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How about a balanced meal?

Learn More About A Balanced Meal

The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) has replaced its "pyramid" representation of healthy eating with a plate featuring four colored sections representing fruits, vegetables, grains and proteins, along with a glass representing dairy. The plate emphasizes several important nutritional messages: eat smaller portions, make at least half the plate fruits and vegetables, and avoid sugary drinks. It's really that simple.

Vitamin C

Learn About Vitamin C

We've all heard about the benefits of vitamin C -- especially its potential use in preventing the common cold. Getting enough vitamin C shouldn't be a problem in developed countries with year-round access to fresh fruit and vegetables, which makes the results of a recent study all the more perplexing.

Prostate Health

Learn About Prostate Health

Prostate cancer strikes nearly a quarter of a million men each year, making it the most commonly diagnosed form of cancer. Evidence suggests that male hormones may contribute to the development of this disease as we age.

Studies of dietary antioxidants have provided encouraging data on the prevention of prostate cancer, an observation supported by a study published by the Journal of the National Cancer Institute.

Vitamin D

Learn More About Vitamin D

Type 1 diabetes is a condition in which the body does not properly produce or utilize insulin, a hormone that helps us digest the food we eat. People with type 1 diabetes (usually children) experience a build-up of blood sugar that passes out of their body in their urine, draining the fuel they need.