Does your diet need a nutritional tune-up? A healthful diet doesn't have to be bland and boring.
How many cups of vegetables should you eat each day? How about milk? Meat? The My
Plate eating plan can help you find out.
A 40-year-old’s body doesn’t work quite the same as a 25-year-old’s. But you knew that. What you might not know is there are ways to slow the aging process. If you’re approaching — or already smack in the middle of — middle-age, you might want to give this video a watch.
Did you know the average American eats out five times a week? That can lead to a weight gain of 10 pounds a year! Make sure “dining out” doesn’t become “dining out of control” with these tips from Dr. Martin.
With childhood obesity on the rise, should parents worry about the weight of their
Here are some common medicinal herbs. Most herbs have not been completely tested to
see how well they work or to see if they interact with other herbs, supplements, medicines,
Vegetables offer not only a variety of flavors and textures--they are also packed
with nutrients. But many Americans limit their vegetable consumption to just a few
Can eating prunes actually keep you regular? Is the saltwater gargle just an old wives’ tale? And ladies, is there an all-natural way to avoid menstrual cramps? Find out in this week’s Flyer.
A minute on the lips, forever on the hips holds SOME truth for your favorite carbs like pasta and doughnuts. Believe it or not, the healthiest person you know probably eats a rather high-carb diet—and it's not cause he or she is prepping for a big race. Licensed dietitian Rachel Baer weighs in on carbs.
Mom and Day, believe it or not, introducing peanuts to children at an early age could actually keep them free from this common allergy. Here’s why the new studies and guidelines are putting peanuts back on the menu.
Dr. Martin has the buzz on how drinking beer in moderation may offer some surprising benefits to your skeletal and digestive systems. Here's to good health!