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You don’t have to be a nutritionist to know that the caffeine in your coffee could interfere with your Z’s, but other foods and drinks could also be preventing you from getting the rest you need —...
Yogurt-covered pretzels
It’s one of the oldest tricks in marketing — slap a healthy-sounding name on something that isn’t really all that healthy and then wait for shoppers to eat it up. Yogurt-covered foods, which seem...
homemade granola recipes
On a long nature hike, you probably wouldn’t reach for a candy bar for an energy boost, but many granola bars pack a similar amount of fat and sugar. Here are some healthy homemade granola recipes...
After a recent trip to the grocery store, I sat down with a package of Oreos. I’ll have just one or two, I told myself. Then maybe one more. Before I knew it, an entire sleeve had disappeared. And...
Your best bet to lower sugar intake is, of course, loading up on vegetables. But like most foods, some veggies are lower in sugar than others.
The World Health Organization suggests sugar intake stay below 10% of total daily calories, with a goal of consumption dropping to 5%.
Avoiding heavy cream and sugar means saving about a bajillion calories and will go a long way toward keeping those arteries unclogged, but does it mean sacrificing taste? We decided to put some of...
We all know what it’s like to go home at the end of a particularly stressful day and collapse onto the couch with ice cream, pizza or other high-fat “comfort” foods. Stress triggers our desire for...
A roundup of this week’s health-and-wellness stories, from the latest in hard science to the strangest head-scratchers hurtling through the Interspace.
The occasional juice can be a great way to get some of your daily essential vitamins and minerals, but don't be fooled into thinking it's the equivalent of chowing down on whole fruits and vegetables.

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