As people across the globe are told to stay inside, many are turning to alcohol — but it could be making you sick
A quarantini may be a fun idea, but drinking too many as a coping mechanism during the coronavirus pandemic is unlikely to do you any favors.
A low residue diet is meant to help you recover from diarrhea and other digestive issues. Here's what you can and cannot eat on it.
When you are stocking up on non-perishable items, think about including high-protein items like canned tuna, salmon, and beans.
Intermittent fasting and other diets that restrict calorie intake could just put additional stress on your body during an already-challenging time.
Coronavirus anxiety and quarantining could increase eating disorder risk. Here's what to look out for.
Social distancing, stockpiling, and quarantining to prevent the coronavirus could put people increased risk of disordered eating.
Whether you're trying out the keto diet or are just looking for some substitutes for this popular dish, here are some great low-carb options.
Magnesium is a vital macromineral that helps the human body repair DNA, build protein, and mentally process information efficiently.
Early studies indicate that nearly 80% of people who use Noom will lose weight with the help of Noom's support groups and dietitians.
The one-meal-a-day (OMAD) diet is an extreme form of intermittent fasting where you fast for 23 hours in between meals.
Those with a BMI of 30 or greater are considered obese. But they can reduce the risk of disease with regular exercise and leading an active lifestyle.
What you need to know about what causes visceral fat, how to tell when you have too much of it, and steps you can take to get rid of a flabby tummy.
Some wellness brands are advertising vitamins and herbal supplements to boost your immune system but they aren't proven to prevent the coronavirus.
You may not need 8 cups of water a day. To stay hydrated, make sure you're getting enough fluids in the day and not just glasses of water.
A new study has found replacing butter or margarine with olive oil improves heart health, reducing the risk of cardiovascular disease by 5%.
Vitamin D helps the body absorb calcium, build strong muscles, maintain a healthy immune system, and prevent neurodegenerative conditions.
The most nutritional versions of corn are the least processed. Unprocessed corn can be a good source of vital nutrients like magnesium and potassium.
The early symptoms of magnesium deficiency are loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, fatigue, and weakness.
Eating a low-carb diet may help prevent brain aging according to a new study, but nutritionists aren't convinced
The study also suggests brain aging could start much younger than previously thought, with people as young as 47 showing signs.
The SIBO diet is designed for those with a condition called small intestinal bacterial overgrowth, which has symptoms like excess gas and diarrhea.
The average American consumes 4,500 calories on Thanksgiving. Even if it's not a holiday, here are tips to feel better after eating too much.