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A recent study found that eating “white meat” has the same effect on cholesterol as red meat. But what does the science say?
Natural sugars like honey, maple syrup, agave, and coconut sugar are better for you than table sugar. Or are they?
Celery-juice aficionados swear that a morning glass will soothe, slenderize, and make your skin radiant.
Nightshades are vegetables with a shady reputation that some say you should avoid.
Beet juice is the latest ergogenic aid guaranteed to take you to your next personal record or big win. Does it really work?
Eggs: one minute they’re in, the next minute they’re out