Italian researchers have found that consuming small amounts of pasta does not cause weight gain or obesity, contrary to what we are normally told.
Harvard researchers analyzed 12 studies and found that consuming ample amounts of whole grains can help people live longer.
A review of several studies suggests that people should stick to 3 meals a day, eat together with their household, and maintain a regular eating pattern.
Food fraudsters have put cheap additives in as much as 80% of extra virgin olive oil sold in the U.S. Here are some tips on choosing safe brands.
In an analysis of 7 previous studies, researchers found that young migraine sufferers are more likely to have vitamin deficiencies.
Science has shown once again that eating a diet rich in protein creates feelings of satiety that help people feel full longer.
Sweet basil seeds are emerging as a new superfood that can replace or be used with chia seeds for a potent nutritional punch. Here are 11 reported health benefits of basil seeds.
Did you know that spinach could build the strength of the macular pigment, a shield against vision loss? Eat spinach for eyesight!
The results of a massive new study suggest that teen girls who consume plenty of fruits and veggies significantly cut their risk of future breast cancer.
The FDA is hoping that restaurants and food companies will comply with proposed voluntarily guidelines intended to reduce Americans’ sodium intake.
Starting June 6, 2015 chain restaurants in New York City must include a symbol next to dishes containing excessive amounts of salt, or they can be fined $200,
American citizens scored a big win on Friday when the FDA announced that food companies must overhaul nutrition labels by July 2018.
Researchers have found that people who eat a long-term vegetarian diet may have DNA mutations raising their cancer risk and changing nutritional needs.
New research warns that tacking children off gluten, while citing celiac disease or gluten sensitivity, could actually be more damaging than helpful.
New guidance recommends exposing at-risk infants to certain allergenic foods to prevent a future allergy. Check out this research.
Obese children’s health and weight improved when extra sugar in their diets was replaced with non-sugary foods. No change was made in calories or junk food.
Study finds women whose consumption of seafood followed federal guidelines had 11 times more mercury in their bodies than those who ate no fish.