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Meal Timing

Does when you eat matter or just what you eat? New research suggests that when you eat really does matter. We have known that skipping meals early in the day often leads to increased hunger, which can lead to overeating later in the day. Several ...

Nutrition News: Inflammation and the Food You Eat

Many of us fight inflammation -- swelling, redness and even pain in various areas of our bodies. Long-term inflammation can be a risk factor for other diseases and health conditions, such as cancer, cardiovascular diseases and Type 2 diabetes. New...

Nutrition News: Antibiotics and Meat

Should we be concerned over antibiotics in meat? Certainly the use has gotten a lot of attention recently, even though those medications have been used by livestock producers for decades to fend off chronic livestock illnesses and improve growth. ...

Nutrition News: Healthy Eating on a Budget

It really is possible to eat healthy and stick to a budget, says Erin Huffstetler, frugal living expert for about.com. She recommends skimping on processed foods and heading back into the kitchen with ingredients.

"Go for whole foods -- whole ...

Nutrition News: Make It a Home-Cooked Meal

Want an easy way to shed some calories? Simply cook at home. Seriously. And you'll be saving money as well.

A new study from the U.S. Department of Agriculture finds that Americans are slimming their calories, thanks to home cooking. The study, ...

Nutrition News: Enjoy the Taste of Eating Right

The president of the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Glenna McCollum, has a message for consumers: "Take risks that yield rewards." McCollum brings her message during March, designated as National Nutrition Month.

One of those risks can be to...