protein | KERA News

protein

Shutterstock

We all need protein — it's an essential nutrient for the body. But consuming too much protein, in regular food or supplements, may have consequences.

Shutterstock

Sales of meat substitutes are soaring because of concerns about personal health and the environment. But not all products are as healthy as advertised. Reading the nutrition label is important. 

WebMD.com

March is National Nutrition March.  In a KERA Health Checkup, some advice on the subject for people 50 and older. Sam Baker talked with Lona Sandon, assistant professor of clinical nutrition at U-T Southwestern Medical Center.