing or sleeping. The cumulative effect of the time spent in certain positions can lead to prolonged static-posture damage to both the musculoskeletal and myofascial systems of the body.