The holidays tempt us with sugary, rich foods. Is it OK to indulge a little, even though you have diabetes? Marwan Hamaty, MD, talks about holiday challenges for those with diabetes.
Today, our series on delicious heart-healthy holiday foods takes us to Mexico with a tangy and colorful ensalada de Noche Buena—or Christmas Eve salad.
The holiday season comes with little indulgences. But when you have gout, you have to make sure those little indulgences don’t turn into big flare-ups.
It is possible to eat healthy while you travel and wait in airports. But you do have to work at it. You have to be ready because unhealthy food is everywhere in an airport. Find some practical tips to eating well while you travel.
It’s true: You can make mouth-watering, lighter versions of your favorite Christmas cookie recipes that substitute natural sweeteners and lower-fat ingredients—and no one will know the difference.
The holidays are coming – and so is holiday food. But weight gain and poor nutrition aren't the only things you might worry about. What you eat also can affect your skin’s appearance.
Learn more about delicious heart-healthy holiday foods from different cultural traditions. Today, we look at the traditions of India: mughlai biryani and marzipan.
Cooking for the holidays? Here are some heart-healthy recipe options from around the world. Today, learn about Hanukkah traditions sufganiyot and latkes.
Focus on maintaining — not losing — weight over the holidays, and greet the New Year with a grin. Enjoy seven tips from our wellness dietitian.