Agency sets short- and long-term goals in effort to cut Americans’ risk of high blood pressure, heart disease, stroke Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Nutrition, Sodium
Looking for an easy way to get more greens in your diet? Try this simple sautéed Swiss chard recipe. In the spectrum of greens, Swiss chard lies between spinach and kale—not as tender as spinach, not as tough as kale. But like spinach, you can easily sauté it in some olive oil in just a…
Extensive study concludes they’re as safe to eat as food from traditional plant-breeding methods Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Food Safety, Nutrition
Eating potatoes 4 or more times a week linked to higher readings in study Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Pages: Diets, High Blood Pressure, Nutrition
USDA product helps consumers track expiration dates Source: HealthDay Related MedlinePlus Page: Food Safety
I was so excited about our Bob’s Red Mill Flour Challenge! I love to bake, so this challenge was right up my alley! I immediately knew that I wanted to use the whole wheat flour in an adapted version of an apple muffin recipe I’ve made many times, and I was really happy with the results.I have other products from Bob’s Red Mill (I use their flaxseed meal ALL the time), but I had never tried their flours. In this recipe, I used Bob’s whole wheat flour and I loved it. I don’t buy wheat flour very
New research shows that the bacteria living in our intestinal tract could have more influence on our health than we realize, says Ellen Michal, a registered dietician at Duke Raleigh’s Lifestyle and Disease Management Center.
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There’s a reason so many of us struggle with losing weight (and keeping it off). Cutting-edge research is pointing toward a surprising new explanation—one that has little to do with lack of willpower. (Thank goodness.) In fact, the problem is that you’ve been doing what you were told to do—slash calories, cut fat.Conventional wisdom holds that weight loss is nothing more than simple math. Take in fewer calories than you expend, and the pounds will fall off as predictably as leaves from an autumn tree. But thousands of failed diets have shown that the low-calorie approach doesn’t work, says David Ludwig, MD, an endocrinologist at Boston Children’s Hospital and a professor at Harvard Medical School. “When you cut calories, the body fights back, making you hungrier, among other things,” he explains. “Weight is controlled by our biology more than our…
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Did you know your neck crick or shoulder ache may actually mean you’re tight somewhere else? Troubleshoot your sore spots and work out the real pain points in just a few minutes a day.
4 Stretches You Should Be Doing (But Aren’t)
Health’s fitness editor picks the road and trail sneakers that will rock your world.
The Best Running Shoes for Spring 2016