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.
Take a look through these recipes ideas for dietitian-approved ways to use cucumber—a perfect veggie for snacks, sides, and even main dishes.
A study suggests that fructose could make your brain slower and more forgetful. So should you avoid fruit and juice altogether?
Registered dietitian Keri Gans weighs in on a new study on chocolate and exercise.
Tahini is a staple in many parts of the world, but in the U.S., you probably know the ground sesame seed paste best as an ingredient in hummus or salad dressings.
There are plenty of non-meat ways to fight iron deficiency. Try these superfoods, and included recipes, to up your iron.
For yet another reason to avoid those unhealthy chains, a new study reveals that plastic by-products could be lurking inside drive-through meals.
Spring is the perfect time to try a recipe with flavorful lavender. Think: muffins, lattes, and more.
Sure, mason jars make adorable Pinterest crafts, but they look even better filled with healthy, tasty food that you can take on the go.
Red or white, spicy or fruity—no matter your preference we've got an expert tip on using wine for cooking. While you're at it, pour a glass for yourself too.
Research reveals a new drug could help you eat less sugar, but there are better ways to cut your sugar intake.
Find new ways to add this fruit staple to your weekly meals, from breakfast to dessert.
Modify the protein on your plate with these meatless alternatives.
Warm weather is fast approaching, and so is the time to eat clean for a happy and healthy summer body. But that doesn't mean you need to swear off pizza, pasta and grilled cheese for good!
Wondering what makes that baby spinach at the market so special? RD Amy Gorin explains.
The next time you hit up Whole Foods, grab some frozen or powdered acai. This antioxidant-rich ingredient can be used in so much more than a simple smoothie.
Over the past week, more than 40,000 cans of tuna have been recalled for concerns that they could cause food poisoning. So, what does that mean for your lunch this week?
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