This week, the American Heart Association advised against consuming coconut oil for heart health. But is there a place for saturated fat in our diets?
You know a no-carb diet won’t do, but what about low-carb mixed with high-carb days? Learn what carb cycling is, and which meal plan will work for you.
A new study questions your habit of always reaching for that post-workout protein. Here’s how the facts shake out so you can re-fuel the right way.
Sipping a cup of coffee before you hit the gym can boost your energy and your performance. But you should take a few precautions. We break down the science.
Meet the new meat. Innovative brands of beef, bison, turkey, chicken and salmon jerky are about to become your new go-to portable snack.
Could fasting help you lose weight, boost energy, and improve your overall health? Get the facts on the five most common intermittent fasting methods.
From La Croix to Polar, your love for sparkling water has some health benefits, but it can also cause bloating and cavities. Follow these tips to sip smart.
Street food doesn’t have to mean fried, greasy fare. These 11 food trucks across the U.S. offer good-for-you options you can take on the go.
Imagine eating only uncooked vegetables and fruits every day. The raw food diet is just that simple — or is it? Learn the pros and cons of going raw.
Our exposure to pollen, pesticides and toxic chemicals is at an all time high. But are they to blame for the rise in adult-onset allergies? Experts weigh in.
It’s time you put more thought into what goes into your green juice. These top ingredients will help boost your immune system and vary the flavor profile, too.
Searching for plant-based supplements can get super confusing. Here’s how to decode labels so you pick a stand-out product.
Ice cream that’s low in calories and sugar does exist. Whether you’re dairy-free or want the real deal, you won’t regret indulging in these frozen treats.
Salt has gotten a bad rap over the years, but new research shows that sodium isn’t the only factor that affects blood pressure and heart disease risk.