Headline - Eat Well - March 09, 2018
Many people follow “healthy practices” endorsed by celebrities. While these practices may promise health benefits, the “science” behind them is usually weak, nonexistent, or contrary to accepted scientific knowledge. What is the attraction?
Introductory article - Know Yourself - January 26, 2018
This article provides reference information that will help you determine your nutrient intake so you can identify which foods are best for you.
Introductory article - Get Healthy - January 12, 2018
Some studies suggest that consuming large amounts of fructose may increase your risk for obesity, heart disease, and diabetes. Learn more about fructose, its sources and harmful effects, and how to reduce your consumption of this sugar.
Introductory article - Eat Well - November 17, 2017
Sugar is a natural component of many healthy foods, but refined sugar added to foods is becoming a health concern. How much refined sugar is in your food?
Course - Know Yourself - May 05, 2017
Women are more likely to experience urinary tract malfunction and infections than men. While medical therapy is available, maintaining urinary tract function and preventing infection may reduce the need for therapy. How?