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Healthy Eating Tips

Frozen vs. fresh? What foods can cause heartburn? What's the deal with preservatives? We've got the answers to all your healthy eating questions, and we'll help you make sure your diet is as healthy as possible.

Eating healthy doesn't need to be complicated. Use these tips when deciding what to make for the week.

Ever wonder how hard it would be to really live a sugar-free life? One woman decided to find out if she could give up sugar for real.

Research reveals a new drug could help you eat less sugar, but there are better ways to cut your sugar intake.

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?

Sorry, your favorite local haunt may be just as unhealthy as its national chain counterpart, says a new study. Make dining out healthy with these tiny tricks.

There's a science to choosing the perfect energy supply to help you fly through your miles. We tapped some top pros to make it simple.

Putting a scoop of protein powder in your smoothie is a no-brainer.

Umami—the "fifth taste" everyone forgets about—is distinct from its better-known siblings (salty, sweet, sour, and bitter) thanks to its smooth and savory qualities.

Find yourself reaching for that bottle of Aleve every 28 days on the dot? Put it away.

Tired of smoking up your kitchen when you try to grill indoors? Follow these tips to get grilling, no matter the season.

The trusty countertop appliance might be a pro at blitzing up your morning kale-banana-berry smoothie, but it can make so much more than drinks. Here, some of our fave ways to use the blender.

You know you have a giant feast on the horizon, but what else should you eat on Christmas Day? Should you eat breakfast? Or hold off until the main event?

Want ways to lighten up burgers and cookies without skimping on flavor? We scoured the new best-seller, The Skinnytaste Cookbook, by food blogger Gina Homolka for her best healthy cooking tricks.

"You are what you eat," is often said, but more and more research indicates that when you eat is a major player in your health game.

Don't you wish you could dig into your favorite party and holiday foods over the next two months and not see the slightest increase in the number on the scale?

'Tis the season for sweet treats—which isn't a bad thing. Experts say that from-scratch desserts are better for your waistline than ho-hum packaged versions.

Who has the willpower to resist the deluge of pumpkin-flavored-everything right now? (Not us!) We refuse to choose between festive fall treats and our skinny jeans.