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The nutrition trend is all over TikTok, and it’s actually not a bad idea

The buzziest supplement on the market might just live up to the hype. Here are our favorite new products.

Quick fixes and one-size-fits-all solutions abound in the world of wellness influencers. Here’s why you should avoid them.

Body fat is not a reliable indicator of health. So why are we obsessed with it?

Your microbiome absolutely impacts your health, but taking postbiotic supplements won’t do anything to help

The popular brand Oatly claims it’s a health food. The internet claims it’s more like a can of Coca-Cola.

Challenge what you think you know about diets, nutrition, and why we eat the way we do

Most trendy kitchen appliances are a waste of space. The air fryer is an exception.

Your diet impacts your health, but stop expecting so much from it

Alternatives to animal products aren't necessarily better for you

The key to a good diet is flexibility

Spoiler: it isn't all that different from real ground beef

You can grind almost anything into a flour, but that doesn't mean you should. Here are six alternative flours that are actually worth trying.

Yes, it tastes great, but it's not a drug

Stop worrying about weight gain. The pandemic gives you enough to think about.

Plenty of food trends from this year should stay in the past. And a few of them should come with you into 2020.

A guide to help you wade through the misinformation and buy just what you need

Here's how to tell if you're getting enough of this essential, overlooked nutrient

A good diet is a balance of nutrition, flexibility, and giving your body what it needs

Calorie counting can be a huge burden. Plus, you're probably terrible at it.

The breakfast staple has had a rough go of it in the last few decades. So are they good for you or not?

Old-school diets may have fallen out of favor, but diet messaging is still everywhere. Intuitive eating promises to help you drown it out.

Once again, science says that fruits, vegetables, and whole grains are really good for you

Trying to eat perfectly all the time is a losing battle