Pediatrics group calls for more research into artificial sweeteners and their effect on children's health.
Taste-testing your culinary creations? Dipping into the office candy stash? Those tiny tidbits can add up to big trouble.
Summer plums and peaches are just fine on their own—but don't shy away from creative meals centered on these ingredients.
Marketing researchers have found that eaters will rate food more favorably when they're sitting down.
A bite tally for each meal might sound tedious, but it's likely less work than counting calories—and it helps avoid mindless eating.
Those sweets and treats you innocently choose at the checkout line will have a cumulative effect on your health.
You don't need sugary treats to reward your kids—you just need to get everyone on the right track for healthier eating.
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