A few reasons to scan nutrition labels carefully.
Here's what's healthy and what's not.
Instead of focusing on what not to eat, this study is about encouraging foods we should eat.
Now, in this climate of regulation, some states want to ban an herbal remedy called Kratom (botanical name Mitragyna speciosa), which is taken regularly by millions of people.
Not to mention your microbiome.
Prepare to be enlightened.
People may be consuming more trans fat than they think, as a result of misleading food labels, according to a study from
Public health folks are very excited about this new FDA ruling. It's a huge deal in U.S. food policy. But that doesn't mean change happens over night. Until these harmful additives are removed from our food supply, consumers should continue to make informed decisions about choosing healthy fats over harmful ones.
Americans are also increasingly placing a higher value on products with fewer ingredients. They "want to understand all the