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vegetarian

Plant power—even in a hurry

Don't let a busy day derail your plan to eat more fruits, veggies and whole grains.

A whole lot of goodness

Natural, plant-based foods can lower your intake of sugar, salt and unhealthy fats—and ultimately strengthen your fight against chronic disease.

Enjoy a bounty of farm market goodness

Fresh vegetables and fruits are a must for nearly every diet.

5 nutrition myths debunked

Time to quash a handful of misconceptions about milk, protein and more.

Quick dishes for crazy nights

Nine meals, table-ready in a New York minute.

9 tips to a gluten-free Thanksgiving

There's a whole lot of natural goodness to be had in plant-based whole foods.

Is meatless meat good for you?

The latest food craze looks, tastes and feels like real meat—but at day's end, it's still a processed food.

Eat your way to brain health

The MIND diet—a hybrid of two heart-healthy diets—may lower your risk of Alzheimer's disease by up to 53%.

School lunch—a vegetarian’s delight?

Simply adding more vegetable offerings to the menu can lead to a sizable reduction in meat consumption.

So, your teen wants to be a vegetarian?

A dietitian and pediatrician offer tips to ensure your youngster is successful in this new journey.

10 reasons to go vegetarian

You don’t need to be vegan to be healthy. But science tells us that eating fewer animal products can help you avoid many diseases.

Noodle your veggies

Turn carrots, zucchini and other low-calorie, high-fiber garden treats into the perfect pasta dishes.