Baked polenta fries are a great twist on traditional french fries. This easy recipe can compliment dinner any night of the week.
If you’ve got baby brain, remembering what not to eat as a momma-to-be can be tough. “Which fish can I eat? And should I avoid all soft cheeses?” No worries. Get all your answers in this easy-to-understand cheat sheet.
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!
You want the benefits of fish such as salmon — but what about the risks? Find out whether wild fish or farmed fish is better for your health.
Looking for a new side to go with your favorite chicken dishes? Try some ginger sweet potato pancakes. They're not only delicious but they're also a good source of dietary fiber and vitamins A and C.
Avocados get three-fourths of their calories from fat -- but because it is monounsaturated fat and because avocados are low in calories, you can enjoy eating them in good health.
While caffeine consumption has not changed among children and adolescents since 1999, the sources have, a new study says. Between 1999 and 2010, a steady 73 percent of children ages 2 to 11 consumed caffeine on any given day.
To find signs of a poor diet, look beyond your waistline. From brain drain to bad hair, many problems have roots in poor nutrition.
Calorie counters miss the mark by skipping breakfast. It's well known that regular, healthy meals help balance blood sugar and regulate weight. And, you might also be cheating yourself out of a healthy heart.
Losing weight can be the best medicine for your heart, says a new study that found that weight loss helps lessen symptoms of atrial fibrillation, such as a racing, erratic heartbeat. Get more details.