Swapping a handful ingredients can trim about 200 calories from these typical meals.
Turn carrots, zucchini and other low-calorie, high-fiber garden treats into the perfect pasta dishes.
If it's a healthy heart you're after, cut out the screen time and make your morning a priority.
Calories aren’t the only thing you can count to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle.
When you populate your day with iced coffees, sweet teas and other flavored beverages, you're cramming hundreds of additional calories into your diet.
A bite tally for each meal might sound tedious, but it's likely less work than counting calories—and it helps avoid mindless eating.
In an increasingly gluten-sensitive, carb-conscious world, bread is getting a tough rap—and it's not often warranted.
Want to manage your calories but still enjoy a slice of the sweet stuff? Learn some simple ingredient substitutions and develop a discerning eye for size.
We burn 10 percent more calories in the late afternoon and early evening than in the early morning hours.
Timing is everything—boost weight loss by about 25 percent just by eating 70 percent of each day's calories between breakfast and lunch.
A physician assistant shares what we should eat before and after exercise ... and how to time it.
Look for products with 70 percent cocoa or higher.
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