Diet Tips to Help Manage Bipolar Disorder

Living with bipolar disorder? What you eat can actually affect your treatment — for better, or worse. Here are some tips to aid in managing bipolar disorder.

By Carmen Roberts, MS, RD, LDN

Significant Weight Loss Reverses Diabetes

Can you become non-diabetic with substantial weight loss? One study suggests you can.

By Gerri Miller

Change Your Diet, Change Your Life With RA

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.

By Cathy Kramer

Pantry and Fridge Spring Cleaning: Ticket to Weight Loss

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.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Zero Calories, Zero Problems? Not So Fast

If you’ve heeded the warnings about eating too much sugar and have turned to diet sodas and artificial sweeteners to satisfy your sweet tooth, beware. Research suggests these products can cause health problems linked to an increased risk for obesity, ...

By Diane Domina

Recipe for Weight Loss, Glucose Control Lies in Meal Size

A 2018 study suggests that not only what you eat, but how much you eat and when may have significant effects on weight loss and blood glucose control.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Should I Work Out If I Have a Cold?

It’s the age-old question of — sleep it out, or sweat it out? Which is the best for your body to heal?

By Jeffrey Heit, M.D.

Daily Bread: Fighting Obesity With Photography

A photographer works to illustrate cultural and social influences on family diet and health.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Health Links Between Breastfeeding and Obesity

Research shows that women living with obesity are less likely to breastfeed, concerning health officials.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

Too Much Weight in Early Pregnancy Linked to Early Childhood

Before starting a family, it’s important to talk with your doctor about what a healthy pregnancy weight means for you.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.