Highly processed foods make up half the caloric intake of the average American; a new study finds that these foods are associated with a 30 percent higher risk of early death.Read More
There’s nothing wrong with a cup of coffee. Coffee by itself is actually part of a healthy diet and lifestyle. But coffee and sugar are connected in more than one way.
In skin disorders, much like in other fields of medicine, further research shows that what we eat, unsurprisingly, affects our wellbeing.Read More
The glycemic index has crept upon our food experience. Haven’t immersed yourself in the glycemic index yet? It’s never too late. Or maybe, a new study suggests, it’s still too early.Read More
Which-is-Worse games can be silly, but the fat vs. sugar question might have real health implications. The 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans target both saturated fats and added sugars as nutrients to limit and seem to give them equal weight. A new paper comes to a very different conclusion.Read More
The image repeatedly attached to the new Dietary Guidelines for Americans is one of puzzle pieces, in which foods – and exercise – fit in to create a healthful whole. It’s an apt one.Read More