Healthy Eating

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  • Added Sugars

  • Alzheimer's and Other Dementias: Maintaining Good Nutrition

  • American Heart Association Healthy Diet Guidelines

    The American Heart Association (AHA) publishes dietary and lifestyle recommendations for general heart health. These recommendations are for healthy adults and children older than age 2 as well as people who already have health problems such as coronary artery disease, diabetes, metabolic syndrome, or heart failure...

  • Anorexia: Learning New Eating Behaviors

  • Anorexia: Learning to Trust Others

  • Antioxidants

  • Avoiding Mercury in Fish

    What is mercury? Mercury is a metal found naturally in the environment. Human activities, such as farming, burning coal, and using mercury in manufacturing, increase the mercury cycling through the air, water, and soil. In water, mercury changes its form and becomes methylmercury. Fish absorb this mercury. When you...

  • Binge Eating Disorder

    What is binge eating disorder? Binge eating means eating larger amounts of food than most people would in a similar situation, in a short period of time. A person with this eating disorder binge eats regularly for several months. When you binge eat, you may feel like you can't control...

  • Boosting Your Metabolism

    How is it that two people of the same age, gender, and height can eat the same foods and be equally active, but one gains weight while the other loses it? One piece of the puzzle is metabolism. How well your body burns energy to keep up basic functions like...

  • Bowel Disease: Changing Your Diet

    Covers following an eating plan for inflammatory bowel disease. Helps you learn more about how to eat so you can manage your symptoms but still get the nutrition you need. Looks at common problem foods.

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