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The milk industry has petitioned the FDA to allow them to add an ingredient in an effort to lower calories.
The science (or lack thereof) behind placental pills, stevia, segmented sleep, and more.
15-year-old Sarah Kavanagh's petition has paid off: PepsiCo will no longer include flame retardant brominated vegetable oil in Gatorade.
Derived from the Southeast Asian Monk fruit, this sugar substitute has zero calories and is 100 percent natural. Plus, you can bake with it—good news for your sweet tooth!
Whether you're at your local juice bar or a national chain, ordering a smoothie can be a little challenging sometimes. After all, what sounds healthy and low-calorie on the menu may be anything but good for you.
Find out when eating the real thing is healthier and helps you lose weight.
Not all advice for losing weight works for everyone. I share the six diet tips that work for me.
Nutrition expert Mike Roussell, PhD, weighs in about whether it's best to use natural or artificial sweeteners.
From cocktails and energy drinks, to smoothies and soda, find out the 11 worst drinks for your body.
This sweetener is at the center of one of the most heated debates in nutrition history. But is it really hazardous to your health and waistline?