Diet + Nutrition

A good diet and nutrition are a central part of overall health and well-being, and one of the most difficult elements to maintain sometimes while traveling. At the same time, living among other cultures oftentimes gives us the opportunity to reflect on and adjust our diet, often adding new foods or modifying when and how we eat.

Photo: Lola (Akinmade) Åkerström

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How to beat your sugar addiction

Meet the Latinx chef cooking “liberation cuisine” to create social change

I grew up as a full-bodied woman. Here’s how it has destroyed my self-esteem

Watch: here’s how to eat like an Olympian

The US wants to give peanuts to malnourished Haitian kids. Why is that a problem?

Why are Thailand’s monks so fat they need to wear special girdles?

I traveled for years with an eating disorder. Here is what I missed

California wants to lead the US in tackling body image issues. Here’s how

What the US can learn from Japan about childhood obesity

10 million African children are now obese or overweight

Infographic: How to make 8 organic foods at home

I ate the beating heart of a live snake in Vietnam. Here’s why I’ll never do it again.

How much you’ll need to run to burn off that Thanksgiving dinner

The 5 worst countries in the world for vegetarians

How to inflate a French person’s ego

Are you living in one of the top 10 US ‘couch potato’ states?

6 French ways to stay fit and healthy that we should bring to the US

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