Adults should consume three servings of whole grains a day. But according to the CDC we’re falling short of that mark.

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Using trackers can reduce enjoyment of an activity and worsen symptoms of eating disorders.

Adults should consume three servings of whole grains a day. But according to the CDC we’re falling short of that mark.

  • Jenna Birch
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One fan tells me that once I start doing it, I’ll forget I’m exercising. And she’s right.

  • Elizabeth Kiefer
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Like the Mediterranean diet, this way of eating focuses on fresh and local foods.

  • Carrie Dennett
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Fruit juice contains too much sugar and has too little fiber. Vegetable juice can be healthy, but you have to be careful about pasteurization.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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No evidence supports this fad’s claims that you can adjust your hormones through what you eat, or that doing so will lead to weight loss.

  • Christy Brissette
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Bacteria are all over workout equipment, fungal infections lurk in showers.

  • Scott Douglas
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Orthorexia nervosa is an obsession with wellness and “clean eating.”

  • Jenna Birch
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Eurocentric nutritional approaches featuring examples of slim white people don’t reflect today’s society.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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It’s a mistake to create barriers to exercise for anyone who wants to exercise.

  • Carrie Dennett
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These two taste-enhancing products are helpful for people with food sensitivities and offer some health benefits.

Americans are increasingly anxious. Here’s why one psychologist thinks that’s happening, and what you can do about it.

  • Jelena Kecmanovic
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The age-old elixir is appearing in modern products.

  • Elizabeth Kiefer
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Turkey is leaner than chicken, bison is leaner than beef.

  • Jenna Birch
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Veterinarians and doctors explore the human-animal connection.

  • Daphne Miller
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Mini-coolers, chilled bowls and color-coded trays all come in handy this season.

Studies suggest eating ultra-processed foods can lead to weight gain and risk of heart disease.

  • Amby Burfoot
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Don’t forget to set a good example.

  • Cara Rosenbloom
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A 2012 study estimated that 13 percent of American woman age 50 and older have symptoms.

  • Carrie Dennett
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With consumers trying to add fiber to their diets, manufacturers are turning to chicory root.

  • Christy Brissette
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