Hummus and pita chips? Ho-hum. Instead, impress your guests with these super-tasty apps, all around 100 calories or less.
Easy, healthy dinners to help you lose 10 pounds in four weeks.
Quinoa, a grain that is used in many South American dishes, is high in protein and is gluten-free. Plus, its mild taste and rich texture make it perfect for different kinds of dishes.
Indulge guilt-free with this healthy French fries recipe.
Have a healthy dinner ready in 20 minutes! These low-fat, low-calorie healthy dinner recipes are perfect for busy nights.
Healthy chicken recipes that are fast, simple and healthy. This year, resolve to bust your dinner rut.
Get your fill of good-for-you carbs with these healthy pasta dishes. Make sure to cook with whole wheat pasta to get more protein and fiber.
Get ready to be bowled over. These seven filling and delicious soups and stews will satisfy your fall cravings — without the fat and calories.
The slim girl's surprising secret weapon? A slow cooker. These easy, healthy slow cooker recipes make healthy eating a snap.
These delicious dinner recipes will keep you satisfied and still help you lose weight.
Slash calories without feeling hungry with these hearty recipes from the FITNESS Healthy Test Kitchen. Each recipe makes 4 servings.
Our new favorite way to eat dinner? Pile a delicious mix of good-for-you grains, protein and veggies into one bowl—and dig in.
Ever tempted to eat chocolate for dinner?
If you're roasting cauliflower florets and calling it a day, you're ignoring tons of delicious cauliflower recipes. The cruciferous veg is not only low in calories, it's high in versatility.
Put the pizza delivery guy on hold this week—our delicious lightened-up pies take no more than 15 minutes to prep. Go on, grab a slice.
Yes, you can indulge in cheesy fried goodness. No, this is not a joke. These healthy faves are packed with flavor, not fat, to let you satisfy every craving guilt-free.
Whether you're already eating paleo or intrigued by the hugely popular "caveman diet," there's one thing you should know: A lot of common ingredients are off limits (think: grains, dairy, legumes, ref
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