We've all been there. You vow to give up sweets, and you manage to stay strong for, oh, six days. Then you're in line for a cup of coffee and—like a woman possessed—order not one but two donuts.
Bumpy, gnarly root vegetables aren't the prettiest produce-section picks. They're easy to overlook next to vivid rainbow chard or a pile of glossy pomegranates.
With as many as 30 percent of Americans claiming they follow a gluten-free or reduced-gluten diet, according to the Center for Celiac Disease Research & Treatment, it seems g-free eating is more t
Yep, you're going to eat a ton of calories this Thursday. Stop stressing about it. Here's why you should fully embrace your Thanksgiving feast—without guilt.
Want ways to lighten up burgers and cookies without skimping on flavor? We scoured the new best-seller, The Skinnytaste Cookbook, by food blogger Gina Homolka for her best healthy cooking tricks.
"You are what you eat," is often said, but more and more research indicates that when you eat is a major player in your health game.
Don't you wish you could dig into your favorite party and holiday foods over the next two months and not see the slightest increase in the number on the scale?
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'Tis the season for sweet treats—which isn't a bad thing. Experts say that from-scratch desserts are better for your waistline than ho-hum packaged versions.
Sure, we all love jack-o'-lanterns and pumpkin spiced lattes in the fall, but let's think beyond the PSL this year.
No trick here: October 31 is hardly the healthiest day of the year. But balancing the countless sugar-bomb Halloween treats with nutritious food is easier (and more fun) than you may think.
Who has the willpower to resist the deluge of pumpkin-flavored-everything right now? (Not us!) We refuse to choose between festive fall treats and our skinny jeans.
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.
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