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.
DNA will always have a say, but don't underestimate the healing power of healthy food.
Start wherever you are and build from there to make small steps toward a better future.
Asparagus, watercress and peas are the mainstays of early spring yields—and they deliver a heap of vitamins and minerals lost to winter.
Over time, consumption of high-quality, plant-based foods can lower the risk of death—as long as you also steer clear of animal-based meats and unhealthy treats.
What you did at age 25 won't work at 40, or 65. The biggest trick: Know when to say when at the table.
Calories aren’t the only thing you can count to maintain a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Hand-washing and safe food handling are hallmarks of a conscientious cook who knows what's at stake in a bacteria-laden world.
Be it carrots, kale or fish, sometimes the quick and simple approaches are best for kid-friendly creations.
Working out doesn't go as far as you might think. Be ever mindful of quantity and quality.
A bite tally for each meal might sound tedious, but it's likely less work than counting calories—and it helps avoid mindless eating.
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