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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.

When a crazy schedule leaves no room for a grocery trip, it's time to call in the pros. These services drop off fresh ingredients for fast, weekly meals so all you have to do is cook and eat.

Delicious ideas to up your veggie intake and bring more color into your diet.

Not all superfoods come from the Amazon or cost as much as adopting an acre of rain forest.

You've heard the scary rumors about GMOs, but numerous studies show they don't hurt your health. And guess what? You've already been eating them for years.

Most of us devote less than an hour a day to cooking and working out combined, Ohio State University researchers found, so longer gym sessions mean less kitchen time.

We all know that scarfing down a sandwich in front of the computer is bad news. Here's how to make your midday meal energizing, slimming, and totally satisfying.

The latest foodie fad just might be the ideal diet. It's healthy, cheap and yummy -- and you don't have to give up a thing.

Stroll down any supermarket aisle -- even the candy one -- and you'll find shelf after shelf of foods that sound so good for you, they might as well be vitamins.

It turns out your guy's eating habits can actually result in weight loss, not gain. Annoying? Yes. Effective? Absolutely.

You know not to eat cheese fries before getting on the Tilt-A-Whirl or to chug a giant iced tea before squeezing into the window seat.

Give your body the jolt it needs in the kitchen and the gym. Here, the latest clean eating recipes and new calorie-blasting workout moves to look good, feel better, and work out harder.

No need to sweat about sodium if you're healthy and fit. Here's why you should take all that expert advice about cutting back your intake with, well, a grain of salt.

For many of us, getting older and wider go hand in hand: Most adults pack on an average of 3.4 pounds every four years.

There's no need to feel guilty about pasta. Or bread. Or potatoes. Get the skinny on why carbs should make a comeback in your diet.

Strength routine to sculpt all over? Check. Cardio program to blast fat? Done. Groundbreaking list of the latest, greatest flat-belly superfoods? Coming right up! More than half of U.S.

Start spreading the nut butter news. This superfood is packed with health perks, from improving breast health to lowering bad cholesterol.

Just because that bag of chips is calling your name doesn't mean you have to answer. Read on to silence your cravings and ramp up your willpower.