Take a break from takeout with these good-for-you versions of your family's favorites. They cook up quicker than you can say drive-thru.
Tune in to "Straight Talk About Eating Smart" with Family Circle's food director and registered dietician Regina Ragone and registered dietician Dr. Susan Mitchell.
When food shopping, picking the healthiest groceries can be tough. Say one bag of potato chips is "baked" while another is "kettle-cooked." Which is the better choice?
You would be well served to put a vivid palette of luscious reds, brilliant greens and deep purples on your plate.
Make what's in your bags (and your meals) a whole lot healthier with these 12 simple substitutions.
If you take a peek at what the average teen eats every day you won't see a very pretty or healthy picture.
Most women do the happy dance when their other half offers to make dinner. The downside: What arrives at the table is usually not very healthy.
If hosting a get-together at your house means a calorie fest that starts hours before guests arrive and outlasts the final cup of coffee served, you're not alone.
Use these tips to build a healthier, tastier sandwich.
Eating the right foods together can result in better health, quicker weight loss, and a super energy boost.
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.
A new system, being used in more than 750 supermarkets across the country, can help you figure out the healthiest food choices.
It used to be that fish was the go-to way to get omega-3s. These essential fatty acids, according to solid scientific research, can improve heart health and may prevent certain types of cancers.
Only one-third of Americans have 2 servings of fruits and 3 servings of veggies a day, reports the CDC, a startling stat, since these foods fuel your body with disease-fighting antioxidants.
Most Americans eat 4,000 to 6,000mg of sodium a day. That's two to three times more than they should. Here's how to get the flavor benefits of salt without going overboard.
Are you and the kids not getting your daily servings of veggies? We found super-healthy produce snacks and unusual new vegetables that'll have the whole family asking for seconds.
The average teen takes in about 34 teaspoons of sugar, approximately 500 calories' worth, in a typical day.
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