SHOWING ARTICLES TAGGED WITH Nutrition

4 Top Ways To Stay Healthy This Holiday Season

by Sarah Mahoney

Ten ways to get more of this key nutrient

Vitamin D Isn’t Just Good For Your Bones, Your Brain Needs It Too

Ten ways to get more of this key nutrient

by Janice Holly Booth

You resolve to develop healthier habits. Here are the metrics that measure your success.

The Metrics of Health Change: Four Numbers You Need to Know

You resolve to develop healthier habits. Here are the metrics that measure your success.

by Sarah Mahoney

From healthy foods to tranquil moods—follow these simple steps to make your house feel like a spa.

Turn Your Home Into a Wellness Retreat 

From healthy foods to tranquil moods—follow these simple steps to make your house feel like a spa.

by Kara Baskin

Amid all the changing advice, think moderation, Mediterranean

Good Fats, Bad Fats?

Amid all the changing advice, think moderation, Mediterranean

by Austin O’Connor

Eating healthy just got easier, if you follow these simple guidelines.

The Processed Food You Ought To Be Eating

Eating healthy just got easier, if you follow these simple guidelines.

by Sarah Mahoney

Little shifts, like eating more fruit or starting an exercise plan, can yield big results.

Two Small Changes That Will Make You Much Happier

Little shifts, like eating more fruit or starting an exercise plan, can yield big results.

by Sarah Mahoney

The 4 Good Groups for Brain Health

by Elizabeth Agnvall , AARP

Check out these 5 things to do, and 7 things to stop doing.

How To Make Your Brain Healthier

Check out these 5 things to do, and 7 things to stop doing.

by Elizabeth Agnvall , AARP

Learn from three midlifers who got resourceful to deal with arthritis, back pain, digestive disorders—even overweight.

Yes, You Can Reimagine Your Health

Learn from three midlifers who got resourceful to deal with arthritis, back pain, digestive disorders—even overweight.

by Sarah Mahoney, AARP Bulletin

How to Halve Your Sugar — and Eat It Too!

by Sara Altshul

Do you eat healthy foods all week, then overeat on the weekend? There’s a better way to lose weight.

How Not To Lose Weight

Do you eat healthy foods all week, then overeat on the weekend? There’s a better way to lose weight.

by Sarah Mahoney

 7 ways to improve your bedtime—and your health.

Kick Your Sex Life Up a Notch

7 ways to improve your bedtime—and your health.

by Michael Castleman

 What to eat, what to do, what to take.

7 Ways To Calm a Headache

What to eat, what to do, what to take.

by Nissa Simon

Experts are arguing about the latest dietary guidelines; understanding the issues can make you healthier

The Only Things You Need To Know About the New Dietary Guidelines

Experts are arguing about the latest dietary guidelines; understanding the issues can make you healthier

by Sarah Mahoney

Do Probiotics Really Work?

by Logan Ward

New research blows up everything you think you know about fitness and stretching.

For a Suppler Body and Fewer Injuries, Rethink How You Stretch

New research blows up everything you think you know about fitness and stretching.

by Sarah Mahoney

How two days of fasting increases resilience (and the real reason produce is good for you).

The Paradoxical Stress That Actually Boosts Your Brain

How two days of fasting increases resilience (and the real reason produce is good for you).

by Sarah Mahoney

Understanding the interplay of carbs, proteins and fats is key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight

The Secret To Eating Right: Know Your Nutrients

Understanding the interplay of carbs, proteins and fats is key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight

by Life Reimagined

Follow these simple steps, based on Dr. John Whyte’s book, New American Diet, to outwit your appetite and control food cravings.

Outsmart Your Food Cravings

Follow these simple steps, based on Dr. John Whyte’s book, New American Diet, to outwit your appetite and control food cravings.

by Life Reimagined

Embrace carbs, ditch proteins, and follow these other tips for sleeping soundly.

What To Eat for a Better Night’s Sleep

Embrace carbs, ditch proteins, and follow these other tips for sleeping soundly.

by Kara Baskin

What to eat to make sure you’re enjoying the benefits of this essential nutrient.

Are You Getting Enough Vitamin E?

What to eat to make sure you’re enjoying the benefits of this essential nutrient.

by Sarah Mahoney

Limiting saturated fats is great, but not if you replace them with crappy carbs.

Don’t Fall Prey To Cutting Fat the Wrong Way

Limiting saturated fats is great, but not if you replace them with crappy carbs.

by Sarah Mahoney

A little more seasoning can boost your health in a variety of ways.

For Heart Health, Spice It Up

A little more seasoning can boost your health in a variety of ways.

by Sarah Mahoney

Looking to improve your diet? Toss more of these proven winners into your grocery cart.

