People tend to under-eat veggies, but these cruciferous crunchies, roots, sprouts and leafy lovelies are low in calories and high in nutrients and fiber. Here's an easy guide to the right portions for your plate.
Don't be fooled. These are no ordinary muffins. Most muffins are low in protein and high in carbohydrates and fat, but not these tasty little numbers.
Your sweet tooth may make you an expert on sugary treats. But how much do you know about how sugar affects your body? Take this quiz and find out.
Get creative about eating healthy, distinct recipes on one grocery trip! These three fruit and nut salad recipes all use the same core ingredients but offer different flavors with simple swaps, spices and herbs.
Oil-pulling is swishing a teaspoon of oil in your mouth for 20 minutes every day, then spitting it out. The Indian folk practice is becoming a fad because of celebrity endorsements.
This quiche, which has a whole-wheat crust, makes a nice meal with a simple green salad. Change up the vegetables by the season to baby artichokes, broccoli, cauliflower, squash or fennel.
We all know when we're eating without thinking. We know when we're eating just for comfort, or because of boredom or stress. There's something you can do to change these habits. You can practice "mindful eating."
What better way to celebrate St. Patrick's Day than with your favorite green foods? They're not just green -- but good for you too. Lucky for picky eaters, these recipes are also quite yummy!
Nutrition experts love fiber. Not only does it make you feel full, so you’re less tempted to overeat. It also helps protect you against chronic diseases. Find ways to boost fiber in your diet.
Your kids don’t really need to know about the veggies. This deliciously sweet smoothie will have them begging for more. It’s up to you whether you divulge that besides grapes, pear and orange, it also contains nutritional powerhouses like spinach and kale. We won’t tell if you won’t!