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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.

May the margaritas flow and the salsa be spicy. It's time to get festive for your Mexican fiesta with eight delicious south-of-the-border vegan recipes!

Chickpea water is poised to be the next big health food flying off store shelves. Here's what you need to know about aquafaba.

Take a look through these recipes ideas for dietitian-approved ways to use cucumber—a perfect veggie for snacks, sides, and even main dishes. 

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. 

Wondering what makes that baby spinach at the market so special? RD Amy Gorin explains.

Hint: Even dairy can have added salt!

"Nutritional yeast" sounds straight ewwy, but is seriously delicious.

Why java may be the future of healthy desserts (insert praying hands emoji here).

Here's why experts are rethinking their recommendations to eat less fat and cholesterol.

This hearty sweet potato chili recipe will get you through fall and winter without packing on the pounds.

If it seems like chili was made for frat guys watching football, these 10 vegetarian chili recipes will make you think again.

Sick of boring ol' grilled chicken breast? These 20 gluten-free chicken recipes will please everyone at the table—whether or not they have dietary restrictions.

Gluten-free brownies are great, but they don't always make the nutrition cut when you're looking for a healthy snack. (We know, we know.

You know to look at the nutrition label before making a food purchase at the grocery store, but what should you be looking for?

No matter if you're gluten-free by choice or necessity, you'll want to dig into these super-easy gluten-free recipes for dinner. The best part? They can be on the table in 30 minutes or less.

You may have heard that you should consume about 65 grams of protein a day, but why?