Your body changes as you age, so your diet needs to change, too. These tips from a Mayo Clinic wellness dietitian can help ensure you're getting the nutrients you need.
Too much added sugar, including high-fructose corn syrup, can affect your health.
How and where you eat matters. From your plate size to your table, these expert-approved tips will help you navigate dinnertime like a seasoned pro.
The Nutrition Facts label gets an update for the first time in 25 years. Maybe it's time to update your food choices too?
Takeout containers aren't the best for storing leftovers. Wrap or repackage food to keep it fresher and safer.
What you eat, and when you eat it, has a huge influence on your available energy level and how well you recover from a workout.
The recently revamped label makes it easier than ever to make healthy food choices. Get the facts from a Mayo Clinic dietitian.
Diet soda may help you cut calories, but other low-calorie options abound.
Caffeinated drinks usually won't dehydrate you, but water is still your best option.
Learn about the pros and cons of extracting the juice from fresh fruits and vegetables.
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