Is choosing sugar-, gluten-, dairy-free, or other free-from foods a fast track to healthy eating?
Building and maintaining healthy habits in the face of life’s curveballs can be very challenging. Use this formula for tiny changes that add up.
Can the emerging nutrition science of nutrigenomics help guide health professionals to more personalized wellness recommendations?
Turns out, the secret to health and wellness may be a “choose-your-own adventure” story. Learn more about how you can personalize your plate for sustainable changes to dietary behavior.
Research shows that our gut microbiome — the community of bacteria that reside in our digestive tract, primarily the small intestine — is linked to everything from acne and eczema to diabetes and weight management.
Most of us have heard of pre- and probiotics, but there’s a new kid on the block, known as postbiotics, that’s showing a lot of promise in the scientific community.
Eat your way to better gut health by loading up on fiber-rich plant proteins and probiotic foods, both of which can help to increase beneficial gut bacteria.
Pulses have taken over the snack aisle with better-for-you options, and we are here for it.
Take action the night before to fuel a day of healthy choices. Overnight oats are a no-cook way to set yourself up for a nutrient-rich breakfast with minimal prep work. Make a large batch to fuel your week.
When New Year’s Resolutions have a (sad) history of failure, why do we keep attempting sweeping changes? Perhaps setting your sights on something smaller will lead to bigger results in the long run.
A non-diet approach to wellness using the mind-body connection to listen and respond to your body’s needs.
Nutrition can be “right” in many different ways — take time to learn what may work for your unique needs.