Holiday heart syndrome is when overeating (and overindulging in alcohol) leads to an irregular heartbeat. Here’s how to avoid it.
It’s time for mistletoe and holly. But what should you do when holiday scents bring you asthma attacks instead of joy?
Research show that most adults gain some sort of weight over the holidays. But don’t despair — this year can be different! A dietitian offers some great advice for enjoying the holidays without adding on the pounds.
If you’re looking to put a twist on your holiday party, chestnuts might be your favorite new go-to. It’s incredibly easy (and health-smart) to wrap this tasty tradition into your holiday season without adding too much sugar and fat.
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Fall is the perfect time to get into baking. These biscotti are low in calories and perfect with your favorite tea.
This dessert is not only delicious, but easy to make! There’s absolutely no baking required.
While cinnamon apples are usually seasonal, this recipe lets you enjoy them all year round. Each recipe is comparable to one granny smith apple, with jus
Looking for a healthy mashed potato recipe? Our no-butter version gets loads of flavor from garlic, white pepper, chives and paprika.