A dietitian offers top tips to keep your body hydrated, fueled and ready for race day.
A dietitian offers helpful tips to reduce your consumption of super-sweet additives.
Drinking a proper amount of water each day can help keep your sodium levels in check—and your heart will thank you.
Nix the beverages laden with artificial sweeteners, added sugars and caffeine—and make water your drink of choice.
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You can enjoy many of your favorite drinks when you're looking to hydrate—but water will always command the top spot.
Rather than heralding junk food and sodas, summertime should usher in fresh produce and healthy, on-the-go snacks.
Steer clear of drinks laden with sugars, flavoring, artificial sweeteners and color. A glass of water will always win.
Listen to your body. It'll tell you if you're dehydrated, if only you'll listen.
It’s more important than ever to keep our bodies strong.
By recognizing subtle problems early on, you can help avoid the development of more serious complications.