People often tell us that figuring out how to eat a healthful diet has become very confusing. Worldwide, different cultures have evolved a wide variety of different styles of eating that support good health.
There is a great deal of scientific controversy about whether taking vitamin and/or mineral supplements is beneficial. Some studies indicate there is no evidence that supplements benefit health and that supplements may even harm health.
As the weather warms up and people shed a few layers of clothes, weight-loss season opens again. There is no shortage of weight-loss tips on the Internet. Some may help, and some can backfire on your efforts to successfully lose body fat.
Your spouse tells you that your listening skills are less than desirable. Maybe it's your hearing. Of course, it could be a little of both, but knowing if your hearing has become compromised is important.
It is popular to recommend avoiding foods that have ingredients that sound like strange chemicals. But read on for a story about a food additive that was falsely accused of causing cancer and is now praised for not only making food safer, but also for providing health benefits.
Most of us are influenced by our own mental list of "good" and "bad" foods. Unfortunately, if we eat according to this good food/bad food focus, it can put us at risk for not meeting some of our basic nutrient needs.
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