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Diet and Nutrition

An appetite for competition

The nutritional value of your food isn't the only factor in your performance. It's also about the timing and size of your meals.

Too much weight? These meds might be great

Need a jump-start to your weight-loss efforts? Check with your doctor.

Put the brakes on mindless eating

Reconnect with real hunger signals—your scale will thank you.

Cut calories, lengthen life span?

Middle-aged adults who reduce their intake show slower biological aging.

What your liver wants you to know

It has nothing to do with alcohol ... and everything to do with saturated fat.

Clean eating: What does it mean?

From the Dirty Dozen to the Clean 15, these handy concepts can help you smarten your diet.

Breathe better with fiber

Want to protect your lungs? Researchers suggest eating more than 18 grams a day.

Patient Story

A new approach to youth weight loss

An expert team helps youngsters reach ideal weight through positivity and pragmatism—and a fresh outlook on diet and exercise.

Avoid trans fat: Read the label

We’re two years away from FDA enforcement of a ban on artificial trans fat. Until then, we’ve got to read the ingredients.  

Patient Story

A new life, a new commitment

A life-threatening infection was Larry Thomas' turning point, his rock bottom. Geralyn Merkey was there to meet him.

Patient Story

Kevin takes a bite out of cancer

Cancer-fighting super heroes? See how dietitians help patients fight the good (food) fight.

‘Sunshine vitamin’ lowers MS risk

We've long known vitamin D can calm the symptoms of multiple sclerosis. Evidence shows it may help prevent it, too.

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