Food allergies are more common than most people may think. People may be allergic to gluten, nuts, fish, dairy, eggs, soy, and even superfoods like quinoa. Some may not even know they have a quinoa allergy. Though this pseudo-cereal has skyrocketed to superfood status in recent years, a small subset of people report intense stomach ...
Peanut allergies, gluten sensitivity, lactose intolerance, celiac disease…these are just a few of the reasons why someone might be avoiding certain foods. But they often get lumped under the catchall term, food allergy, which isn’t always accurate and fails to represent the intricacies of each condition.
Sometimes folky bits of advice and wisdom just feel right. “What goes up must come down” is a good one. But occasionally, quaint observations that seem accurate at first blush end up not only being wrong, but potentially hazardous. Case in point: “You need to have a healthy relationship with food.”
Wide-eyed freshmen come face-to-face with many new challenges as school gets underway, not least of which is that loaded meal card.
It’s fair to say Kristin Cavallari has lived a pretty glamorous life. Since making her debut on the reality TV show “Laguna Beach” 12 years ago, she married NFL quarterback Jay Cutler, had three beautiful kids, designed her own line of shoes and accessories, and authored a book, “Balancing in Heels.”
Oh, that first bite of candy we all experience early in life—it feels like coming home for a reason. Chances are good that we’ve been hard-wired from the womb to love sweetness. And a new study shows just how delicately mom’s prenatal diet can affect baby in the long term.
When the Panthers and Broncos square off Sunday in Santa Clara, upward of 100 million Americans will gather with friends and family to watch the big game.
We’ve all been there—lying prostrate on the bathroom floor, lamenting the decision to eat that street taco that looked like it would probably be fine. No one wants to get sick from a meal—but every year, millions of us do.
Could a bite of a fatty, tasty pork chop or juicy carnitas alter the body’s resistance to critical life-saving antibiotics? According to new research out of China, yes. Authors of a recent study in the journal Lancet Infectious Diseases were looking for antibiotic resistance in the E. coli that reside in the guts of food animals. ...
Recently, Oprah announced she was claiming a stake in the dieting behemoth Weight Watchers. A serial dieter—can anyone forget the time the TV host wheeled out 67 pounds of fat on a little red wagon?—Oprah hopes her fans will follow her move into a ‘healthier’ weight loss program.
The alarm clock is not the buzz we look forward to every morning. It’s that feeling of taking the first sips of that faithful, glorious cup of joe. The jolt it gives is everything. But by late morning and into the afternoon, it’s all downhill.
Chances are, you remember your first hangover (teetotalers, you’ll have to use your imagination here).
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