A new clinical analysis strengthens the notion that moderate exercise can help older adults reclaim some of their mental acuity.
Those sweets and treats you innocently choose at the checkout line will have a cumulative effect on your health.
If it’s healthy eating you’re after, these helpful tips can put you on the right track—and keep you there.
Rich in nutrients and protein, soy is an ideal solution for a quick pick-me-up between meals.
If it's milk you crave—or you just want a calcium boost—try to incorporate low- or no-fat varieties into recipes and coffee drinks.
There's no proof of cause-and-effect, but there's little doubt that control of blood sugar will benefit brain and body.
Gaining a deeper understanding of your glycemic index can help you refine your diet for maximum benefit.
Monitoring your weight daily can help you today and in the long term.
You don't need a cruise ship or flight to enjoy the benefits of this delicious diet—these foods are at your neighborhood grocery.
What determines your cognitive output? Your nutritional input.
Boost your diet with brown or the whole-grain form.
Tailor your carbohydrate intake to your specific needs for optimal results.
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