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It's fall - and pumpkin spice is everywhere. Take advantage of its many nutritional benefits.
Our bodies need vitamins and minerals, but more is not always better. Multivitamins and supplements may be unnecessary.
Fermented foods like yogurt, kombucha and kimchi may improve health by boosting “good bacteria” in the gut.
If you are hosting a viewing party for a group of fellow college basketball fans, check these nutritious alternatives to the typical fare of wings, pizza and beer.
What you eat before and after a workout is important for fueling your body and recovering your muscles.
Emotional eating can be hard to decipher. Stress can trigger cravings that lead to binge-eating unhealthy foods, making you feel even worse.