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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."

Stop eating regular spaghetti and start slurping up zucchini noodles instead. They pack some serious health perks—and your taste buds won't even know the difference.

In a nutshell: You really need to be eating these little guys. 

There's more to this food than its earthy umami flavor.

This isn't the pearly white garlic you're used to.

Why your usual store-bought honey might be selling you short.

There's finally a spotlight shining on this superfood. Here's what you need to know.

You know you need to eat your broccoli. It's rich in phenolics—antioxidants that are linked to a lower risk of cancer and diabetes—and fiber.

Stock up on antioxidant-rich papaya, mango, and pineapple for these creative recipes.

Proof that there is no shortage of delicious ways to prepare this trendy vegetable.

Beets are one of those superfoods that your 7-year-old self swore you'd never eat. Now, as an adult, your tastes have evolved (probably), and your nutritional awareness has grown (hopefully).

Chef Judy Joo explains why Korean kimchi is one of the world's healthiest foods, plus she shares her recipe to make your own.

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.)