Trust Your Gut: A Beginner’s Guide To Intuitive Eating


Dieting can mess up the body’s connection to hunger cues. In fact, chronic dieting can often end up complicating our relationship with food more than it helps us reach a desired weight. Research suggests that the vast majority of people who lose weight on restrictive eating plans, especially ones that are unsustainable, end up gaining it … Continue reading Trust Your Gut: A Beginner’s Guide To Intuitive Eating

No Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New ‘Guidelines’ Lead To Outrage


A new set of analyses published Monday in the Annals of Internal Medicine challenges the widespread recommendations to cut back on red and processed meats. The prominent medical journal has also published a new recommendation from a panel of scientists, many of whom are not nutrition experts: “The panel suggests adults continue current processed meat consumption,” according to the … Continue reading No Need To Cut Back On Red Meat? Controversial New ‘Guidelines’ Lead To Outrage

Is A Diet That’s Healthy For Us Also Better For The Planet? Most Of The Time, Yes


Consider the almond. Almonds and other nuts are often touted as healthy snacks, because they can help you maintain a healthy weight and are linked to a lower risk of heart disease and Type 2 diabetes. But almonds are grown in drought-stricken California, and the amount of water required to produce them has come under intense scrutiny in recent … Continue reading Is A Diet That’s Healthy For Us Also Better For The Planet? Most Of The Time, Yes

Duped In The Deli Aisle? ‘No Nitrates Added’ Labels Are Often Misleading


Packing a turkey sandwich in your kid’s lunchbox, or serving up bacon or hot dogs? When shopping for processed meats, many health-conscious consumers look for products with words like “no nitrates added” or “uncured” on the packaging. But we may have been misled, experts say. Click here to read the entire NPR article.