Go chicken crazy with these tasty sandwiches and wraps.
It's a fact: Dining out for lunch means you lose less weight. After all, it's harder to control calories and fat when someone else is doing the cooking.
When it comes to preparing lunches, sandwiches are quick and easy, but there's no reason you and the kids have to eat the same bread-and-cold-cut combos day after day.
Packing a healthy lunch that your kids will get excited about, and, more important, eat, is a real challenge.
These sandwiches will fill you up, but they're lighter than they look. Each one is 350 calories or less!
Our food director and registered dietician shares her best tips for preparing quick and nutritious meals to pack for your kids every day.
Mystery meat, white bread galore, ketchup as a vegetable. To say that the school lunch program has come under fire over the years is an understatement.
It's easy to stick to your diet with these quick, low-calorie lunches.
A warm cup of soup can be healthy (if you choose wisely) and satisfying. Here, our favorites, for when you don't have time to make your own.
Tired of composting half-eaten sandwiches? Truth is, bigger kids want something a little more interesting in their lunch bags.
Looking to drop pounds? We've got slimming, satisfying midday meal ideas for the entire week.
These healthy lunches can help lower cholesterol in three ways: They keep a cap on unhealthy fats that can raise total and "bad" LDL cholesterol but shrink "good" HDL.
Whole grains, low-fat dairy products, nuts, seeds, fruits, and vegetables are all major players in the DASH diet (Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension), an eating plan developed by the National Ins