Every night you hear, “What’s for dinner?” If chicken’s on the menu, don’t reach for a tired old recipe. Surprise the family with one of our popular Asian, Mexican and Mediterranean-inspired dishes.
Red peppers are a good source of vitamins C and A, and they also have some B6 and fiber. The crushed red peppers give a little heat, while the ginger packs a more mellowed taste.
When you go out to a restaurant, do you know the signs that food is mostly premade? Learn the telltale signs as well as smart tips for ordering the freshest offerings.
Sure, hummus is traditionally made from chickpeas. But versions using beans are just as sure to please! Try our dietitians’ Black Bean Hummus, which is bursting with Mexican flavors thanks to cilantro and cumin.
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In new twist on a classic recipe, crunchy chia seeds add a boost of fiber and omega-3s.
A new study finds drinking coffee (even as much as eight cups per day) can be part of a healthy diet. Dietitian Julia Zumpano, RD, explains the findings.
To look good and feel good, try working more veggies, legumes and fruit into your meals. These tasty salad recipes show you five ways to enjoy their potent health benefits.
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You hope to lose weight, so you’re trying to eat healthy. Should you add a starch to the lean protein and veggies in your meals, or not? Our dietitians weigh in.
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