Diet not working? Maybe it’s not your type

Diet not working? Maybe it’s not your type

Harvard Health Blog Have you heard of the blood type diet? I thought it had been debunked long ago but…

Gut Relief

Gut Relief

Low-FODMAP diet may help those with stomach ills By Victoria Shanta Retelny, RDN Let’s face it, when your gut is…

Cultures for Health: The Benefits of Fermented Foods

Cultures for Health: The Benefits of Fermented Foods

By Victoria Shanta Retelny, RDN For centuries, fermented foods have played a large role in many cultures. Ancient Greeks thrived…

You Are What You Eat

You Are What You Eat

By Victoria Shanta Retelny, RDN With so many diets out there promising weight loss, longevity and a youthful glow, what…

Five reasons to love dark, leafy greens

Five reasons to love dark, leafy greens

By Marissa Donovan, R.D. Dark, leafy greens — like kale, spinach and collards — are packed with fiber and vitamins…

Easy ways to boost metabolism

Easy ways to boost metabolism

By Nicci Micco, M.S., EatingWell.com So you’re trying to lose weight. Join the club! Wouldn’t it be great if you…

A splash of vinegar offers surprising health benefits

A splash of vinegar offers surprising health benefits

By Gina Roberts-Grey, EatingWell.com Vinegar’s not a magic elixir — but it may be able to help your waistline, cholesterol…

Don’t fall for ‘teatoxing’

Don’t fall for ‘teatoxing’

Environmental Nutrition By Matt Ruscigno, M.P.H., R.D. Q: Are there any benefits to teatoxing? A: Of all nutrition misinformation, the…

Putting nitrates into perspective

Putting nitrates into perspective

By Densie Webb, Ph.D., R.D., Environmental Nutrition Newsletter Nitrates in processed meats such as bacon, ham, deli meats, sausages and…

Are we eating ourselves to death?

Are we eating ourselves to death?

By Steve Porter, M.D. whatdoctorsknow.com Americans spend billions of dollars every year on health and fitness. Chasing a rainbow for…