While more and more studies confirm the benefits of probiotics, new research shows the labels on many probiotics don't give consumers the information they need. CBS News' Wendy Gillette has more.
What's In Your Probiotic?While more and more studies confirm the benefits of probiotics, new research shows the labels on many probiotics don't give consumers the information they need. CBS News' Wendy Gillette has more.
Dietary Supplements May Be Harming ChildrenCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on the new warning about dietary supplements taken by minors.
Energy Drink Risks You Need To KnowA new study on energy drinks finds they can raise blood pressure and cause heart problems.
Keto Diet Goes VegetarianBy now, you’ve probably heart of the ketogenic diet. It’s a very restrictive regimen of low carb, high fat foods with some similarities to the Atkin’s diet. But what if you don’t eat meat? Now, a plant-based keto is catching on. CBS2's Mary Calvi has more.
'Better Than Keto' DietCelebrity fitness trainer Jorge Cruise stopped by CBS2 to discuss the "Better Than Keto" diet.
Keto Diet Pros, Cons And Tips For Making It WorkNutritional therapist Amy Ruth Finegold shares to positives and negatives of using the Keto diet to lose weight.
Is America Ready For Fake 3D Printed Steaks?A Spanish company wants to fill the world with “conscious carnivores” one steak at a time. The company relies on 3D printers to make their meat stand out.
Campaign Begins For Soda-Free FebruaryCBS2's Dr. Max Gomez has the latest on a new campaign to encourage people to stop drinking soda for one month.
Future Of Food Safety In Palm Of User’s HandThe future of food safety technology may be in your phone as artificial intelligence may soon detect if food or alcohol is bad or even dangerous. CBS2’s Nikki Battiste reports.
Heavy Metals Found In Fruit JuicesSome occur naturally from the air, water and soil, but they can also wind up in food during manufacturing and packaging. Anna Wener reports.
A-Rod, J-Lo Touting 10-Day Diet ChallengeAre you willing to cut out sugar and carbs for ten days? CBS2's Natalie Duddridge has more.
New Diet Preventing Environmental DamageA new diet promises to cause less damage to the environment and further promote individual health. CBSN New York's Alex Denis reports.
Healthy Eating Habits For KidsDr. Dina Rose shares healthy eating tips for children with CBS2's Cindy Hsu and Janelle Burrell.
Taking A Trip Through Time At McNulty's Tea And CoffeeAs a teen, David Wong worked for the McNulty family at their Greenwich Village institution. Today, he's the owner.
Doctors Warn Of 'Patry Palpitations' From Holiday Food, DrinkWhile 'tis the season for eating and drinking, doctors warn on what health factors to watch out for and how to make the best choices. CBSN New York's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Tips To Avoid Gaining Weight During The HolidaysIt's tough sticking to a healthy diet with all sorts of tasty treats around. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez shows us how it's doable.
Teaching Children How To Lead A Healthy LifestylePersonal trainer and author Jasson Finney sat down with CBS2’s Andrea Grymes and Cindy Hsu to share some tips on how to help kids learn healthy habits early.
Intuitive Eating: How To Listen To What Your Body Is Telling YouNutrition experts say the better way to health and wellness is intuitive eating, trusting the signals from your body rather than external dieting rules.
New Hope For Peanut Allergy SufferersThere may soon be some relief for children with peanut allergies.
Condiment Quota For L.I. School DistrictThe Eastport-South Manor Central School District on Long Island sent a letter home to parents, saying it is limiting the amount out condiments for students. CBS2's Carolyn Gusoff reports.
How To Trick-Or-Treat With Less Sugar In The HaulWith Halloween's “candy craze” about to begin, parents are urged to try this "trick:" "Set your kids up with a healthy belly full of food before they head out to trick-or-treat." CBS2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
NYC Declares War On SugarThe city's health department proposed a crackdown that could change what people from coast to coast are allowed to consume. CBS2's Dave Carlin reports.
NYC To Mandate Cuts In Sugar For Drinks, Packaged FoodsAs part of a national effort, city health officials will push companies to cut sugar by 20 percent in packaged foods and 40 percent in drinks by 2025. CBS2's Dick Brennan reports.
Eating Processed Meats Could Put Women At Risk For Breast CancerAs CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports, it even includes some deli meats we first thought was healthy.
Obesity To Overtake Smoking As Top Preventable Cause Of Cancer In WomenA new report in Britain estimates 23,000 British women will be diagnosed with obesity-related cancers by 2035.
What Kids Are Drinking Blamed For Type 2 DiabetesOne in three U.S. children are considered overweight or obese, and experts are putting the blame on drinking too much soda or other sugary beverages. CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports.
Study Finds Long Island Nutrition Lagging Behind On Fruits, VegetablesLong Island is lagging behind the rest of the state when it comes to eating enough fruits and vegetables, CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reported Thursday.
Update: Study Finds Long Island Not Eating Enough Fruits, VegetablesLong Islanders are not eating enough of the recommended daily servings of vegetables and fruits. A new analysis from the Long Island Health Collaborative shows that between 2013 and 2015 in Nassau and Suffolk counties, the percentages of those eating less than one fruit and less than one vegetable a day were increasing. CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
Common Breakfast MistakesIf you're trying to lose weight and not having any success, it may be because of your breakfast. CBS2's Alex Denis has some common mistakes experts say could impact your waistline.