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By Ryan Raman, MS, RD

Oats are widely regarded as one of the healthiest grains you can eat, as they're packed with many important vitamins, minerals, and fiber.

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By Kris Gunnars, BSc

Common sense should not be taken for granted when people are discussing nutrition.

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By Ansley Hill

Vitamin D is an essential nutrient that your body needs for many vital processes, including building and maintaining strong bones.

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Calcium plays crucial roles in your body.

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By Jesica Salyer

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By Franziska Spritzler, RD, CDE

Despite what you may have heard, eating breakfast isn't necessary for everyone.

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By Lizzie Streit, MS, RDN, LD

Vitamin supplements are incredibly popular all over the world. Many people believe that taking vitamins can improve health or compensate for a poor diet.

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By Gavin Van De Walle MS, RD

Moringa is an Indian herb derived from the Moringa oleifera tree.

It has been used in Ayurveda medicine — an ancient Indian medical system — to treat skin diseases, diabetes and infections for thousands of years.

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By Mary Jane Brown, PhD, RD (UK)

Although often considered a vegetable, artichokes (Cynara cardunculus var. scolymus) are a type of thistle.

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By Gavin Van De Walle

Detoxification — or detox — is a popular buzzword.

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How to Make a Homemade Digestive Bitter

Fire Up Your Digestion With These 6 Herbs and Spices

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By Tiffany La Forge

Your body naturally produces acid, bile, and enzymes to help break down what you eat so you can absorb nutrients, but there are also some times our digestive system needs a little support. In comes: bitter herbs — or more popularly known as bitters.

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