Healthy Eating

No food has been more unjustly maligned than the potato. Here's a healthy potato recipe to give you food for thought.
Do you know where the majority of your nitrates and nitrites come from? The answer may surprise you.
You know salt affects blood pressure, but what about dairy products? A new study asked how dairy impacts hypertension.
Diets, while well-intended, are just distractions from the larger issues that lurk beneath the surface. And they are likely making you fatter and less healthy.
Why do we jump into crazy diets? That’s like saying “I want to deadlift, so I’m going to deadlift as heavy as I can every day.”
These lessons will benefit anyone who wants to improve their nutrition, regardless of which diet camp he or she falls into.
Unfortunately, many people who skip breakfast are those who need it most - young and growing athletes.
The AHA might recommend eating more animal products to improve heart health, but not everyone feels the same way.
How does high-fiber bread stack up against regular old wheat bread? A new study aimed to find out.
On a real food plan but longing for a BLT, just like the good old days? Try this healthy and delicious alternative.
Do you know the chemistry of capsaicin, its involvement in gene activation and calorie burning, and how it can actually make you feel full?
In the short term, inexpensive fast food appears to suffice as a viable glycogen replenishment choice following high-effort training sessions.
Stress and low energy are recipes for ruining a workout. A new study suggests the amino acid ornithine might help.
Not only are walnuts good for general health, but they might also help you recover from workouts faster.
Multivitamins have come under fire lately, but new research suggests they may have redeeming qualities.
Since soy’s health claims seem to be unsubstantiated, should we avoid anything that says it contains soy lecithin?
Is more protein always better? Does working out make a difference? A unique new study explored these questions.