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?
You need a cup of coffee to wake up, but it might interfere with your multivitamin. Here, expert advice on how to down your multi.
These products could help you go the extra mile, says sports nutritionist Susan Kleiner, PhD, RD. Consider these FITNESS-approved.
Fit women are one of the fastest-growing markets for sports nutrition products. But do gels, bars, and protein shakes really boost your performance?
Learn what you miss when you skip your daily supplements, and how to pick the right multivitamin for your health.
In your battle of the bulge, when buying weight loss supplements, make sure you're getting your money's worth.
Who's making sure that the nutrition supplements, vitamins, and minerals you're taking are safe and effective? Actually, nobody. Here's the 411 on the pills you're swallowing.
Vegetables may not be as instantly pleasing as sweets, but they're an essential part of your diet. Here's expert advice on adding veggies to your meals — even if you hate them.
Check out the workout playlist this R&B singer listens to when she hits the gym instead of the stage.
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