Six Ways to Boost Energy Without Caffeine

By Sarah AlbanReviewed by: Robert Barry, PhDCaffeine has taken an iconic stance in modern culture for its ability to help you pull long nights and power through mornings. It’s no surprise, then, that a 2015 Gallup poll found the average American consumes about two cups of coffee a day, and that number increases with age.But caffeine isn’t the only way to perk up. Here are six natural alternatives. Read More...

Five Exotic Veggies You’re Missing

By Sarah AlbanReviewed by Katie Robinson, MA, RD, LDIt can be tricky finding interesting new ways to eat well.These five exotic, healthful veggies are extremely versatile and provide new ways to enjoy many essential nutrients. Try adding one of them to your favorite dishes.RomanescoRomanesco belongs to the broccoli, cauliflower and kale family. Romanesco has a slightly nutty flavor and a beautiful Read More...

Four Scary Sounding Ingredients That Shouldn’t Scare You

By Joshua GareyReviewed by Fumiki Aoki, PhDA few years ago, a chemistry teacher in Australia wrote a blog post called All-Natural Banana that went viral.His article raised a very good point about how many of the natural ingredients found in wholesome foods can be made to sound scary or “synthetic” simply by referring to an ingredient by its scientific name.I thought it would be interesting to list Read More...

Four Habits That Drive Nutritionists Crazy!

By Katie Robinson, MA, RD, LDReviewed by Fumiki Aoki, PhDAs a registered dietitian, I’m trained to know that healthy eating involves a symphony-like balance of obtaining the right nutrients. I use this training to help people make better choices about what they eat.Being smart about what you feed your body doesn’t have to be complicated, but it might involve a few new behaviors. Here are four bad Read More...

Dietary Supplement Regulations: What Every American Should Know

By Risa Schulman, PhDMany people are surprised to learn that dietary supplement products and the ingredients they contain are subject to strict and detailed regulations. These rules help protect the millions of Americans who take a dietary supplement such as Ubiquinol CoQ10.This article gives an easy-to-understand overview of the federal laws that U.S. dietary supplement companies must follow, Read More...

5 Time-Tested Rules for Aging Well

By Sarah AlbanReviewed by Fumiki Aoki, PhDAging well doesn’t mean achieving an impossible standard for appearance and health.You can follow science-backed, time-tested “rules” for investing in your health over the long run. Here are five to support long-term physical and mental wellness.Rule #1: Eat LessYour body needs fewer calories as you age. Your metabolism slows down and your energy needs fall Read More...

Heart-Friendly Eating When Traveling

By Sarah AlbanReviewed by Katie Robinson, MA, RD, LDIf you’re out and about, taking care of both your heart and wallet can prove challenging.Sandwiches can be a quick and inexpensive option when on the go and rushed for time. Look for one with a lean protein (e.g., skinless chicken) that’s baked or grilled. Many places will let you swap fries or chips for a fruit or a small garden salad at no extra Read More...

Heart Health Checklist: Our Top 6 Tips

By Sarah Alban and Andrew SheaReviewed by Katie Robinson, MA, RD, LDWe tend to appreciate our hearts the older – and wiser – we get. Here are six simple and realistic ways to help keep your heart healthy.Tip #1: Know Your NumbersThere’s a good chance you or someone close to you is at risk for heart trouble due to high cholesterol or blood pressure – but doesn’t know it. Over time and in different Read More...

Heart-Healthy Eating That’s Easy on the Wallet

By Sarah AlbanReviewed by Katie Robinson, MA, RD, LDHeart-healthy eating has gotten a bad reputation for being expensive. It doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, you can follow healthy eating habits at a relatively low cost.This article includes a few good practices for how to eat in ways that are good to your heart and friendly to your bank account.Choose Affordable Lean ProteinA typical 50 year Read More...

How to Read a Supplement Label

Manufacturers must, by law, provide certain nutrition information on U.S. dietary supplement product labels in what is called a “Supplement Facts” panel. You can find this label on all types of supplements such as multivitamins and Ubiquinol CoQ10.The rules for supplement labels are very specific and sometimes complex. Without going into all the details, here’s a handy infographic showing how to Read More...

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