5 Good—and Bad—Things That Can Happen to Your Body When You Give Up Processed Foods

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[brightcove:5672527937001 default] You've probably heard plenty of nutrition talk about eating "whole" or "clean," while avoiding highly processed foods. But what exactly is a processed food? "Any food that has been altered in some way during preparation is technically processed," says Mara Weber, RD, a clinical inpatient dietitian at The Ohio State University Wexner Medical […]

If You’re Going to Make One Diet Change in 2018, Make It This One

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[brightcove:5528009511001 default] Committing to a complete diet overhaul in the new year can be overwhelming, exhausting, time consuming, and frankly unsustainable. So my advice to anyone who wants to make a food-related resolution? Zero in on one dietary change that’s likely to stick. And in my opinion, the resolution that offers the biggest bang for your buck is simple: […]

Do You Really Need to Buy Personalized Vitamins?

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[brightcove:5648860857001 default] A bunch of companies are popping up that let you curate your own personalized vitamin regimen (Care/of and Vitamin Packs, for example). Do I think they’re necessary? Probably not, if you already eat a balanced diet with a variety of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and legumes. You absorb vitamins better through food […]

Rice Calories Can Be Cut in Half With This Trick

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[brightcove:5556684195001 default] This article originally appeared on Time.com. A cup of white rice has about 200 calories—not insignificant, considering it’s most often used as a small part of a larger dish. But there’s an easy, natural way to make rice less caloric: add a little fat, then let it cool. According to research presented at […]