Power Up With Produce

Looking to improve your diet? Toss more of these proven winners into your grocery cart.

by Sarah Mahoney

 How percussionist Sheila E. eats well and exercises when she’s on the road

Staying Fit When Life Gets Busy

How percussionist Sheila E. eats well and exercises when she’s on the road

by Stacy Julien

  These changes in exercise and diet could help bring your numbers down.

What You Can Do To Lower Your Blood Pressure

These changes in exercise and diet could help bring your numbers down.

by Candy Sagon

To be effective—and sustainable—diet rules have to mesh with your life.

Weight-Loss Guidelines That Really Work

To be effective—and sustainable—diet rules have to mesh with your life.

by John Whyte, M.D.,

Use a new study’s scary news as a springboard to make these 4 positive changes.

Why Age 45 Is a Magic Moment for Your Health

Use a new study’s scary news as a springboard to make these 4 positive changes.

by Sarah Mahoney

It’s not how much protein you eat, it’s when you consume it that counts.

New Guideline for Protein and Weight Loss

It’s not how much protein you eat, it’s when you consume it that counts.

by Sarah Mahoney

  The battle between what you think and what you feel can undermine weight loss—unless you take these two simple steps.

Reimagining Yourself Thinner? Here’s the Secret

The battle between what you think and what you feel can undermine weight loss—unless you take these two simple steps.

by Sarah Mahoney

A new study underlines the importance of putting food out of sight to lose weight

Break Out of the See-Food, Eat-Food Rut

A new study underlines the importance of putting food out of sight to lose weight

by Sarah Mahoney

Women with big social networks reduce their risk of dementia by 26%.

How Friendship Keeps Our Brains Healthy

Women with big social networks reduce their risk of dementia by 26%.

by Michelle Diament

 Counting your calories and carbs for a more restful night

Foods That Can Help You Sleep

Counting your calories and carbs for a more restful night

by Candy Sagon

New research proves some unhealthy foods are more addictive than others.

Break Up With Enemy Foods

New research proves some unhealthy foods are more addictive than others.

by Sarah Mahoney

Make change a steady part of your diet

Break Out of Your Food Rut Today

Make change a steady part of your diet

by Sarah Mahoney

Changing the timing of night snacks may alter your metabolism

To Drop Pounds, Reset Your Eating Clock

Changing the timing of night snacks may alter your metabolism

by Sarah Mahoney

Yes, you can retrain your taste buds—to wean you from sugars and salt, From <em> Purple Clover</em>

Learn to Crave Healthy Foods

Yes, you can retrain your taste buds—to wean you from sugars and salt, From Purple Clover

by Debra Witt

Try new ways to lose weight with these 5 small behavioral changes.

Here’s What Will Make You 10 Times More Likely To Lose Weight

Try new ways to lose weight with these 5 small behavioral changes.

by Sarah Mahoney

 Yes, you can teach yourself to crave good-for-you foods

How To Make Healthy Eating Second Nature

Yes, you can teach yourself to crave good-for-you foods

by Sarah Mahoney

What appearing on <em>The Biggest Loser</em> taught one woman about helping her son—and letting him go

How My Son and I Lost 225 Pounds

What appearing on The Biggest Loser taught one woman about helping her son—and letting him go

by Janice Holly Booth

Time does make it harder, but the battle of the bulge is still winnable with these tips to lose belly fat

Waist Management

Time does make it harder, but the battle of the bulge is still winnable with these tips to lose belly fat

by Debra Witt

It’s not just what you eat but how and why you eat that counts

You & Food: Can this Relationship be Saved?

It’s not just what you eat but how and why you eat that counts

by Janice Holly Booth

Competing against skaters younger than her kids doesn’t deter Munzel from her Olympic quest

Part 1: 50-Year-Old Jacki Munzel Speed Skates the Comeback Trail to the Olympic Trials

Competing against skaters younger than her kids doesn’t deter Munzel from her Olympic quest

by Lorenzo Benet

Ditch the Stilettos! Throw out the vitamins! Oh, and get a dog. Those are just a few of the trailblazing oncologist’s rules for disease-free living in his new book

Dr. David Agus & his Obsessive Quest for a Longer Life

Ditch the Stilettos! Throw out the vitamins! Oh, and get a dog. Those are just a few of the trailblazing oncologist’s rules for disease-free living in his new book

by Tom Teicholz

How the foods you choose affect you inside out, from <em>Purple Clover</em>

Eating Well at Midlife: Feeding the Body,Mind and Soul

How the foods you choose affect you inside out, from Purple Clover