Learn the benefits of magnesium, how much you really need, which foods are good sources of it and whether you should consider a magnesium supplement.
Certain foods can make the symptoms of Crohn’s disease worse. If you’re having a flare-up, steer clear of these nine foods to avoid irritating your GI tract.
Not only is the coleslaw colorful, it comes with fiber and all kinds of vitamins and minerals. The basil and pepper have plenty of antioxidants, vitamin C and iron.
Black bean burgers don’t just come in the frozen variety. Try whipping up some of your own using our Spicy Black Bean Quinoa Burger recipe.
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Try our low-fat stuffed peppers, which are made with ground turkey, feta and brown rice.
Do you shy away from oatmeal in the morning because it takes too long to make? Try this easy recipe that takes only two minutes in the microwave (and doesn’t come from a packet)!
To lower your cholesterol, here’s how much oatmeal you need to eat.
You may not think much about fiber — until you find yourself dealing with an irregular situation. A dietitian offers her list of go-to fiber foods.
Brussels sprouts are a good source of phytonutrients, fiber and vitamin C. In this recipe, apple and balsamic lend a tasty twist, with a bit of ham for an added burst of flavor.
You can fight traveler’s constipation or diarrhea by following your normal diet and exercise routine, drinking plenty of water and getting rest.