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Articles by Karen Collins, MS, RD, CDN
Do lettuce varieties have such different nutritional values that some aren't worth eating? We've got the answer for you.
People with diabetes should consume at least the recommended amount of fiber for the general population. Are you getting enough fiber? Learn how you can do it.
Does the serving size listed on a food label signify the amount that is healthy for you to eat? No, not always.
Reaching for foods in a form lowest in health negatives and highest in nutritional positives can be confusing. Here are some tips to help when shopping for healthier, less processed foods.
Most Americans know that health risks such as high blood cholesterol and blood sugar are important to monitor, but a growing number of researchers believe that other major factors with far-ranging effects on heart disease and cancer should be getting more attention. One of these big factors is inflammation.
Are coupons helping you or hurting you? Take a few minutes to review whether you are using coupons to your best overall advantage.
Science has confirmed the role that excess body fat plays in health problems like heart disease, diabetes and cancer. But conventional wisdom has always associated an increased risk for these diseases with overweight and obesity -- until now.
Foods with a low GI are digested and absorbed more slowly, causing a more gradual rise in blood sugar and preventing rapid spikes in insulin levels.
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