Some people with rheumatoid arthritis say eating gluten-free helps control their symptoms. Here's how to decide if you should go gluten free.
What you eat can improve rheumatoid arthritis symptoms...or make them act up. Learn how to tweak your diet to feel better today.
These days, more and more kids are guzzling healthier milk and water over soda pop and juice, and we couldn't be more proud.
Beware of some vegetables, soy, gluten, and canned foods, among others.
When you eat to beat the inflammation associated with MS, you’ll not only start to feel better day to day but you’ll get some bonus health benefits, too.
There’s no magic food that will instantly eliminate symptoms of psoriasis or psoriatic arthritis, but there are some simple guidelines proven to help.
The short answer: a healthy one! We've got doctor-approved advice can improve your overall health and your quality of life, too.
You exercise and try to eat right, but your doc is still telling you your triglycerides are too high? Maybe it’s those less-than-obvious habits (looking at you coffee drinks!) that are to blame.
No sugar. Low carb. All the fat! Whether these eating edicts work on whittling your waist or not, there's evidence that certain diets can start (or stop) a psoriasis flare.
If you’re cutting down on your carb intake for blood sugar control, try these delicious diabetes friendly keto recipies.