A new study shows that when part of a behavioral weight loss plan, eating pistachios can result in better blood pressure and increased fiber intake.
Ever since the beginning of the pandemic, #DepressionMealCheck has trended on TikTok. Dietitians share some easy ways to make your meals more nutritious.
A new study finds that eating 1 cup of raw green leafy vegetables gives the body vegetable nitrates—a nutrient that can reduce cardiovascular disease risk.
According to a recent study, older adults who ate walnuts had greater cognitive scores when compared with those who did not eat walnuts. Walnuts contain brain-healthy nutrients and including them into a dietary pattern could play a positive role in brain health.
Experts say that lifestyle changes caused by staying at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic should not be ignored, as they could have health consequences.
Using information found online via posts and reviews can help researchers identify foodborne illness outbreaks, according to a recent study.
A new study has looked at whether eating fruits and vegetables with pesticide residue on them is linked to your risk of early death.
Surprisingly enough, Rice Krispies Treats can actually help boost your energy levels during a tough workout.