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Filling, nutritious meals to start the day off right
Pop a tent, break out the foil, and stoke the fire for these camping recipes made for wide-open spaces and starry skies.
Make the most of this versatile veggie while it’s in season.
What could be more convenient than these perfectly portioned bites?
Try these creative and delicious recipes for a new twist on a family favorite.
Eat these snacks solo? You may be missing out on important health benefits.
Savor your morning cuppa, then salvage the coffee grounds to give your beauty routine a java jolt.
Is skim milk the healthiest choice? Will dairy make you congested? This might just change your mind.
Up the nutritional ante with these simple tricks.
Starting even a few of these healthy eating habits could make a big difference.
Grab your bowl and spoon and come celebrate National Cereal Day.
Here’s what people with beautiful, ageless skin do in the morning to put their healthiest, radiant faces forward.
If you have diabetes, you can (and should) eat carbs. The key: eating proper portions and choosing carbs that will help control blood sugar. These healthy carbs are especially helpful for diabetics.
How to find healthy, satisfying options in the freezer aisle that help you shed pounds.
Why grapefruit and salt make sense together … and chocolate and yogurt DON’T.
Cook better fried eggs, scrambled eggs, poached eggs, and omelets for a breakfast that starts your morning sunny side up.
Following a diabetes diet? Here’s how to decode a restaurant menu to avoid ordering unhealthy dishes.
If you learn to stop eating unhealthy versions of the foods you love, you can drop up to one pound a day. Learn more about the new ‘Stop & Drop Diet’ book here.