In today’s culture, we are inundated with conflicting messages about diets, nutrition and our bodies. Many people focus on dieting, but what if we shifted our focus to “intuitive eating,” an approach that hinges on thoughtful nutrition, respecting and appreciating your body, and healing your relationship with food and eating.
While screening is the number one way to prevent or detect colon cancer, eating a healthy diet can help to reduce your risk. Here are the top four foods that may help fight colon cancer and some healthy recipes to go with them.
Feeling hangry? Or eating out of boredom? Learn how your relationship with food can impact your attitude.
Meet Frankie and Jess, a local couple who for years struggled with their weight until they decided to do something about it. This is their story.
By Jocelyn Sherman, RD, LDN at Butler Hospital While recently browsing my social media newsfeed, I happened upon an NPR article titled, “Many Kids Who are Obese or Overweight Don’t Know It.” My immediate reaction was anger, just at the title alone. I thought, Of course, they don’t know it, they shouldn’t! Why should [...]
Apps promise to help you lose weight, quit smoking and more. But do they all work? Care New England experts weigh in on ways to stay healthy with your mobile device. #Healthy365
Heartburn is very common, can strike people of all ages and any kind of medical history and should be taken seriously.
Counting calories is a great strategy when trying to lose or maintain your weight, but the question is how high should you be counting?
Plant foods like vegetables, fruits, whole grains and beans contain a variety of cancer fighters including vitamins, minerals, fiber and phytochemicals. Learn how to include more plant-based foods into your diet.
Picnics and barbecues, beach eating, and clam boils can spell disaster for your GI tract if you're not careful when preparing and serving foods.