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A new Canadian study says excess salt may not have the adverse health risks we once thought.
I get cramps in my legs and feet during and after workouts. What could be causing the cramps?
Recent research has revealed that sitting for long periods could be as bad for your heart as smoking.
Fiber might be the key to longevity and good health.
Feeling bloated can be a result of several things, from constipation or gassiness to retaining fluid or eating too much food.
Low levels of vitamin D is linked to slower recovery among athletes.
From kidney stones to wrinkles, we've addressed popular myths surrounding hydration.
Wild, farmed, canned or smoked salmon? Which is your healthiest choice?
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Rejoice in your holiday meal leftovers, because they mean a week’s worth of easy meals ahead! Here are five fast and fresh ways to enjoy your turkey leftovers in 15 minutes flat.
Calling all fans of brinner (breakfast for dinner)! This sweet and savory recipe is filling enough for any meal of the day.
You are what your bacteria eat. Here are 6 foods to improve your gut health.
Modern refrigeration is a lifesaver but not for certain foods. Here are 10 foods you should never refrigerate to maintain best quality and longevity.
Don’t settle for boring chicken. Start your taste buds clucking again with these quick and easy five-ingredient recipes.
Eating too little can have short-term and long-term consequences for your body and your workouts.
Low in calories but packed with nutrients, tomatoes are the perfect complement to any protein-rich meal.
This high-protein pasta recipe pops with a rich tomato flavor.
Tender and juicy, these pork chops stuffed with sun-dried tomatoes make a delicious and satisfying meal.
This sweet-and-savory sausage-tomato flatbread is packed with protein, carbs and plenty of antioxidants.
Roasted tomatoes star in this low-calorie, high protein tomato dish that brims with Southern comfort flavors.
Oxygen separates the wheat from the chaff on whole grains.