Category Archives: nutrition

9 Foods That Fight Cellulite—and 4 That Make It Worse

Best: Saffron “Saffron contains anti-inflammatory ingredients that discourage fat cell expansion,” Alan Roberts, PhD, tells Woman’s Day. This reduces cellulite by increasing circulation between tissues and increasing muscle tone under the skin, eliminating valleys on the surface…

If You've Been Loading Up on Protein to Build Muscle, You May Want to Rethink That

You’ve probably heard that eating plenty of protein is key to building lean muscle and generating strength. And while it’s important to eat enough of this macronutrient for muscle gains, it’s not the only macronutrient…

These Are the Breads a Dietitian Eats at Home – and You Should, Too

There’s no need to banish bread from your diet (carbs are not your enemy), as long as you stick with our dietitian-approved slices and bread-buying guidelines. When buying bread, look beyond claims like “7-grain,” “sprouted,”…

Here's Why You Should Actually Be Eating More Calories For a Faster Metabolism

When it comes to losing weight, a lot of weight-loss programs and diets require eating in a calorie deficit. While experts and research support this, it’s important that you don’t cut your calories too much,…

If You're Counting Macros For Weight Loss, You've Got to Hear This Dietitian's Advice

You’ve already heard this before: weight loss is all about calories in, calories out (or CICO). And while that seems like an easy-enough concept, it’s much more complicated. Everyone burns calories at a different rate,…

How Many Grams of Sugar Should You Eat Each Day to Lose Weight? These Experts Explain

You’ve no doubt heard that sugar has been the number one culprit behind weight gain. In fact, over the last few years, sugar has all but been demonized as the terrible-for-you ingredient that is as…

Is Breakfast Really the Most Important Meal of the Day? Here's What 4 Dietitians Say

It’s sound advice we heard from our moms since we were little: eat breakfast; it’s the most important meal of the day. As we got older, that advice evolved into “if you eat breakfast, you’re…