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Food & Nutrition

When it comes to food, we want to help you do more than diet. This is your complete guide to eating well, including hundreds of healthy (and delicious) recipes, smart shopping tips, on-the-go eating strategies, and the skinny on the vitamins your body needs most.

Burgers, tacos, pizza — find out which of your fast-food favorites aren't so bad after all. Our list includes picks from KFC, McDonald's, Taco Bell, and more, plus healthy fast-food desserts.

Are you tired of the same old barbecue food? It might be time to lighten up the heavy burgers and hot dogs menu by swapping in some vegetarian options.

Eating gluten-free doesn't have to mean shelling out the big bucks for specialty food items.

Making diner classics at home doesn't have to be disastrous for your diet. These lighter versions still hit the spot.

With the popularity of gluten-free and paleo eating, cauliflower rice has proven to be a food trend with staying power. And it's easier to make at home than you might think.

You know you need to eat your broccoli. It's rich in phenolics—antioxidants that are linked to a lower risk of cancer and diabetes—and fiber.

Summer is finally here, which means rising temperatures and even sweatier workouts. Make sure you incorporate these foods into your pre-workout routine to keep you performing at your best.

Stock up on antioxidant-rich papaya, mango, and pineapple for these creative recipes.

Looking for a lighter and healthier taco recipe? Look no further. We've rounded up some of the most delicious veggie tacos that'll fill you up without filling your waistline out.

You've probably never thought about doing anything with the liquid from a can of chickpeas, other than drain it off. Enter aquafaba recipes.

Nothing is quite as naturally refreshing as mint, making it the perfect herb to add to your summer recipes.

The coffee giant launched new afternoon-only granita drinks that seem to be made with virtuous ingredients such as lemonade, tea, strawberries, or coffee over shaved ice.

Proof that there is no shortage of delicious ways to prepare this trendy vegetable.

Clean eating doesn't have to mean a juice cleanse.

A dietitian shares why fat isn't just acceptable; it's necessary to your healthy diet.

Beets are one of those superfoods that your 7-year-old self swore you'd never eat. Now, as an adult, your tastes have evolved (probably), and your nutritional awareness has grown (hopefully).

Did you know this tasty fruit is mostly water and helps you debloat? It's also rich in lycopene, an antioxidant that may fight cancer and heart disease.