Can you really eat more food and still lose weight? You can if you focus on eating more good foods than bad. A dietitian explains how it works.
There are steps you can take when you’re pregnant to help control blood sugar levels and ensure a healthy pregnancy. Find out more about how to avoid gestational diabetes.
If your workouts are leaving you in pain, the problem may be inflammation. Try adjusting your diet and eating more of these superfoods.
Dairy products are an important part of the diet because in addition to providing carbohydrate, protein, and sometimes fat, they provide a wealth of vitamins and minerals, including calcium and vitamin D.
It’s mid-afternoon, and the candy jar is calling. How can you boost your energy without busting your diet? Here are seven appealing snack options from our dietitians. Enjoy!
When your stomach starts talking to you midway through the afternoon, do you raid the vending machine? Do you routinely stop off at the fridge before you go to bed? Read these tips from our dietitians about the seven snacks to avoid — if you want to be healthy and trim.
Kids are busy at work and play — and sometimes, they don’t want to stop to get a drink. Parents often need to make sure their children drink enough fluids. Here are the best and worst beverages for your child’s health.
Skipping breakfast not only increases the risk of weight gain but also influences energy levels, mood and cognitive function. You need the right fuel for premium performance. Start with these five.
If you’re waging what feels like a losing battle against your scale, you’re not alone. Discover what we know — and don’t know — about fixing America’s weight problem in this infographic.
You may not realize it, but we all start losing 1 percent of muscle mass each year after age 30. That’s why your diet in later years should not look the same as it did when you were younger.