Eric Rimm, professor in the Departments of Epidemiology and Nutrition at Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, discussed the recently released 2020–2025 U.S. Dietary Guidelines.
Reducing red meat consumption while eating more plant and dairy protein could lower the risk of developing and dying from coronary heart disease.
Vegetable protein-based products, like burgers that attempt to replicate the taste and texture of meat, may contain unhealthy ingredients.
Eating three or four eggs a week doesn’t appear to have a major effect on blood cholesterol for people who don’t already have high cholesterol or type 2 diabetes.
The flurry of nutritional information in the media can make healthy meal planning seem daunting and confusing. But it doesn’t have to be.
The ultra-low-carbohydrate Keto diet can help people lose weight in the short term, but it may not be healthy over the long term. The Keto diet emphasizes high intake of fats, some protein, and very small amounts of…
Mounting evidence that red meat may be harmful to health—and environmental and ethical concerns around industrial farming practices—has given rise to a number of alternative products, such as plant-based foods that taste like meat.
When it’s not doused in butter or mayonnaise, lobster can be a healthy option.
Peanuts are often regarded as less healthy than tree nuts such as almonds, but that isn’t necessarily true.
A recent study by Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health researchers that found not all plant-based diets to be healthy was the subject of an October 2, 2017 New York Times article. The study, led by Ambika…