Diet and Nutrition

The patient told doctors that he had an aversion to certain textures and that chips and fries "were really the only types of food he felt that he could eat.”
Carb loading, carb cycling and carb backloading have become trendy strategies for optimizing our diets. But are they effective?
If you're a parent on the ketogenic diet, don't even consider making your children follow its strict rules.
Sometimes our best efforts to encourage a friend, partner or relative's healthy habits backfire. Here's what to do instead.
Experts explain how we process the sugar in an apple differently from the sugar in a cookie.
Where does a peanut butter and jelly rank vs. tuna salad or turkey and Swiss?
“Organic food is more nutritious than non-organic food, but not in the way that you might think." As for taste, it's a mixed bag.
Want to know the most healthful produce to eat? The answer is probably simpler than you anticipated.
As we dealt with Sammi's medical condition, the world around us misunderstood what being on such a restrictive diet really meant.
Experts weigh in on nootropics and "mental clarity" products, which claim to fight fatigue and sharpen thinking.
Welcome to the wacky world of historical diets, when people chugged gallons of milk and chewed all their food only to spit it out.
Experts reveal whether so-called "wellness waters" are worth our money.
Four years after rising to public fame and criticism, Amanda Chantal Bacon's wellness brand is on more solid ground than ever.
Nutritionists share their favorite brands to help you navigate an overcrowded market.
Three trusted registered dietitians sift through the ingredients and nutrients important to kids’ diets.
Here's a new study to help figure out “the hardest problem in science”: The origins of human language.
Experts love brands like Caulipower, Amy's and California Pizza Kitchen. Find out why.
Three experts scrape to find redeeming qualities in Snickers, Hershey's and other beloved chocolate bars.
You can eat an entire sleeve of Oreos or a bag of Hot Cheetos and still not feel satiated. It's because your body knows things your brain doesn't.