Don’t rely on processed, pre-packaged snacks to power your kids. Cleveland Clinic Children’s dietitian Tara Harwood offers easy and nutritious alternatives that are doable ─ even on the most hectic of days.
When you fuel up your car, don't fuel your body with food choices you'll regret 20 miles down the road.
Avoiding midnight snacks is your first line of defense in preventing weight gain. But if you’re up late and must munch, choose wisely.
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.
This trail mix recipe is not only satisfying and flavorful -- it is also good for you and good for your heart. Just remember that nuts pack a calorie-punch, so a little goes a long way.
Seeds are perfectly packaged nutrition powerhouses. They provide heart-healthy fat, fiber and protein. Their antioxidants help to lower cholesterol, reduce inflammation and prevent some cancers.
Your eating habits are only as good as your supply of food. Whether you want to lose weight, maintain a healthy weight or just clean up your diet, stock and arrange your refrigerator for success.