Living with gout? Here are some foods you can substitute for your old favorites. And, don’t worry, you can still enjoy a good drink and some sweets.
Superfoods have been claimed to cure everything from obesity to cancer. Learn how the term evolved and how these foods should fit in with a weight loss diet.
If you’re looking for ways to control the inflammation that has taken over your body from RA, diet may be at the top of the list.
Plant protein, from nuts, seeds, and legumes, may be much healthier for the heart than meat protein. Find out how to add more plant protein to your diet.
While those with RA respond differently to foods — some positive, and some negative — a new study shows evidence of the impact of specific foods and diets for RA. Find out which ones you should turn to, and which to avoid.
Springtime is the perfect time to focus on cleaning and organizing your fridge and pantry. Try these tips to help create order in your kitchen and inspire weight loss.
If you feel like your metabolism is slower, even after thyroid treatment, you are very likely right. Here’s how you can boost and increase a slow metabolism.
You probably know alcohol aggravates gout. But did you know lentils, certain shellfish, and sugar can also push your uric acid levels too high?
An overabundance of uric acid causes those achy joints. Here’s what to eat to keep your levels in check and help avoid painful flares.
Fruit is not off limits if you have diabetes, even though some fruits have more carbs or sugar than others. Try adding these healthy fruit choices to your diet.