Diet and Nutrition

Experts say certain ingredients are known to change your levels of cortisol, serotonin and dopamine, potentially contributing to higher stress levels or anxiety.
Read this and you'll never suffer through a dressing-soggy salad again.
The billionaire said she “set a standard for people watching that I nor anybody else could uphold.”
There’s good news, and there’s bad news.
There is no such thing as “Chinese restaurant syndrome,” experts say — so why do Asian chefs have to keep telling us that?
Straight from the mouths of cardiologists and a heart health nutritionist.
We asked three top longevity experts what’s in their grocery carts. Here’s what they told us.
Firstly, not all types of processed food are created equal. Secondly, here's how to know when you may be eating too much of it.