Choose oats, healthy nuts, beans and plant-based foods to bust cholesterol. Stay away from processed meats, creams and butter.
Just because a food or beverage is infused with vitamins doesn't mean it's good for you.
Small, steady swaps are the surest way to make long-lasting improvements in your diet.
Here's a hint: There aren't a lot of packaged and processed foods piled inside.
Researchers suspect women who have apple-shaped bodies are at increased risk of heart trouble.
Cutting these two items from your diet could be your first step in warding off heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
Buying fresh produce at the height of each season will satisfy your palate—and your purse.
They aren't just flavor-boosters—they may improve your health, too.
Reading the food label, cooking at home and following a few other careful steps can put your sodium intake in its proper place.
Food researchers suggest eating a range of fiber-rich foods to help you lower cholesterol, regulate blood sugar and stay regular.
Marketing researchers have found that eaters will rate food more favorably when they're sitting down.
It's a lovely summer treat on occasion. As a daily indulgence, it's the fast path to busting your diet.
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