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10 (Almost) No-Cook Ways To Get Your Protein Fill

You’ll barely break a sweat with these easy dietitian-approved recipes.

Should You Wait To Cool Leftovers Before Storing in the Refrigerator?

Yes, but it’s critical to cool and store your food properly. Here’s how.

The FDA Just Approved a Major Health Claim for Yogurt

It often takes years, and evaluation of several scientific studies, to get claims officially approved. Now, yogurt makers can say that the food may lower the risk of type 2 diabetes.

7 Foods That Can Boost Your Brain

Plus, how to get more of them on a budget.

Eating With Your Gut in Mind May Also Be Good for Your Brain

A growing body of research shows that eating to support your microbiome can also influence your brain and mental health.

What Is Vinegar?

Plus, a guide to all the different types of vinegar.

What Is Okra? And How Do You Use It?

What it tastes like, how to minimize sliminess and its nutritional benefits according to Food Network's resident dietician.

Why Kids and Teens Shouldn’t Have Energy Drinks

While the drinks are widely available, and some even celebrity-endorsed, they pose dangers that kids and parents alike may not be …

Should You Try the Atlantic Diet?

Here’s a breakdown of its basics, and what to consider.

You May Accidentally Be Having More Caffeine Than You Realize

While it’s simple to keep track of the number of caffeinated drinks you have in a day, the stimulant has been making its way into …

5 Foods That Are Good for Your Skin

Skin care, and health, isn’t just about what you put on your face.

Does the Order That You Eat Food During a Meal Improve Diabetes?

Food sequencing can look something like eating vegetables first, and saving carbohydrates for the end.

Are You Eating Probiotics All Wrong?

Here are do’s and don’ts for getting the most out of good-for-your-gut bacteria.

7 Best Ready-to-Drink Protein Shakes, According to a Dietitian

A dietitian and certified athletic trainer shares her top picks for packaged post-workout protein shakes.

Is Prediabetes Reversible?

Yes, and here’s how you can eat to bring your blood sugar levels back to normal.

4 Nutrients You Need During Pregnancy

These nutrients are required to support your body’s increased needs. Focusing on food sources and supplementing as necessary is im …

How To Sweeten Desserts With Fruit Instead of Sugar

The general rule of thumb is to substitute half the amount of sugar in a recipe with fruit puree. We tested the best fruits for th …

Is There Anything to ‘Oatzempic?’

Sure, oats are good for you — but is there any real science behind this TikTok trend?

16 New Products That Are Better for You – And Dietitian-Approved

From easier ways to eat fish to more protein-packed options, there are a host of foods worth trying out.

5 Creatine Myths You Should Stop Believing

A sports medicine doctor sheds insight on the popular supplement and why you might want to add it to your routine.

This Diabetes Dietitian Wants You To Embrace Carbs and Your Culture

Mindfully eating carbs, especially those that hold cultural significance, can be part of a healthy, balanced diet. It’s also impor …

Do Sleepy Girl Mocktails Really Work?

You shouldn’t believe everything you see on TikTok, but doctors say there might be something to this one.

10 (Almost) No-Cook Ways To Get Your Protein Fill

You’ll barely break a sweat with these easy dietitian-approved recipes.

Should You Wait To Cool Leftovers Before Storing in the Refrigerator?

Yes, but it’s critical to cool and store your food properly. Here’s how.

The FDA Just Approved a Major Health Claim for Yogurt

It often takes years, and evaluation of several scientific studies, to get claims officially approved. Now, yogurt makers can say …

What Are Sweet Proteins? And Are They a Good Substitute for Sugar?

I tried Oobli, the first company in the U.S. to use sweet proteins in its products.

How to Heal Your Gut, According to a Dietitian

Everybody’s G.I. tract is different, but eating certain foods can help alleviate symptoms — like bloating and some skin issues — c …

What Is Creatine? And Should You Take It?

The wildly popular supplement is being touted as a way to enhance athletic performance.

Is It Safe to Eat Leftover Rice?

Yes, if you follow a few simple guidelines.

4 Nutrition Tips to Boost Your Energy During Pregnancy

Low energy is a common frustration, but there are ways you can alleviate it.