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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.

The perfect gazpacho recipe is just what you need to cool off when cooking over a hot stove is so not going to happen.

Tomatoes are a major source of the antioxidant lycopene and have been shown to decrease the risk of cancer, osteoporosis, and cardiovascular disease, according to an article in the American Journal of

One in every six American adults have high cholesterol, according to a recent CDC report. Keep your cholesterol in check with these delicious low-cholesterol recipes.

Though this rich form of dairy can sometimes be high in fat and calories, the healthiest cheese can also be loaded with key nutrients. So choose wisely, and the good will outweigh the bad.

We've all heard the stories of body builders eating extreme amounts of protein to build muscle. But protein is an essential part of your diet, even if you aren't looking to bulk up.

If being gluten-free is typically a breeze for you until you're craving something sweet, we've got just the thing: gluten-free desserts that re-create classics.

If you consider Brussels sprouts the black sheep of the veggie world, you just haven't found the right Brussels sprouts recipe yet.

Try these gluten-free cookie recipes and sink your teeth into a treat you'll want to make again and again. Because let's be honest, sometimes you do deserve a cookie.

Feeling left out at appetizer hour?

Want your side dish to steal the show at your upcoming summer BBQ?

Whether you're new to a gluten-free lifestyle or a seasoned g-free pro, you know finding foods that work for you—especially baked goods—can be challenging.

Are you stuck in a protein rut? It's time to think beyond chicken breast.

Ditching gluten from your diet doesn't mean you need to swear off the bread basket with it.

Tofu: Either you avoid it like the plague—likely because you don't know what to do with it—or you simply toss it in a stir-fry because, again, you don't know what to do with it.

Choosing to adopt a vegetarian diet requires commitment, planning, and a lot of patience (be prepared to explain for the millionth time why you brought your own veggie dish to the company barbecue).

Give yourself some props: You work out on the reg, you always eat enough servings of fruits and vegetables, and you never miss a checkup.