Have you tried chicken soup for a cold? Put in plenty of vegetables and herbs like thyme to make it extra delicious and healthful.
Airlines have made some positive changes to their meal options, but it is still a challenge to find a healthful meal in the air.
Would you like to avoid last minute shopping for family and friends? How about something really meaningful? Give the best gift: the gift of good health?
Scientists are learning that you can eat to fight acne. Stay away from processed foods and dairy products, and concentrate on vegetables and fruits.
A randomized controlled trial shows that veterans following a meal plan that is low in carbs were better able to lose weight and control blood sugar.
When depressed college kids tried eating the Mediterranean way, they began feeling better. Less junk food meant lower scores on a depression scale.
Some readers report that intermittent fasting reduces their symptoms of heartburn. For others, however, fasting triggers indigestion.
A study of over one million people found that those who ate the most yogurt and foods rich in fiber had less chance of lung cancer.
Drug Side Effects
You might worry about whether pomegranate juice will react badly with your medication, but it should not create problems with rosuvastatin (Crestor).
Tradition credits bilberries with vision-preserving power. Despite a lack of clinical trials, some readers report that bilberry extract helped.
Many readers report that eating nine gin-soaked golden raisins daily can alleviate joint pain if used for at least a month or two.
Epidemiologists in Japan have found that eating seaweed reduces the risk of heart disease.
Middle-aged Japanese men who eat mushrooms often have a significantly lower likelihood of being diagnosed with prostate cancer.
You may be able to use a common and delicious spice to help control blood sugar. Before you do, learn about the pros and cons of cinnamon.
Epidemiologists find that Puerto Rican women who eat lots of onions and garlic have a lower chance of breast cancer.
Over the last decade and a half, American diets have improved, but the changes are modest. More of us should be eating whole grains and protein from plants.
Might you control neuropathy by consuming a diet rich in ALA (alpha lipoic acid)? One reader reports better success with diet than supplements.
People with arthritis are caught in a terrible bind. OTC and prescription drugs have some serious side effects. What about golden raisins in gin?
One reader found a way to greatly improve hay fever symptoms: cutting out dairy. Would this work against your sniffles and sneezes?
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