Eating and Nutrition - Videos

5 Worst Foods to Eat Late at Night

Contrary to popular belief, eating at night doesn’t make you gain weightâ€"exceeding your daily calorie need doesâ€"but there are specific foods that don’t make the best bedtime snacks.

The 5 Healthiest Subway Sandwiches You Should Order, According to Our Nutritionist

Our nutritionist shares tips to finding healthy Subway menu options at any store.

Greek Yogurt Vs. Regular Yogurt: Which Is Better For You?

Business Insider reports that from 2008 to 2013, Greek yogurt quadrupled in production. But is Greek yogurt actually better for you? Well, it depends what is meant by "better." Greek yogurt is strained more than regular yogurt, making it thicker--but a little more sour. Greek yogurt also has more protein, and half the amount of carbs and sugar of regular yogurt. On the other hand, it has more fat and slightly fewer nutrients than regular yogurt.

Ginger Ale Isn't the Key to Calming Your Stomachâ€"Here's Why

These alternatives will do a much better job of taming your tummy.

Meghan Markle Will Probably Have to Change Her Diet During Pregnancyâ€"Here's Why

Health pros say there are quite a few risks associated for women experiencing geriatric pregnancies, including these diet-related issues.

“Diet” Foods You Need to Ditch

Leave these 11 diet-sabotaging culprits behind and satisfying with these diet-worthy alternatives instead.

Here's an Easy Hack for Keeping Portion Control In Check When Dining Out

Asking your server one question could keep you from calorie overload.

Drs. Rx: Does How You Cook Your Potatoes Affect Its Nutrition?

The Doctors examine how baking, steaming, and microwaving affect a potato’s glycemic index and reveal which method of cooking is healthiest.

Can Vegetables Help Fight Illness and Ailments?

The Doctors discuss a new program that is providing fresh vegetables as a prescription to certain types of medical issues.

Drs. Rx: Can the Type of Glass You Are Using Affect How Much You Drink?

Is it possible to limit how much you consume by simply switching up what you put it in? The Doctors discuss the big difference using a tall thin glass compared to a short wide can make.

Is Your Squash Toxic?

The Doctors weigh in on the viral claim that bitter tasting squash can poison you. Find out the answer before you enjoy your next piece of squash.

Tasty and Healthy Meals the Entire Family Will Love

Lisa Leake, author of “100 Days of Real Food on a Budget,” joins The Doctors to share meal ideas that are healthy, budget-friendly and something your whole family will enjoy.

Sauces to Make Your Pasta Healthier

The sauce you’re putting on pasta might be sabotaging your waistline. The Doctors share tips on how to make your Italian dinners healthier.

Drs. Rx: Can Blueberries Help Prevent Diseases?

The Doctors discuss a study which claims blueberries contain an antioxidant which may help to slow the progression of certain types of disease. Find out simple ways to add this fruit to your diet.

Eat Pasta and Lose Weight?

The Doctors discuss a new study which claims that eating certain types of pasta â€" in specific portions â€" 3 times a week may help you lose weight.

Mom vs Keto

Nicole, a lover of all things sugar, tries to spend an entire day eating keto-approved recipes. Can she roll with fat bombs and pork snacks, or will she lose focus and veer off to the doughnut shop?

Can the Prolonged Fasting ‘Snake Diet’ Help You Lose Weight?

The Doctors welcome Cole Robinson, creator of “The Snake Diet,” to discuss his prolonged fasting diet.

The Dangers of Prolonged Fasting

While discussing “The Snake Diet” with its creator Cole Robinson, The Doctors issue a strong warning against prolonged fasting and detail how it can adversely affect someone’s health.

Is ‘The Snake Diet’ Harming People’s Health?

The Doctors continue their discussion with Cole Robinson, creator of “The Snake Diet,” and talk about whether his approach to obesity is actually harming people.

Drs. Rx: Cut Your Sugar Intake by Swapping Dried Fruits for Fresh

Looking to limit your sugar intake? The Doctors share a simple swap suggestion that will help you cut down on unhealthy sweets while still enjoying fruit.

Warning Against Using Seizure Medication for Weight Loss

The Doctors discuss the possible dangers of using a medication usually prescribed for migraines and seizures with Aracely, who says she suffered severe side effects while taking the medication.

Omega-3s: Benefits from Head to Toe

The Doctors discuss how Omega-3s can help provide multiple health benefits and are essential building blocks for the body.

Weight Watchers Unveils New Brand Name and Slogan

The rebranding includes new rewards for starting healthy habits.

Drs. Rx: Make Your Baked Goods Healthier with Banana Flour

The Doctors share how you can still enjoy baked goods with a little less guilt with the use of banana flour.

Guilt-Free ‘Hot Noodz’ Pasta

The Doctors share new healthy twists on pasta including red lentil pasta and chickpea pasta that will help cut down on calories and boost your protein intake.

Almond, Soy, and Coconut Milk Crackdown?

Will dairy-alterative beverages like almond milk, soy milk and coconut milk need to come up with a new way to describe themselves? The FDA might be setting new rules on what constitutes “milk.”

A Lozenge That Stops Sugar Cravings?

We test out a product that claims to stop a sugar craving with 4 self-proclaimed sugar addicts. Will sucking on a minty lozenge purge their urge for sweets?

8 Surprising Foods That Can Cause Bad Breath

Plus, easy ways to counteract them.

Food Toxins: How to Protect Your Kids and Yourself

Pediatrician Dr. Katherine Williamson, Vice-President of the Orange County Chapter of The American Academy of Pediatrics, shares tips on how to keep possible toxins from food and containers away from your children.

Drs. Rx: The Amazing Health Benefits of Eating Fish

The Doctors share some of the amazing ways eating more fish can improve your health and possibly cut down on your chances of developing certain diseases.