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    What is the Sirtfood Diet?

    The premise of the Sirtfood Diet is the claim that beneficial plant compounds called polyphenols switch on certain proteins called sirtuins that mimic the effects of fasting and exercise.

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    What to Eat to Boost Your Immune System

    Wouldn’t it be nice if eating a particular food could magically protect you against all the nasty bugs floating around? (Even better, if ...

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    What Is Seed Cycling?

    They may be tiny, but seeds are huge on social media right now. Seeds like pumpkin and sunflower are being touted as the newest natural ...

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    5 Bits of Nutrition Advice You Should Stop Following

    Have you noticed that nearly everyone seems to be doling out nutrition advice: your sister-in-law, the trainer at the gym, the woman behind ...

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    5 Reasons You Should Be Eating Eggs

    Talk about a comeback. Once considered a nutritional no-no, eggs have now risen to coveted superfood status. Turns out, their bad ...

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    How Much Protein Do You Really Need?

    Protein is the nutrient of the moment: food labels proudly tout protein grams, magazines devote pages to ‘high protein’ picks, and people ...

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    Should You Add Psyllium to Your Diet?

    Want to crush food cravings, lower cholesterol, improve blood sugar control and stay regular? A fiber supplement called psyllium may help. ...

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    Protein-Packed Veggies

    Wondering if you’re getting enough protein? Chances are, you may be eating too much – data suggests many of us are already consuming twice ...

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    Foods to Help Prevent Colds and Flu

    It’s that time of year – cold and flu season!  It’s important to keep your immune system on track – and a healthy diet and lifestyle can ...

  • 10 Simple Ways to Bean-ify Your Diet

    Nutritionally speaking, beans rock. They are the only food that counts as a vegetable and a protein. ...


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    Sally Kuzemchak, MS, RD

    Sally Kuzemchak is a registered dietitian in Columbus, Ohio. An award-winning reporter and writer, Sally has been published in magazines such as Health, Family Circle, and Eating Well and is a Contributing Editor to Parents magazine. She is the author of the book The 101 Healthiest Foods For Kids. She blogs at Real Mom Nutrition, a “no-judgments” zone all about feeding families.

  • Gina Harney

    Gina Harney

    Gina Harney is the blogger behind the healthy lifestyle brand, The Fitnessista, which reaches millions of viewers all over the world. She’s been featured on Greatist, Forbes, Buzzfeed, Shape, Fitness Magazine, and Well + Good. She’s the author of “HIIT It! and the voice behind the Healthy In Real Life podcast. She lives in Tucson, Arizona.