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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.
What you eat ultimately plays an important role in your risk for developing breast cancer. Learn more about what to choose to increase the odds of staying cancer-free.
What you eat could impact how you feel day to day. And now researchers say it could even improve the effectiveness of your treatments.
A review of 19 studies reported a decreased risk of Crohn’s disease in people who ate more fruits and veggies and got more fiber. Here are some tasty smoothie recipes to help you meet your nutrition goals and reduce your Crohn's risk.
Put down the vitamin bottle for a second and listen up: A new study found that it’s the nutrients from food you eat that benefit you most.
... For your arteries, that is. We dig into new research to see what it means for the rest of your body.
New research suggests that white meat may not be much healthier than beef after all.
While there is no evidence that a particular diet can reduce your risk, results from multiple studies show a link between bladder cancer and what we eat. So it wouldn’t hurt to stock up on yogurt, green tea, and oranges — and also, they’re delicious, so why wouldn’t you want to?
If you live with celiac disease, or simply eat gluten-free, and you're worried about weight gain, avoid extra pounds by following these tips.
If you live with inflammatory bowel disease, overhauling your diet can be exhausting. Here's where to start for better IBD health.