"People don't need to starve themselves in order to lose weight."
All you need to make and sell a diet supplement are three easy things—and none of them require an education.
A slew of dangerous supplement ingredients have been called out for potentially leading to organ damage, cancer, and even death
Whether you're a runner, lifter, biker, rock climber, yogi, or a fitness jack-of-all-trades, grab these post-workout protein supplements so all that hard work doesn't go to waste.
It's time to start meeting the daily recommendations for this vitamin.
If the last vitamin you took was in the shape of a Flintstones character, walking into a vitamin shop or just perusing the supplement aisle at your drugstore can be pretty overwhelming.
We scoured the research to give you an in-depth look at the amazing health benefits of both turmeric and curcumin. Should you be upping your intake?
Recent studies suggest that over-the-counter supplements might help SSRIs treat depression.
Busy schedules, travel, and impromptu happy hours make it difficult to eat healthy 24/7. Find out how to keep up with these commonly missed nutrients.
$104 BILLION. That's how much money Americans spent on supplements and similar nutrition products in 2013.
Fiber may not be your favorite topic ever, but try telling that to your digestive tract—especially if you're one of the many women who aren't reaching the daily fiber requirement.
Everyone raves about the health benefits of probiotics. But should you be taking probiotic supplements, or can you get enough from food?
"Vitamin C plays an essential role in maintaining good health," says Balz Frei, PhD, a leading vitamin C researcher and director of the Linus Pauling Institute at Oregon State University in Corvallis.
Whether you recently got a not-so-great haircut, or your strands seem to hit a certain length and then refuse to grow any longer, waiting for hair to grow is like watching paint dry.
Taking vitamins to stay healthy seems like a no-brainer. But new research has found that supplements aren't the magic bullet we've been led to believe.
These unregulated "natural" supplements have been found by Consumer Reports to cause major, even life-threatening, health problems.
Experts say that taking resveratrol, an antioxidant in red wine, grapes, and berries, may help boost endurance, prevent weight gain, and improve energy. Are the claims too good to swallow?
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