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The number of Americans with diabetes is staggering. Discover the alarming statistics of this serious health concern, and learn how diabetes can be managed or prevented with lifestyle changes.
Eating and exercise are closely connected. Proper nutrition is essential for building strength and fueling activity. These five tips will get you started training for an athletic event.
You may be surprised to find out you’re not drinking enough water. Learn why it’s essential to stay hydrated, how to know if you're drinking enough water and get tips for upping your water game.
Gardens, roadside stands and farmers markets are bursting with summer's bounty. Learn the best ways to store and wash fresh fruits and vegetables to preserve their flavor, freshness and nutrients.
Training for a distance run or another event? Protein is a key nutrient for building and repairing muscle,, and helping reach peak performance. A quick quiz can help assess your protein needs.
Whether you plant a pot of tomatoes, tend rows of vegetables or love visiting a farmers market, now's the time to start savoring summer's bounty. Give these good-eating ideas a try.
Plant-based foods are full of fiber and nutrients that may help prevent chronic illness and are good protein sources. Learn ways to add them to your diet, and get a delicious veggie and bean recipe.
When feeling stressed or bored, people often turn to food to cope. It's easy to reach for a snack if you don't have a plan for what and when to eat. Learn easy ways to be mindful about snacking.
Celery often is relegated to veggie trays and brown-bag lunches. But it's also a key ingredient in dishes around the world. Discover the good things celery has to offer, and get two recipes to try.
What you eat may play a role in maximizing your memory. Learning how to diversify your plant-based food portfolio and incorporate healthier fats in your diet can work wonders for your memory.
Finding asparagus in the market signals that spring has arrived. Its vivid green, dark purple or creamy white spears add pops of color to the lighter dishes that usher in a new season of eating.
Ramadan includes refraining from food and drink from dawn to sunset. This shouldn't have a negative health effect for most people. But some need to prepare to avoid worsening a health condition.