New research shows that just a two-to-five minute walk after a big meal can have a significant impact on keeping blood sugar levels from fluctuating. Researchers say even just standing is better for you than sitting.
- Eating Well
If you're looking to reduce your carb intake, these delicious dinner recipes will make it a delicious endeavor. Plus, these recipes are high in fiber, boasting at least 6 grams per serving thanks to ingredients like asparagus, onions and avocados. Pair recipes like our Loaded Cauliflower Casserole and Salmon-Stuffed Avocados with a side salad for a tasty and healthy meal that will help you meet your nutrition goals.
- Women's Health
The GOLO diet plan claims insulin is the reason people aren't losing weight and offers a supplement to help—but medical experts aren't sure about the claims.
It’s no secret that a healthy, balanced diet isn’t complete without the right vitamins and minerals. Each vitamin has a unique set of benefits, and vitamin B plays a major role in keeping our minds and bodies functioning at an optimal level. In fact, research shows that B vitamins help enzymes do ...
- Eating Well
You can plan affordable, delicious, nutritious meals when you have diabetes, even if you're on a budget. This 7-day dinner plan includes a balance of affordable whole grains, vegetables, lean meats, plant-based proteins and heart-healthy fats.
- The Hill
Nearly all baby foods — both store-bought and homemade — that American parents feed their children contain detectable amounts of toxic heavy metals, a new study has found. The study, conducted by the Health Babies Bright Futures alliance, found that 94 percent of pre-packaged foods marketed for babies and toddlers contain heavy metals like lead and arsenic.…
- The Takeout
Though my older child is entering first grade this year, I’ve been packing her lunches for years. As other working parents can attest, many of us start packing lunch before our children can even chew. And then, depending on what school lunch is available, and whether our kids will eat it, we continue to pack lunches. Every. Single. Day.
- Yahoo Life UK
The amount you need to stay hydrated, according to experts.