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3 nutritionists show what they are eating during the coronavirus lockdown, and how to make the meals yourself

As social distancing and coronavirus lockdowns continue, here are top tips from nutritionists and what meals and recipes they're cooking at home.

4 tips for eating well from your freezer during a coronavirus quarantine, according to nutritionists

If you're stockpiling food to reduce grocery trips, your freezer can keep veggies, fruit, dairy, eggs, and bread, as well as pre-made meals.
Drinking too much while self-isolating may not do your immune system any favors.

As people across the globe are told to stay inside, many are turning to alcohol — but it could be making you sick

A quarantini may be a fun idea, but drinking too many as a coping mechanism during the coronavirus pandemic is unlikely to do you any favors.
Working from home can alter your routines — and that includes mealtimes.

How to structure a healthy diet while you’re working from home during the coronavirus pandemic, according to nutrition experts

Working from home can alter your routines. We asked nutrition experts what to eat when you're working from home and how to eat to stay healthy.
You can eat plain white rice on a low residue diet.

What is a low residue diet and what you can eat on it

A low residue diet is meant to help you recover from diarrhea and other digestive issues. Here's what you can and cannot eat on it.

A famous author has raised more than $60,000 to deliver restaurant takeout to emergency room workers

Best-selling author Ayelet Waldman decided to take some meals to her local ER in Oakland, California, then was inspired to continue.
In addition to canned food, be sure to pick up non-perishable options like dry rice and pasta.

The best canned foods for emergencies and what you should be stocking up on

When you are stocking up on non-perishable items, think about including high-protein items like canned tuna, salmon, and beans.

Intermittent fasting may be a bad idea during the coronavirus pandemic, according to experts

Intermittent fasting and other diets that restrict calorie intake could just put additional stress on your body during an already-challenging time.

Coronavirus anxiety and quarantining could increase eating disorder risk. Here’s what to look out for.

Social distancing, stockpiling, and quarantining to prevent the coronavirus could put people increased risk of disordered eating.

What happens to your body and brain when you’re quarantined, and how to cope

Confining yourself to a home or practicing 'social distancing' may be necessary, but can come with uncomfortable side effects.