Finding a recipe online is easier than ever, but how can you be sure it’s healthy? Follow these tips for finding nutritious recipes and making your favorite recipes healthier.
How You Can Avoid Low-Level Arsenic in Rice and Chicken
Every year, we hear one or two reports about too-high-to-be-safe levels of something in our food supply.
What 30 Days on the Keto Diet Feels Like
Lots of people are trying the high-fat, low-carb ketogenic diet for weight loss. Is it for you? A dietitian explains what to expect on the keto diet. (Make sure your doctor gives you the green light).
Is a Vegan Diet Safe for Growing Children?
If you follow a vegan or vegetarian diet, you may want your children to eat the same way. But you may wonder if a vegan diet can provide all the nutrients a growing body needs? Find out more.
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Sugar: How Bad Are Sweets for Your Kids?
Is sugar really that bad for your kids? What’s wrong with using M&Ms for potty training, or with keeping kids occupied with candy while you shop? Two pediatricians share their sugar guidelines.
Is Sugar-Free Candy the Best Choice If You Have Diabetes?
Is sugar-free candy the best choice if you have diabetes? A registered dietitian discusses sugary treats and other options that use sugar substitutes.
Love Beets? Learn Which Color(s) Can’t Be Beat
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.
20 Mexican Recipes + Some Dishes That’ll Surprise You
Take a look at this wide array of Mexican-inspired recipes, from salsas and guacamole to soups and tacos. All are flavorful and healthy, and a few are sure to surprise you.
How to Help Your Kids Avoid Dangerous Diet Fads
Even if you generally avoid fad diets, some of them may sound good enough to try with your family. Your children also can get pulled in, at the expense of good nutrition. Find out what you need to know from a pediatric dietitian.
Why a Sweet Tooth Spells Trouble for Your Heart
For decades, saturated fat and cholesterol took the blame in our diets for heart disease. But reports that the sugar industry funded much of that research has put sugar in the spotlight. Discover the connection between sugar and heart disease.