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Nutrition Facts

Get the real story when it comes to healthy eating, including the skinny on supplements and simple ways to make over your next meal.

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

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

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.

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.

If you come to a fork in the rotini, grab it.

Chocolate instead of vanilla. Kimmel over Fallon. Shaken, not stirred. Chances are, you feel pretty strongly about most choices in life.

Feeling lately like you want to quit on quinoa? Have no fear, there's another crop of superfoods to stock up on!

Just because they can whip up a mean lobster mac and cheese doesn't mean top chefs drown everything in butter.

You would never dream of limiting yourself to a single spice or type of cuisine (well, maybe Italian, but only if gelato were part of the deal).

If you've ever tried chia seed pudding, you know that superfood doesn't always equal superdelicious.

What does 65 grams of protein, the amount an active 130-pound woman needs each day, look like? Pretty darn delish.

Gabby demonstrates the perfect form for cleans at CrossFit Full Circle. Check out that muscle definition!

We all know her: that trim, toned woman who seems to live on grilled chicken, hard-boiled eggs, and nonfat yogurt.

Bread is not the enemy, and a burger won't kill you. Here's help separating food fact from fiction so you can enjoy your favorites once again.