Food & Nutrition
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Regularly under-eating can lead to a number of mental, physical, and emotional health issues. Healthline's Franziska Spritzler gives these nine signs to help you know if you may need to eat more.
Arlene Semeco, MS, RD, seems to think so. Click the button below to see why she believes ginseng has benefits for your health. She lists SEVEN reasons...
Sucrose, glucose, and fructose are three common types of sugar that are absorbed differently and have slightly different effects on the body. Whether they occur naturally in foods or are added to them also makes a big difference in how they affect your health.
Save money when food shopping! View the U.S. Department of Agriculture's resources and tips for eating healthy on a budget.
Here's an article we had a hard time opening. But we did. And because we all want to be healthy, we know you will want to open and read it too.
This article explains why commercially fried foods are bad for you and provides some healthier alternatives to consider (thankfully).
Preliminary findings from an NIA-funded study found that a daily multivitamin might improve cognition in older adults or protect cognitive health with age.
Check out Kaitlyn Berkheiser's article on the health benefits of vitamin B12, based on science. She starts by writing that Vitamin B12 plays a key role in many aspects of health and may support bone health, red blood cell formation, energy levels, and mood.
Then read Melissa Grove's article on Vitamin B12 dosage.
Food & Nutrition
What we eat ultimately provides fuel for life. Here we strive to share information that you may find helpful or beneficial on your journey to living a more healthy life.