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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...

Nutrition News: Nutrition Rock Stars

We could pick a lot of food to fit this category, but when it comes to nutrition, leafy greens are rock stars, according to the latest issue of Food & Nutrition magazine.

Here's why -- they top the charts in vitamins A, C and K, potassium and ...