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Learn how your intestines process food, and what fiber can do for you. Discover an easy way to tell when you’re eating enough fiber.
Strength training has rewards that go far beyond a sculpted physique. Discover what happens when muscle fibers begin to crowd out fat cells.
Cookouts don’t have to mean sky-high calories and blown diets. But the food doesn’t have to be boring or bland, either. Our dietitians offers delicious alternatives to old standbys.
Smoothies are a breeze to make in your blender. But calories from fruit can add up fast. Here’s how to tweak your favorite smoothie to get the right blend of carbs, protein and taste.
Craving a snack at work? Plan ahead to make sure it’s healthy. A little time spent packing good snack options will keep you on track.
Stress is the leading cause of aging. Watch what happens when your body is under stress. Discover why it’s important to break the cycle of stress and weight gain.