Are carbs bad for you? Sofia Pineda Ochoa, MD, tackles that question and details the history of the low-carb movement in this science-backed explainer.
Source: How Carbs Became a Dietary Supervillain
Inflammation is associated with diseases from cancer to heart disease, but there are ways you can lower your risk by eating the anti-inflammatory diet.
Source: Want to Lower Risk of Disease? Eat to fight Inflammation
Fresh produce is always healthy, but if you’re trying to avoid pesticides in fruits and vegetables, check the EWG’s Dirty Dozen list for the worst offenders.
Source: EWG’s 2020 Dirty Dozen List of Produce With Most Pesticides
Sandra Krebs went plant-based to treat glaucoma, and was surprised to find excess weight easily falling off on her new diet. Read her story today!
Source: I Went Plant-Based for Glaucoma. Losing 110 Pounds Was a Surprise Bonus
An excerpt from “The Cheese Trap: How Breaking a Surprising Addiction Will Help You Lose Weight, Gain Energy, and Get Healthy,” by Neal Barnard, MD, FACC.
Source: Why It’s So Hard to Give Up Cheese
Erectile dysfunction can be the first sign of cardiovascular disease. Learn more about what causes erectile dysfunction and how to reverse it.
Source: How Erectile Dysfunction Can Save a Life (and Be Reversed)