Perhaps you diet all week, then give yourself a “cheat day.” Is this a good idea? Registered dietitian Anna Taylor, MS, RD, LD, CDE, provides The Short Answer.
You love sugar, but it’s a heartbreaker (sniff, sniff). It’s quick rocket-fuel energy with a crash. These snacks give your body what it needs to quit your sweet addiction.
Do you rely on takeout, or skip meals or snack at night, then punish yourself for not losing weight? Our dietitians say these habits are counterproductive. Learn how to turn them around.
This hearty black bean and avocado salad contains soluble fiber and monounsaturated fatty acids to help fight cholesterol, which ultimately can lower your risk of heart disease.
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When you’re focused on losing or maintaining weight, you get plenty of advice about carbs. Should you avoid carbohydrates at all costs, or just certain ones? Our dietitians explain.
Is sugar-free candy the best choice if you have diabetes? A registered dietitian discusses sugary treats and other options that use sugar substitutes.
Some people believe unpasteurized milk has more nutrients, causes fewer allergies and promotes health. Yet it’s 150 times more likely to cause foodborne illness. A dietitian shares the facts about raw milk.
There are times where festivities abound — and a few drinks later — our heads pound. Some people wonder if they’ve had alcohol, how harmful is it to also take acetaminophen (Tylenol®). An expert weighs in.
These pancakes are protein-rich with a delicious moistness that goes way beyond a box mix.
Try this vegetarian chicken salad. Garbanzo beans offer the meat substitute and Greek yogurt gives this dish a creamy consistency. Blend these up with chopped celery, walnuts and sweet dried cherries, then wrap in crispy lettuce.