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When it comes to your health, these foods pack the biggest nutritional bang for your calorie buck. From energy-boosting fruits to snacks that fight wrinkles, these foods are changing the way we define "health food."

Packed with fiber, protein, and omega-3 fats, chia seeds have taken the internet by storm, showing up in parfaits and smoothie bowls on every Instagram account and Pinterest board.

Seeds are super healthy and supply a dose of fiber, protein, and healthy fats. These six are the best of the best.

Registered dietitian Keri Gans weighs in on a new study on chocolate and exercise.


Find new ways to add this fruit staple to your weekly meals, from breakfast to dessert.

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.

Rambutan healthy fruit

Registered dietitian Amy Gorin shares the fruits you should try for maximum variety and nutrition. (Yes, a rambutan is a fruit.)

Startup food companies are trying to get America hooked on a whole new type of protein: bugs.

Registered dietitian Deborah Tagliareni explains what exactly a "pulse" is and why they're ideal for a healthy diet.

Are you missing your local farmers' market?

Jennifer Lopez, Kate Hudson, Gwyneth Paltrow—there's a whole crew of celebs who seem to have Benjamin Button syndrome.

Cozy and comforting meals you'll want to eat all day long.

You might already be using beauty products that list avocado oil as an ingredient.

Sick of the same old pumpkin-spiced everything? These international dishes use the season's favorite flavor for pumpkin recipes like you've never tasted them before.

From childhood, we learned beans are a magical fruit. The fiber, protein, and variety of nutrients they contain are just a few reasons that's true—and why you should be eating more of them.

From fall-favorite butternut to summer-staple zucchini, there are some common denominators when it comes to the nutrition benefits of squash: free-radical-fighting vitamin A, immune-boosting vitamin C

Apples have fiber to keep you full, help to regulate blood sugar levels, and are a great source of vitamin C.

Your days of unhealthy snacking are a thing of the past, thanks to this easy-to-make, super-nutritious snack food.