No need to hide the veggies in this dish! Kids will love tearing up the kale and mixing the salad ingredients.
Following the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet reduced blood pressure. This diet is low in saturated fat, cholesterol and total fat and emphasizes fruits, vegetables and low-fat dairy products.
It's cute! It's fruit! This treat is a snowman you can eat!
The secret to this delicious drink's sweetness is apple juice.
If you’re in a baking mood, this oatmeal applesauce bread is sure to hit the spot! Bonus: You probably already have most of the ingredients in your pantry.
Enjoy this family favorite.
Omega-3s are a beneficial and essential form of fat, one that your body needs but can't make.
Many people experience late-in-the-day energy lags, but you can take steps to prevent them.
The sauces gives this nutty fish a distinctive zing.
Do you like to play with your food? Then you’ll love this box lunch that looks like a game of tic-tac-toe!
Break out the slow cooker for this warm, comforting dish.
You may think of heart disease as a problem for adults, not your young children. But diet and exercise habits started in childhood can begin a lifetime of heart health, or a lifetime of heart damage.
These tasty, low-fat burgers use extra-lean ground beef combined with mashed black beans to reduce fat content and make moist, flavorful patties. The jalapeño pepper, cumin, and cilantro add a kick.
Liven up turkey with this tasty dish.
In a healthy choice contest, fresh fruit would win out over a slice of pie any day. But many of us find it hard to resist the dessert. Here are tips to help you eat nutritiously.
This classic kitchen tool can’t be beat when it comes to healthy, homemade meals.
It's soup season. Indulge with this smoky, protein-rich recipe.
Looking to get more greens into your diet? Start early in the day with this fluffy and hearty omelet. Packed with spinach and sprinkled with crumbled goat cheese, it makes a great savory breakfast.
Creamy and sweet, this salad is a treat!
A healthful treat for summertime.
Try this as a dip for flatbread, pita chips, or carrot sticks.
If you are what you eat, that's even more true for your teeth and gums. When you drink and eat starchy foods, you're not only feeding yourself--you're feeding the plaque that can cause havoc in your mouth.
Many Americans don’t follow healthy eating recommendations. This may be in part because healthy choices often come with a higher price tag.
Triglycerides are the most common type of fat in your body. Most of your body's fat is stored as triglycerides.
This salad is delicious made with raspberry or peach white balsamic vinegar. But any fruit-flavored white balsamic vinegar will do nicely.