Here’s what the experts say.
Meat prices have soared 14 percent this year. Eating plant-based foods could save Americans’ wallets — and help the planet.
The research found that those who drank moderate amounts of coffee, even with a little sugar, were up to 30 percent less likely to die during the study period than those who didn’t drink coffee.
Recent advances in understanding the condition have brought a surge of potential therapies to the drug development pipeline.
Older adults typically need more protein than younger people. Here’s how to ensure you’re getting enough.
Some claim the corset-like garments help wearers slim their midsections. Here’s what the experts say.
A diet app helped me shed my extra Covid pounds — and reminded me that I’m still the same old me.
Some parents are driving hours at a time in search of supplies. Others are watering down formula or rationing it, hoping for an end to the shortage.
Experts say we may be thinking about food triggers for migraines and other kinds of headaches the wrong way.
Here’s what the science says about whether your diet can counteract cognitive decline.
Despite what social media might have you believe, there is no overnight shortcut to better digestive health.
After older people and nursing home residents, no group perhaps has been harder hit by the pandemic than people with diabetes. Experts hope policymakers will take notice, and finally get serious about tackling the nation’s diabetes crisis.
What’s the real benefit in refueling soon after a run? Can eating mid-run help speed recovery? Your nutrition questions, answered.
And is there anything I can do about it?
A meditation on the true cost of dining when nearly one-third of the planet lacks regular access to food.
Eric Adams has promoted nutrition like no predecessor besides Michael Bloomberg. Some food activists see the prospect of real change, but others want more details and diligence.
Companies are experimenting with personalized diet apps, saying the future of healthy eating is A.I.
Kurbo by WW, a weight loss app geared toward children, illegally collected data from users as young as 8 without their parents’ consent, the Federal Trade Commission said in a complaint.
When it comes to America’s legacy of Manifest Destiny, there’s perhaps no meal more symbolic than a bleeding steak. So who are we now that we’re consuming less red meat?
Maybe, experts say, but the science is mixed.
Paleo, vegan, gluten-free: Owners are putting animals on human regimens and fueling a huge pet-wellness industry. But some health experts are concerned.
Before I go, I want to highlight the breathtaking evolution in health advice that has occurred since I joined The Times in 1965.
Try our relationship tuneup and other advice in this special Valentine’s Day edition of the Well newsletter.
Mr. Adams has tied his interest in nutrition, meditation and fitness to his views on how to lead New York at a challenging time.
The mayor has highlighted his plant-based diet. Now he says he is “imperfect” and tries to eat vegetables as much as possible.
Thrive Market has found success with a subscription model and eco-friendly, health-conscious brands. It’s a diet familiar to the C.E.O., Nick Green.
It’s not always easy to change your eating habits, but mindfulness can help you improve the quality of your daily diet, without food restrictions.
He was at the forefront of studies that found links between salt, diet and other risk factors and cardiovascular ailments.
As science increasingly finds most diets ineffective and even counterproductive, these shows will help you overhaul your approach to food.
For this week’s Eat Well Challenge, try some new foods that have been linked with improving your mood.
We asked two experts to advise readers taking part in the Eat Well Challenge.
Today’s Eat Well Challenge will help you avoid the “what-the-hell” effect and tune into your body instead.
We’re speaking with experts about how to have your best year of running. This week, we hear from a nutritionist and a running coach.
Reshape your eating habits this year, no dieting needed.
And is there any way to target it through diet or exercise?
For the Eat Well Challenge, mindfulness techniques like “urge surfing” can help curb overeating without banning favorite foods.
Mehmet Oz is a quasi-religious leader, one who has set up his revival tent between a yoga studio and an urgent-care clinic, with the television cameras rolling.
Almost everyone fails at making changes, but it doesn’t have to be that way.
A case involving The Times and Project Veritas. Also: Elizabeth Holmes; Barry Bonds and Roger Clemens; dangers of biometrics; healthy is hard.
Resolve, this year, to just say no.
The new Eat Well Challenge will show you how to reshape your eating habits without dieting.
Water vs. seltzer? Can food affect the brain? We’ve rounded up useful research on diet and nutrition to stay healthy in the new year.
They see a new interest in mushrooms, a rethinking of chicken and coffee, a resurgence of 1980s cocktails — and, believe it or not, a return to civility.
Popular pain relievers and antidepressants, as well as alcohol and herbal supplements, are among the many substances that can contribute to hypertension.
He showed that while a healthy lifestyle won’t help us live much longer, it can stave off chronic disease and disability until our final years.
Food-cart rules spurred by conservative beliefs draw a backlash, showcasing the tensions around the country’s rising Hindu nationalist movement.
An interview with Priya Fielding-Singh, the author of “How the Other Half Eats.”
Experts say there are important distinctions to keep in mind.
Scientists often debate whether irritable bowel syndrome is a mental or physical issue. That’s not much help for those who suffer from it.
It’s not clear why coffee can stimulate a bowel movement, but the speed of this effect suggests it’s mediated by the brain.