You like munching on something as you wind down your evening. But you’d rather not binge on calories. What are some late-night snack options you won’t regret? Our dietitians share their personal favorites.
If you want to increase your intake of vitamin B12, put down the pills!
You’re hungry. Dinner’s in the past and sleep is just ahead. The wrong late-night snack choices can add to your weight and subtract from your sleep. Discover four types of snacks to avoid.
You’re splurging on a frozen treat. The supermarket freezer is bursting with choices! How do regular, premium and ‘healthy’ ice creams, gelato, sorbet, sherbet and frozen custard compare?
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Are the popular new “healthy” ice creams like Halo Top®, Arctic Zero® and Breyer’s Delights® too good to be true? A registered dietitian weighs in.
Some people are born with a kind of sunken chest, sometimes called “funnel chest” or more formally pectus excavatum. This problem can sometimes cause shortness of breath and chest pain. Watch a video about a unique treatment.
Nothing beats fish for a heart-healthy protein, rich in omega-3. If you’re bored with salmon, try three underappreciated fish that are packed with omega-3 and sustainably sourced. And discover three popular fish to avoid.
If you’re trying to eat healthy, you may opt for sweet potato fries with your sandwich. But are sweet potato fries really nutritious? Tap or click to discover the truth (and get a few tips from a dietitian).
Today, you can find purple, orange and white cauliflower as well as green “broccoflower.” Tap or click each color in this interactive infographic to discover which nutrients help create different hues.
You’ll now find beets that are red, purple, golden and yellow. Is one color more nutritious than another? Tap or click each color in this interactive infographic to find out.