Nutrition - Page: 5

12 Ways to Eat Healthy No Matter How Busy You Are

Resist the temptation to skip meals and rely on processed snacks to get through the work day. Sound nutrition is essential for staying sharp.

John Rampton

Fuel Up: Eating for Optimal Brain Function

Use food to improve energy, supercharge mental performance and boost health and wellness.

Greg Wells

This Gadget Makes Your Entire Kitchen 'Smart'

Orange Chef's new 'Countertop' device not only makes suggestions about what you should eat, it can help you prepare meals as well.

Emily Price

An April Fool's Day Prank Led This Burger Chain to Start Selling Milkshakes Made With Crickets

After receiving an enthusiastic response for the fictional Cricket Milkshake, Wayback Burgers decided to make the protein-rich prank a reality.

Kate Taylor

Why Chains Need to Pay Attention to Kids' Changing Fast-Food Habits

A new study shows that, on any given day, children are nearly 20 percent less likely to eat fast food than they were seven years prior.

Kate Taylor

To Optimize Your Performance Cut Out the Sugar

The typical diet contains far more sugar than most people realize. The ROI for eating healthier is compelling.

Neka Pasquale

With 'Fairlife,' Coca-Cola Is Getting Into the Premium Milk Business

The soda giant is betting squarely on its new milk product, which contains 50 percent more protein and 50 percent less sugar than normal milk -- at twice the price.

Geoff Weiss

Sweet Tooth No More? Americans Are Ditching Prepackaged Desserts.

Here's why the Twinkie got into trouble: Health-conscious Americans just aren't buying packaged cookies and cakes as much anymore.

Kate Taylor

Prioritizing Health Can Help You and Your Business

Both individuals and employers can strive for better fitness, for personal reward and their companies' sake.

Moe Kittaneh

Can a Food Blogger Force Starbucks to Change Its Pumpkin Spice Latte?

Vani Hari has already convinced Subway and Chick-fil-A to make big changes. Now, she's taking on Starbuck's favorite fall drink.

Kate Taylor

How to Solve Big Problems: Start Small

Lessons learned from cancer scientists about how to solve large, complex issues.

James Clear