Appetite rises and fat burn slows if you eat later in day, study finds

CNN  —  We all know that eating later in the day isn’t good for our waistlines, but why? A new study weighed in on that question by comparing people who ate the same foods – but at different times in the day. “Does the time that we eat matter when everything else is kept consistent?” … Read more

8 Superfoods That Help Reduce Blood Sugar

Okra aka bhindi helps reduce blood sugar levels High blood sugar may also be known as diabetes. However, it may be an early sign of diabetes if not diabetes. It is a heart condition that should be taken seriously. High blood sugar can cause various other disorders in the body. It is necessary to manage … Read more

Nutrition expert reveals the pros and cons of popular diets, including Intermittent fasting

Many of us want to drop a few pounds but with so many diets and eating plans to choose from, it can be difficult to know which ones work best – and deliver lasting results.  Diets such as Intermittent Fasting, the Mediterranean diet and Keto have gained popularity over the years due to their results. Kourtney Kardashian … Read more

A New Study Suggests That a Vegetarian Diet May Increase Risk for Depression—but Is This True?

an illustration of a depressed person beside a salad Getty Images While most members of Team EatingWell still savor seafood, poultry, pork, beef and other animal proteins on occasion, we rely heavily on mainly whole-food, plant-based recipes since they’re downright delicious, make our bodies feel strong and vibrant and because the health benefits of a … Read more

You Can Reverse High Cholesterol “Fast” and Here’s How — Eat This Not That

According to the CDC, 94 million Americans are living with high cholesterol. “There are ways to manage high cholesterol, and the wonderful news is that heart disease is 90% preventable,” says preventative cardiologist Leslie Cho, MD. “Even if you have a significant family history of high cholesterol, you can prevent heart disease.” Here are five … Read more

Bird flu spreads to Southern California, infecting chickens, wild birds and other animals

Chickens roaming and clucking inside one of the many henhouses at a poultry facility in Nuevo, Calif., in November 2017. (Gina Ferazzi / Los Angeles Times) After proliferating globally, a historic wave of avian flu has entered Southern California, where it is worrying farmers and bird lovers and could add to complications with supply chains … Read more

A vitamin B12 deficiency can go unnoticed and cause symptoms like numb limbs and a yellow tinge to the skin and eyes. A dietitian explains how to get enough.

Eggs are a good source of vitamin B12.Alexander Spatari/Getty Images Vitamin B12, a nutrient found mostly in animal products, is vital for healthy nerves and blood cells. A deficiency can go unnoticed because it can cause symptoms that are shared with other conditions. Vegans can get vitamin B12 from fortified plant milks, nutritional yeast flakes, … Read more