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protein

Time to shake it up?

If your meals are healthy and balanced, you probably don't need protein shakes. But on the go, a shake can get you through.

Super-charge your protein plan

Meats and poultry are fine—but don't overlook plants as a shelf-stable, affordable option to meet your protein needs.

Patient Story

‘It just kind of hit me’

With help from a registered dietitian, Steve Chappell dropped from 222 pounds to 175 pounds—and he plans on staying there.

Food for the ages

The risk of malnutrition grows as you get older. The right diet can strengthen your defenses.

Sports supplements—worthy or wasteful?

A dietitian shares her top advice: Those 'miracle' ingredients are readily available in a well-balanced diet.

Got pea milk?

Chances are, your local grocery store has a deluge of dairy alternatives. Learn what’s healthy for your children—and what’s not.

One egg a day? Perfectly OK

Uneasy egg eaters can take solace: Moderate egg consumption is part of a healthy diet.

Modern tastes for ancient grains

Whether you’re interested in history or health, these mysteries of history deserve a leading spot on your plate.

The bloated burden of high-fiber diets

The trick? Learn to strike the ideal balance between vegetable sources and whole grains.

New Year, new rules

If it’s healthy eating you’re after, these helpful tips can put you on the right track—and keep you there.

Get the scoop on breakfast

There's no such thing as the perfect morning meal—but there is one that's just right for you.

Deep sleep—cleansing for the brain

A good, long snooze allows your brain to purge waste products such as beta-amyloid, a protein associated with dementia.