Nutrition for Disease Management and Prevention
Eating a healthy diet may help to reduce your risk of certain health conditions, but eating a poor quality diet might increase your chances of becoming ill. Dietary changes may be an important component of treatment too. Here you'll learn more about how your diet can affect your health.
Foods that have anti-inflammatory properties and foods that may increase pain. Learn more about the foods that may decrease inflammation in your body.
Nutritionist Monica Reinagel wrote "The Inflammation-Free Diet Plan" to explain how the foods you eat may be triggering inflammation and pain.
Beauty is only skin deep, but you can keep your skin healthier by eating the right foods. Learn more about the foods that help keep your skin healthy and beautiful.
There are a number of foods that have contain nutrients that may be good for your vision. Here's a look at some foods that may help keep your eyes healthy.
Do you have specific foods that help you feel better either emotionally or physically? Let us know which foods are good for your mind, body and spirit.
The best way to prevent colds or flu is to wash your hands frequently and avoid the viruses that cause them. The foods you eat may help too. Here are my tips for preventing colds and flu by eating a healthy diet.
Foods can sometimes affect how you feel and may even help with certain disorders. Learn more about foods and rheumatoid arthritis.
You may become dehydrated if you don't drink enough water or other fluids. That can lead to problems. Learn why dehydration may cause headaches.
Being dehydrated can make muscle pain seem worse so can back pain be worse if you don't drink enough water? Learn why one expert believes so.
Osteoporosis increases your risk of bone fractures. I have the answers for common questions about the effects of food and diet on osteoporosis risk.
Calcium and vitamin D supplements are often prescribed for keeping bones strong, but it takes more than that. Find out what else you need to do to prevent fractures.
Cranberry juice will help treat or prevent bladder infections. Adding this juice to your daily diet may help prevent this painful condition.
Bacon is high in fats and sodium, so you shouldn't eat lots of it. However, you can use small amounts of bacon in your cooking to enjoy that flavor.