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Whole Foods

Consulting Dr. Internet

Online searches can put billions of pages of medical information into a patient's hands. That's not always helpful.

Rise and dine

Optimize your breakfast game with smart food swaps and meal timing.

Spice it up

Your go-to herbs and spices are good for more than just a flavor boost—they can also help fight disease and inflammation.

Milk, demystified

Whole, 2% or 1%? Cow's milk or plant-based? Here's what you need to know when weighing the many options.

Patient Story

‘I changed everything, cold turkey’

After a diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, Alan Barchett's commitment to diet and lifestyle change has helped him reclaim his health.

Gardening for good health

Follow these smart steps to get the most from your happy place.

Small spaces, great gardening

You don't need a sprawling backyard to grow your own fresh veggies and herbs. Just a few pots and a little patience will do the trick.

Top snacks for testy taste buds

Healthy snacks that are quick, easy and readily available will set you up for a win.

Behold, the mushroom

They aren't often the prettiest food, but many varieties can promote a healthy gut and strengthen the immune system.

Make it homemade—and healthier

With just a few simple ingredient swaps, you can boost the nutritional content of your favorite snacks and meals.

Six ways to get ready for rhubarb

It's no secret this vegetable is an odd one. But it’s also incredibly delicious.

Waste not, want not

A smart approach to shopping, preparation and storage can lengthen the life of your healthiest foods.