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Sweeten to Taste: A Guide to Sugars and Alternative Sweeteners

There are lots of different types of sugars out there, and just as many sugar alternatives waiting to replace them. Whether you’re looking to cut out sugar entirely, scale back your sugar intake, or even to replace your tried-and-true sugar with a different type of sweetener (monkfruit, anyone?), we’ve assembled a handy guide to help ...

Video: What Is Swerve?

Alternative sweeteners are having a moment, and Swerve is one of the rising stars. This brand is popular with diabetics, keto enthusiasts, and anyone looking to indulge without overdoing it.

Friends With Benefits: 6 Ways Pets Change Lives For the Better

Humans and their pets have the ultimate symbiotic relationship.

The FDA’s Latest Game-Changer: Labeling Added Sugar

Today, an inquisitive shopper wouldn’t be able to find the answer to this question on the back of any food label—but it may be one of the most important nutrition questions we ask.

Can You Microwave Plastic?

After a long day, sometimes all you wanna do is grab some something from the freezer, nuke it, feed the family, and call it a night. But for many of us, there’s a nagging worry: Are those little ovens actually safe?

For Kids with Type 1 Diabetes, Eating Right Can Break the Bank

Every day millions of kids in the United States wake up, prick their fingers, test their blood sugar levels, inject themselves with insulin and then eat a bowl of sugar. Er, cereal.

Junk Food Is Going Global—And So Is Diabetes

Loads of fast food. Piles of sugar. Gobs of fat. The world is following America’s lead when it comes to eating—and that’s not a good thing. A new report in British journal The Lancet reveals that there’s been a 45 percent rise in diabetes worldwide between 1990 and 2013 alone. The numbers make it clear ...

A Surprising New Weapon in the Fight Against Type 2 Diabetes

While frightening diseases like cancer and ebola tend to get more ink, it’s Type 2 diabetes that actually touches the lives of most Americans. Though it’s largely preventable, our nation’s eating habits are fueling a full-blown crises.

High Fiber Foods That Literally Help You Cheat Death

New evidence is confirming what your mom has been telling you for years: Fiber is really, really good for you. So good, in fact, that it might be able to add years to your life.

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