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Choosing a Mayonnaise With Healthy Ingredients

Mayonnaise, by definition, is not a healthy food, based on the calories, sodium, and total fat count. But most brands offer alternative versions to traditional mayonnaise that are made with olive oil, avocado oil, and canola oil. These varieties offer more heart-healthy unsaturated fats.

“In general, mayo is a high-fat food

Use Herbs and Spices to Eat More Healthfully

As you focus on eating more healthfully, it often can be difficult to give up less-healthy things you are used to, such as sodium, sugar, and fried foods. But, there is a plethora of savory herbs and spices available in the U.S. today from all around the world. If you

4. A Variety of Vegetables

You’ve probably heard about so-called “superfoods” and may be wondering how these fit into a healthy dietary pattern. The answer starts with vegetables. Diane L. McKay, PhD, a professor and researcher at Tufts and the Tufts consulting editor for this report, explains: “They’re all super! Eating a variety of vegetables

Beware the Bug: C-Diff Symptoms and Treatments

Beware the Bug: C-Diff Symptoms and Treatments

Scientists attribute C-diff’s spread to unnecessary and incorrect use of antibiotics, which can wipe out beneficial bacteria in the gut, opening an opportunity for C. difficile to infect the colon. While C-diff isn’t (yet) drug-resistant, stronger strains of this bacteria are emerging, and the CDC recently identified it as one

Heart-Healthy Diet: The Right Foods Can Fight Heart Disease

Heart-Healthy Diet: The Right Foods Can Fight Heart Disease

Take this to heart: The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warns that heart disease is the leading cause of death in both men and women in the U.S. Luckily, lifestyle factors such as weight management, regular physical activity, and a good heart-healthy diet plan can help to prevent and

Got GERD or Frequent Heartburn? Ease Your Symptoms Without Drugs

If you have been diagnosed with gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD), you may be taking proton pump inhibitors (PPI) such as omeprazole (Prilosec), lansoprazole (Prevacid), or esomeprazole (Nexium) to keep your heartburn and other symptoms under control. However, evidence is mounting that PPIs can have serious side effects (see What You

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