Food is fuel for our bodies as well as our brains. A ProMedica dietitian shares which foods may be helpful for your mental health.
What if this is the year that you start to look at food in a whole new way? A ProMedica dietitian gives tips for bringing nourishment and joy into food choices.
You know it as the bone builder, but here is calcium’s full healthy hot list: It strengthens your muscles, helps keep you slim and may even prevent cancer.
Your cholesterol levels are influenced by many factors, including what you eat. Science says these 10 foods may help keep your cholesterol levels healthy.
Adding these nutritious, seasonal foods to your diet may support your immune system and shape new Fall traditions.
As we age, we tend to lose bone density. Too much bone loss can result in osteoporosis, but here's how taking preventive measures can keep your bones strong.
Caffeine may offer a pick-me-up, but too much may have negative effects. If you want to cut back, here are some tips from a certified nurse practitioner.
There are currently around 5 million Americans over age 65 with dementia. The MIND Diet combines two well-known diets to help prevent this condition.
Getting protein is an important way to protect the body as it ages. Here are some ideas for adding it into your diet.
A ProMedica Food Clinic dietitian shares suggestions for healthy, budget-friendly eating this summer season.
Here’s how to manage stress in a healthy way.
This health approach considers your whole body, not just how many calories you are eating.