Lots of foods can be healthy choices if you have diabetes or are concerned about getting it. But a few really pack a punch with vitamins, minerals, fiber, or healthy fats.
Heart disease. Cancer. Diabetes. If only there were an easy way to protect yourself—some simple thing you could pop in your mouth to help ward off these and other health worries.
Today's goal is not to re-create a Norman Rockwell painting, but to produce a festive meal you will be happy to serve on Thanksgiving Day. The biggest change: If you don't need to present the whole turkey for carving at the table, cook a turkey breast instead.
Vegetables offer not only a variety of flavors and textures--they are also packed with nutrients. But many Americans limit their vegetable consumption to just a few types.
Full of oats, flaxseed, and cottage cheese, these cookies are as healthy as they are delicious.
This bread is low in all the right places— saturated fat, cholesterol, and sodium—without losing any taste and texture.
Imagine there was a nutrient that may boost your heart health, reduce your risk for depression, safeguard against certain types of cancer, protect your eyes, and improve symptoms related to rheumatoid arthritis. There is: omega-3 fatty acids.
If you’re like most people, you probably eat without thinking about it. But this means that you may also have some less-than-healthy eating habits.
This hearty but healthy breakfast will get your day started right.
Making smart choices about what you eat and drink is important for managing diabetes. Counting carbohydrates (“carbs”) is one way to do that.
Why not introduce a new cookie to your holiday rotation? These pack in a lot of flavor but very little sugar.
Crave chocolate? Your addiction could have unexpected health benefits. Research shows that consuming cocoa may lower blood pressure and cholesterol, as well as improve blood flow.
Eating a diet rich in fruits and vegetables is good for your health, and it may reduce your risk for many chronic illnesses. Here’s how to choose produce at the peak of its freshness so you’ll enjoy it even more.
Add some zing to your H2O.
These extra sweet strawberries are quick and satisfying.
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We constantly lose water, so we need to replace it. But how much do you really need?
Emotional eating affects most people from time to time. But regularly letting your feelings guide your food intake can affect your health.
Farmers markets offer tasty field-fresh veggies.
Serve as dessert, for breakfast topped with low-fat yogurt, or drained over lettuce as a salad.
It's pizza. It's sweet. It's healthy. What's not to love about this treat?
Drinking 100 percent fruit may juice sound like a healthy option, but it’s a far cry from eating the real deal—whole, fresh fruit.
Perk up an old holiday favorite with the brightness of fruit and two kinds of healthy rice.
According to new research published in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, eating full-fat dairy products may not raise your risk for heart disease or death, and may even protect against stroke.
Eggs and veggies mix to create a hearty, healthy breakfast.
Eating healthy is an important part of a healthy lifestyle and is something that should be taught to children at a young age.
Maintaining a healthy diet is one of the best weapons for fighting cardiovascular disease and other heart conditions.
Bacteria can spread anywhere in the kitchen. Read on for a detailed guide to preventing contamination in your kitchen, and tips for cleaning and disinfecting.
Choosing how to feed your baby is an important decision that has life-long effects for your baby and for you.