Tag: nutrition science

There's a reason why tomatoes are the most popular non-starchy produce in America. Not only are they incredibly good for you, but they're also...

If you sliced up an apple, brought it to work, and then noticed it had turned a less-than-appetizing brown by the time you sat...

Study shows people who frequently eat home-cooked meals consume fewer calories-even when they occasionally dine out.

Beta-carotene is great for your skin - but you might notice something strange if you OD.

We know this is tough to swallow, but artificial sweeteners are not a safe alternative to sugar.

Tips from a healthy eating guru.

This healthy superfood can backfire, big time. Here are six things you need to know.

The box office this summer (like most years, come to think of it) was jam-packed with action movies, from "Guardians of the Galaxy," and...

The Scientist: Julie Miller Jones, Ph.D., a licensed nutritionist and member of the scientific advisory board of the Grain Foods Foundation The Answer: We’re all...

1. Regularly eating fruit, such as apples, can contribute to weight loss. 2. Cooking Brussels sprouts releases a sulfur compound, and the longer they’re cooked,...