You’ve probably heard this advice before: When grocery shopping, stick to the perimeter of the store. But you can find plenty of healthy staples in the middle aisles, too.
We asked, and they answered. Did your favorite food make the “do not eat” list?
Healthy eating starts with savvy shopping. Test your knowledge of different types of food labeling this quiz.
If you have arthritis or joint pain, you can make simple changes in your diet to reduce inflammation. It's a natural way to use food as medicine -- to stop the pain before it starts.
This heart-healthy version of every kid’s favorite cookie is low in cholesterol and high in omega-3 fatty acids. Walnuts and canola oil replace the usual eggs and butter, and oats and whole-wheat flour provide the whole grain. Finally — a treat you can feel good about!
A registered dietitian offers five creative tips for parents who want to encourage their kids to eat healthier.
The arrival of Memorial Day means it's time to fire up the grill. Armed with the right information, you can make better choices at virtually any grill event.
Our licensed sports nutritionist offers advice for healthy dining out, whether at an ethnic restaurant, steakhouse, pizzeria or fast food place.
A new Nutrition Facts label is coming to a store near you. The FDA announced proposed revisions aimed at simplifying the familiar panel, which appears on nearly 700,000 packaged foods and beverages.
Kale and spinach — both “super veggies” — are packed with nutrients. Find out whether spinach or kale is better for your heart. Our dietitians also offer pointers on how to work leafy greens into your diet.