What you eat can help manage diverticular disease. Learn the ins and outs of a diverticulitis diet vs. diverticulosis diet — and which one is best for you.
It’s a simple dessert the whole family can make and enjoy. Not only is it healthy, but the dipping sauce makes it a refreshing end to your meal.
Can you lose weight by focusing on exercise alone? An exercise physiologist offers tips to help you balance out a well-rounded exercise program.
Looking for a unique holiday or everyday dish? This chia onion relish can stand in for cranberry sauce at Thanksgiving or accompany roast meats any day.
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Eating the right foods helps your immune system fight off illness. Learn which foods to eat and avoid so you can stay healthy — or bounce back when you get sick.
A gluten-free diet will definitely take some adjusting to, but it isn’t a sentence to a life without foods you love. Learn what to eat, what to avoid and how to navigate dining out with celiac disease.
Pumpkin is good for your heart, eyesight, immune system and more. Learn ways to add more pumpkin to your diet.
Adding a few healthy dishes to your tailgate menu can be a game changer for your health. A dietitian discusses what to swap, what to keep and what to pass on.
Avocados are jam-packed with nutrients and vitamins and can make a delicious, nutritious addition to your diet.
This salad can be served with a variety of toppings. Try our dressing, or top with cottage cheese and garbanzo beans.