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You were wrongly taught to fear saturated fat for decades. Now it’s making a comeback, however, claims about saturated fat’s benefits may be going too far.
Probiotics and their healthy bacteria can be good for you, but — despite what marketers would you have believe — eating foods fortified with probiotics might be a big mistake.
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Protein is important for building muscle (and losing fat). But what do you do on a vegetarian diet? Eric Helms, Ph.D, shares how to follow a plant-based diet and still get all the protein, vitamins, and nutrients your body needs.
Having trouble figuring out whether the protein bar you like is actually good for you? You’re not alone. The options can overwhelm anyone. Which is why we worked with nutrition experts to identify what you really need to know the next time you shop.
It’s been demonized and singled out as the cause of the obesity epidemic. But is sugar bad for you? Are all sugars equal? Here’s what science has to say.
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You want a delicious guilt-free dessert with some health qualities. These homemade peanut butter protein rice krispies treats are just that and easy to make.
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It’s time to relive your childhood love for PB&J (crust-less) sandwiches except in a more convenient, waist-friendly, protein-enhanced way.