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.
When a crazy schedule leaves no room for a grocery trip, it's time to call in the pros. These services drop off fresh ingredients for fast, weekly meals so all you have to do is cook and eat.
Not all superfoods come from the Amazon or cost as much as adopting an acre of rain forest.
Most of us devote less than an hour a day to cooking and working out combined, Ohio State University researchers found, so longer gym sessions mean less kitchen time.
We all know that scarfing down a sandwich in front of the computer is bad news. Here's how to make your midday meal energizing, slimming, and totally satisfying.
The latest foodie fad just might be the ideal diet. It's healthy, cheap and yummy -- and you don't have to give up a thing.
Stroll down any supermarket aisle -- even the candy one -- and you'll find shelf after shelf of foods that sound so good for you, they might as well be vitamins.
It turns out your guy's eating habits can actually result in weight loss, not gain. Annoying? Yes. Effective? Absolutely.
You know not to eat cheese fries before getting on the Tilt-A-Whirl or to chug a giant iced tea before squeezing into the window seat.
Give your body the jolt it needs in the kitchen and the gym. Here, the latest clean eating recipes and new calorie-blasting workout moves to look good, feel better, and work out harder.
Just because that bag of chips is calling your name doesn't mean you have to answer. Read on to silence your cravings and ramp up your willpower.
If you come to a fork in the rotini, grab it.
Considering that most of us go out for breakfast, lunch, or dinner five times a week, you would think we'd all be pros at avoiding restaurant fat traps.
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