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Real fruit juice is loaded with purely natural sugars, but that doesn't mean it's healthy.
Processed foods make us fatter and are linked to a higher risk of cancer. Here’s what science suggests we should eat instead.
Scientists are zeroing in on the ways that processed foods lead people to gain weight. But there are healthy alternatives.
Processed foods make us fatter, lead to cancer, and are linked with early death. But what exactly is a processed food?
Scientists have clear ways of defining which foods are processed. A lot of it has to do with the ingredients that keep items shelf-stable.
There are lots of great snacks that nutritionists swear by, Here are two they avoid at all costs.
Dr. Thomas Chi, a urologist at UCSF, said people often forget to hydrate when they start dieting. Being dehydrated can lead to overeating.
Keto and Whole30 are exploding in popularity, but they can be dangerous if you’re not careful. Here’s what to know before starting them.
Popular diets in 2019 include the high-fat keto diet and the restrictive Whole30 plan. Here's what you need to know.
It turns out pairing the keto diet with intermittent fasting might have some benefits. It's important, however, to take certain precautions before trying the two diets at the same time. INSIDER spoke to experts to figure out if you can, and should, do the keto diet and intermittent fasting.
Because sugar is a carb, many keto dieters drastically reduce their sugar intake, but they eliminate healthier carbs too. Nutritionists are starting to notice that people who live the longest tend to incorporate more plant-based foods, including fiber-rich carbs, into their diets.
Eating cheese may be associated with a lower risk of death — and scientists are zeroing in on why it might be a better choice than milk
A little cheese and yogurt isn't going to kill you. In fact, it may be linked to a longer life, as researchers at the European Society of Cardiology Congress 2018 reported. They're learning that the fat in dairy may not be as bad for us as once thought.