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Eat to Win
Track and field Olympian Marion Jones was America’s darling during the 2000 Olympic games in Sydney, bringing home...
How to Eat for Your DNA
After living together for more than three decades, my partner Steven and I couldn’t be more alike. We eat the same...
Breakfast of Champions
When Olympians plan what they’ll eat in the morning, they rarely call it breakfast. “They look at it as a pre-training...
Beyond Cholesterol: The role of inflammation
The evidence linking elevated cholesterol to heart-disease risk may be rock-solid, but there are still mysteries. One...
Whole-Grain Benefits of Popcorn
Popcorn eaters get 250% more whole grains in their diet than people who don’t eat popcorn, suggests data from the...
The Benefits of Vitamin D
Vitamin D is so critical to our health that nature designed a fail-safe way to obtain it: from the sun. Throughout...
Soy Reconsidered
On almost every list of the 10 healthiest foods, you’ll find soy. This seemingly “magic bean” has been reputed to help...
6 Remedies for Sleep Problems—Do They Work?
Unrelenting insomnia has become a part of my life. Colleagues joke about my 3 a.m. e-mails; my husband groans at my...
Saffron to Boost Your Mood
Most Americans know saffron as the costly spice that lends a golden hue to paella and bouillabaisse. But according to...
Pomegranate: The Wellness Fruit
There are many good reasons to pick up a pomegranate: they’re festive, seasonal, pack tons of antioxidants and, a new...
Take a Pass on Gas
It’s true. Beans, beans, are good for the heart. The rest of that silly childhood poem is unfortunately true too. And...
The Health Benefits of Mushrooms
Looking for an easy way to jazz up your salads, soups and stir-fries? Toss in a handful of white button mushrooms (...
How Much Folate Do You Need?
Every time the body makes new cells, it needs folate, the B vitamin that’s abundant in beans, fruits and vegetables—...
Flaxseed for Hot Flashes?
New research suggests that lignans, estrogen-like compounds in flaxseeds, may help relieve hot flashes. In the pilot...
5 Nutrition Myths Busted
1. Myth: Turkey makes you sleepy. Turkey alone will not make you sleepy. It’s true that L-tryptophan, an essential...
Does Total Fiber Intake Matter More Than The Fiber Source?
Soluble. Insoluble. Viscous. Fermentable. Fiber’s many forms can confuse the most ardent health nut and even nutrition...
What Is Chia Seed?
Move over flax and hemp. The latest super seed to sprout on store shelves is ch-ch-ch-chia, a cousin of the seeds (...
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