Your chosen foods aren't the only determining factor in your health outcome. It might also depend on the order in which you eat them.
Study shows women who focused on nutrition reduced their risk of breast cancer death by 21%.
Want healthier chips that are light on salt, loaded with taste? A food dehydrator is your answer.
Piece together a suitable meal plan that works for your needs.
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.