Superfoods shouldn't overshadow vegetables

DALLAS, Aug. 19 (UPI) -- Zucchini may not be a nutritional powerhouse -- or described as a "superfood" -- but it should be eaten regularly, a U.S. nutritionist advises.

After wedding, newlyweds gain weight

DALLAS, June 26 (UPI) -- An old saying that married couples gain weight turns out to be true, a U.S. expert says.

Choose whole grains, good food, not diets

DALLAS, March 13 (UPI) -- As the days get longer and bathing-suit season draws near, some try fad diets, when healthier eating should be the goal, a U.S. nutritionist says.

Cherries help heart, help prevent diabetes

DALLAS, Feb. 17 (UPI) -- Cherries, a super fruit, may reduce factors associated with heart disease and diabetes, a U.S. researcher suggests.

Begin watching waistline on New Year's Eve

DALLAS, Dec. 29 (UPI) -- The New Year's Eve party is a good place and time to start keeping a New Year's resolution to watch one's weight, a U.S. expert suggests.

Eating of the green can ensure health

DALLAS, March 12 (UPI) -- Think green on St. Patrick's Day -- and the rest of the year -- when it comes to diet and reap benefits, U.S. dietitians advise.

Cutting holiday calories helps waistline

DALLAS, Dec. 24 (UPI) -- Holiday meals can take a toll on the waistline, but a U.S. expert advises some key food substitutions can cut calories.

Eat before and after a workout

DALLAS, Dec. 16 (UPI) -- Before hitting the pavement for an early morning run or workout, eat a banana, or drink glass of skim milk, advises a U.S. dietitian.

Ways to avoid holiday food gain

DALLAS, Dec. 16 (UPI) -- A Texas dietitian suggests that although most Americans gain about 2 pounds each holiday season, there are ways to avoid gaining holiday weight.

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Nuts are a healthy holiday treat, as winter approaches it's a good time to remember symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, and other news of modern health.

Two diet supplements may slow aging

BERKELEY, Calif., Feb. 18 (UPI) -- Two dietary supplements appear to restore some youthful, peppy energy in aging rats but do not seem to guarantee a longer life, according to a new study released Monday.
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