Food and Nutrition

Find out how to incorporate healthy food, proper nutrition, vitamins and supplements into your diet.

Healthy Food Choices

Organic Foods: What You Need to Know

Organic foods can be a healthier, greener option. Learn about what they are and why they might be a good…

Avoiding Food Hassles With Kids

Don’t make your child’s food hassles a battle. Be creative, stay calm, and be patient when expanding your child’s mealtime…

After 50: Nutritional Needs

Nutritional needs change as we age. After age 50, choose food and drinks wisely for your gender, health, and activity…

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Nutrients and Nutritional Info

After 50: Nutritional Needs

Nutritional needs change as we age. After age 50, choose food and drinks wisely for your gender, health, and activity…

Nutrient Shortfall Questionnaire

Many people don’t get enough nutrients. Complete this questionnaire to assess your risk for common nutrient shortfalls.

Chronic Kidney Disease (CKD) | Chronic Kidney Disease and Nutrition

Following a special diet can reduce the stress on your kidneys and slow the progression of chronic kidney disease.

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Sugar and Sugar Substitutes

Added Sugar: What You Need To Know

Sugar provides energy to your body, but does not have other nutritional value. Learn why and how you should limit…

Sugar Substitutes

Sugar substitutes are chemical or plant-based substances used to sweeten or enhance the flavor of foods and drinks.

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Weight Loss and Diet Plans

Vegetarian Diet: How to Get the Nutrients You Need

Learn about the different types of vegetarian diets along with their benefits and drawbacks.

Keto Diet

The keto diet, or ketogenic diet, is one that is very high in fat intake and low in carbohydrate intake. When you replace the carbohydrates you eat with fats, your body goes into a metabolic state known as ketosis. This means that you begin

Paleo Diet

The paleo diet is sometimes nicknamed "the caveman diet," as it stems from the diets of our ancestors. It’s based on food sources for humans during the Paleolithic area, which spanned the time period of about 2.5 million years to 10,000

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