Rather than heralding junk food and sodas, summertime should usher in fresh produce and healthy, on-the-go snacks.
Buying fresh produce at the height of each season will satisfy your palate—and your purse.
A heart-loving diet of fruits and vegetables and fish high in omega-3 fatty acids is generally recommended for good overall eye health.
The nutritional value of your food isn't the only factor in your performance. It's also about the timing and size of your meals.
Listen to your body. It'll tell you if you're dehydrated, if only you'll listen.
Need a jump-start to your weight-loss efforts? Check with your doctor.
Here's a hint: There aren't a lot of packaged and processed foods piled inside.
Reconnect with real hunger signals—your scale will thank you.
A dietitian gives tips to consider when choosing what to pour into your glass or on your cereal.
Middle-aged adults who reduce their intake show slower biological aging.
It has nothing to do with alcohol ... and everything to do with saturated fat.
From the Dirty Dozen to the Clean 15, these handy concepts can help you smarten your diet.