Steer clear of drinks laden with sugars, flavoring, artificial sweeteners and color. A glass of water will always win.
A few quick and easy tweaks can boost the nutrition in your stuffing, soups and more.
A weekly plan, in-season produce and bulk buying can set you up for healthy, money-saving meals.
Sugary sodas will raise your cholesterol and triglyceride levels, upping the odds of heart disease and stroke.
Avoid the word 'diet' and adopt healthier (and yummier) strategies to achieve your goals.
There's a clear link between processed foods and a higher risk of developing diseases such as diabetes, cancer and heart disease.
The need to constantly manage the disease can lead to physical and mental exhaustion, noted experts who provide great tips to get back on track.
Pediatrics group calls for more research into artificial sweeteners and their effect on children's health.
Some candid questions can help you understand food choices—and whether you have a bigger problem than you realize.
A pediatric dietitian who's also a mom shares some handy tips for handling the inevitable surge of sweets.
Want to end those relentless cravings for all things sweet and salty? Bring on the protein, fiber and healthy fats.
A few simple alterations to your morning sandwich can keep your calories in check.