Five diet rules for a healthy heart

Five diet rules for a healthy heart

Heart disease may be the leading cause of death for Americans, but here’s a heartening statistic: About half of heart-disease…

Fertility and Diet: Is There a Connection?

Fertility and Diet: Is There a Connection?

Harvard Health Blog Here are some headlines on fertility and diet that caught our attention: The ultimate fertility diet: We…

How to Outsmart Your Appetite

How to Outsmart Your Appetite

You work out regularly and watch what you eat. So why do you have to lie down to button your…

Millet: No ‘Run-of-the-Mill’ Grain

Millet: No ‘Run-of-the-Mill’ Grain

Environmental Nutrition Newsletter What is millet? It may not be in most kitchens, but the popularity of this grain is…

Why (and How) to Cut Saturated Fats From Your Diet

Why (and How) to Cut Saturated Fats From Your Diet

The 411 on limiting saturated fats. Chances are, nothing good comes to mind when you hear those words. That’s because…

Study Shows Marketing Health Food to Kids Works

Study Shows Marketing Health Food to Kids Works

The Kid’s Doctor The marketing of foods to children continues to be a hot topic. As any parent knows, by…

Environmental Nutrition: Here’s to Tomatoes!

Environmental Nutrition: Here’s to Tomatoes!

Brilliant red tomatoes tug heavily at their vines, ripe and plump with the flavor and fragrance of summer. Tomatoes were…

Food Synergy Boosts Nutrition

Food Synergy Boosts Nutrition

Pancakes and maple syrup, spaghetti and meatballs, chocolate and strawberries — these are the “Thelma and Louises” of the food…

Is Coffee Bad for You?

Is Coffee Bad for You?

The once maligned beverage has emerged in recent years as a sort of health food, or rather drink. The public…

3 Breakfast Boosters to Keep You Going All Day

3 Breakfast Boosters to Keep You Going All Day

Starting the day with breakfast gets the entire day off on the right foot — but many of us skip…