Nutrition

Osteoarthritis can potentially be prevented with a good diet and regular exercise, an expert review published in the Nature Reviews Rheumatology Journal reports.

A recent study shows that limiting whole grains as part of a reduced-gluten diet could actually increase heart attack risk in people without coeliac disease.

Researchers from Queen’s University Belfast have found that almost half of baby rice food products contain illegal levels of inorganic arsenic.

We've all seen messages from the "food police" telling us that sugary snacks are bad. Ironically, these messages may backfire, actually causing us to eat more.

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Children breastfeeding after their first birthday should take vitamin D supplements, says a study - even if they are also eating solid foods.

Nutritionist Diana Robinson lifts the lid on the dirty dozen of the fruit and veg world - and the clean 15 you should stock up on.

Maintaining good levels of beneficial gut bacteria is essential to ensure your body functions optimally, writes naturopath Teresa Mitchell-Paterson.

Your cravings may have surprising causes, including hormonal imbalances or microbial overgrowth. Nutritionist Diana Robinson steers you to smarter options.

Rosemary Ann Ogilvie talks to the raw food dynamic sister act and winners of The Magic Elephant's "Female Entrepreneurs Under 30", Gina and Eccie Newton.

Dietary fat is perhaps one of the most confusing and controversial areas of nutrition for people to navigate. Naturopath Tania Flack makes it easy for you.

Avocadoes really are a superfood, with a new review finding that they lower cholesterol and blood pressure, and protect against obesity, heart disease, and diabetes.

Pamela Allardice talks to Taline Gabrielan, founder of Hippie Lane and Instagram's vegan-goes-luxe darling.

Recent research sheds light on artificial sweeteners' impact in the brain, and why they actually increase your appetite for sugary foods.

Eating one serving a day of beans, peas, chickpeas or lentils could contribute to modest weight loss, a study suggests.