While the National Institute of Medicine says you should eat 130 grams of carbs per day, most adults eat upwards of 200 grams.
It's no secret that eating a high-protein breakfast helps you stave off cravings later in the day. But how much should you have?
We discovered more than a dozen low-carb snacks that keep you full, taste great, and—bonus—are all RD-approved. Time to start snacking smarter.
Ever do a detox diet only to feel hangry, miserable, and not-all-that-healthy? This detox diet—which is all about adding food rather than taking it away—is about to change that.
We've all heard the stories of body builders eating extreme amounts of protein to build muscle. But protein is an essential part of your diet, even if you aren't looking to bulk up.
It's tempting to dive into a three-day juice cleanse after a weekend of too much food and too many cocktails. But is a condensed cleanse worth its weight in green? Find out here.
Dietary protein isn't just important for body builders and Paleo diet devotees.
The concept behind clean eating seems simple enough: Just eat foods that are minimally processed.
Ever tried to DIY juice? Too much of this, not enough of that, and you quickly end up with a funky-tasting experiment.
Are you stuck in a protein rut? It's time to think beyond chicken breast.
Cereal, oatmeal, pancakes, waffles, toast, bagels—most American breakfast staples are grain-based.
Beyonce's latest venture? Taking her talents to your kitchen (cue throwback fave "Cater 2 U") and offering a vegan food service. Here, the pros and cons of adopting the pop star's plan.
Intrigued by a vegan diet plan, but worried that you'll miss your favorite foods and recipes? Fear not!
Biscuits, pancakes, English muffins topped with eggs and creamy hollandaise...the most delicious breakfast foods are far from nutritious.
In the last week, you've had 17 sugar cookies, six candy canes, an entire bag of gumdrops, and a (chocolate) partridge in a pear tree.
Cabernet? Nope. Cheese? Think again. How about cookies? No way. Don't freak! There are still plenty of appetizing Paleo snacks.
High blood pressure puts your health at risk. You can use the DASH diet plan—or parts of it—to lower your blood pressure, protect your heart, and maybe even slim down.