We’ve all seen ads for dietary supplements that claim they can make us thinner or healthier. But how do you know if a claim is backed by science, or if it’s just another fad or scam? Here are a few tips to help you know the difference.
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Consumers spend billions of dollars each year on dietary supplements. Here’s what you should know if you take, or are planning to take, any dietary supplements.
If you gain a couple of pounds every holiday season, there may be some surprising causes. Making some small lifestyle changes can help keep your weight in check all season long.
If you’re thinking of going vegetarian, you may be concerned that you won’t get the nutrients you need to be healthy. However, there are plenty of meat-free ways to get protein, calcium and iron regularly into your diet.
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Foods high in fiber are generally low in fat and calories, fill you up more, and keep you full longer. Plus, the same foods that are high in fiber tend to be high in essential vitamins, minerals, antioxidants, and sometimes even protein.
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For many people, weight is a challenging topic to talk about.
SPOILER ALERT: All of the best eating plans focus on foods that come from the ground in their whole, unprocessed form.