People who eat the Atlantic diet, which is based on traditional eating patterns in northwest Spain and northern Portugal, may reduce their risk of developing metabolic syndrome.
For those who eat a balanced diet, drinking milk isn’t necessary for good health, according to Harvard Chan School experts.
Drinking large amounts of fruit juice can be unhealthy because it is metabolized differently than whole fruit, which contains fiber.
Eating plant protein in midlife may help women stay healthy as they age.
The portfolio diet—a plant-based diet designed to lower unhealthy cholesterol—may lower the risk of heart disease and stroke, according to a new Harvard Chan School study.
Access to new weight loss drugs is in the hands of drugs companies, pharmacy benefit managers, and health insurers—leaving experts wondering about the future of health costs and outcomes among patients with obesity.
People who eat just two servings of red meat per week may have an increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes compared to people who eat fewer servings, and the risk increases with greater consumption, according to a…
People who eat a diet rich in high quality carbohydrates such as whole grains, fruit, and non-starchy vegetables may gain less weight in middle age than those whose diets contain more sugar and starchy vegetables.
Plant-based low-carbohydrate diet linked with lower risk of premature death for people with type 2 diabetes
Following a low-carbohydrate diet comprised primarily of plant-based foods was significantly associated with lower risk of premature death among people with type 2 diabetes, according to a new study led by researchers at Harvard Chan School.
The School offered a new course during January WinterSession called “Integrating Nutrition into Clinical Medicine: The Role of Health Professionals as Change Agents.”