If you drink it, then probably. Though the chemical structure of artificial sweeteners don’t directly cause weight gain, something else called ‘overcompensation for expected caloric reduction’ does. It’s what happens when you think you’re reducing the number of calories you’re ingesting. Basically, you end up eating way more.

Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org has more information.

Looking for a great holiday present for your family and loved ones? How about the gift of health? David Wolfe has an excellent message that you should definitely consider this holiday season.

We try to let you know all the health benefits of eating well, but if that’s not enough to get you eating more green and yellow veggies, then maybe their wrinkle-reducing benefits will? It certainly doesn’t hurt to find out what beautifying effects they have, too. Here’s Dr. Michael Greger, from NutritionFacts.org, with more information.

New case reports show that the common sugar substitute aspartame may be linked to chronic fibromyalgia pain. Simply removing it from one’s diet may ease long-term discomfort. Have a look at what Dr. Michael Greger of NutritionFacts.org has to say.

If your child actually eats his or her fruits and vegetables, then consider yourself one of the lucky ones! For everyone else with picky little eaters, there’s the NutriBullet! Make your children a “milkshake” with plenty of colorful fruits, some healthy almond milk, and some hidden greens, and they’ll get all the essential vitamins and minerals their growing bodies need.

Here’s longevity and nutrition expert David Wolfe with some more tips on how to get your children to eat their veggies!