Eating and Nutrition - Eat to Lose Weight

6 Healthy (and Simple) Supermarket Food Finds

Quick and easy menu ideas.

DIY a Healthier Pumpkin Spice Latte

Keep the spicy autumn treat, lost the extra sugar and fat.

Snack Swap: Snack Smarter With These 6 Healthy Choices

Processed high-calorie snacks are everywhere and oh-so easy to grab when that mid-afternoon lull hits. But these healthier options will leave you satisfied.

How to Indulge Without Overdoing It

Too much food and drink is bad for your health and can even shorten your lifespan.

25 Ways to Get Your Family to Eat More Vegetables

Veg out with these easy ideas to get more greens (and oranges and yellows) into your family's diet.

7 Health-Food Impostors

These seven edibles only seem healthy. Here's a list of smarter choices.

Sweet Potatoes: The Super Spud You Should Be Eating

Read on for the six reasons to serve this Thanksgiving side year 'round.

Healthy Spotlight: Kale

If you're wondering why all the buzz about this popular leafy green, find out what makes it a nutritional powerhouse and how you can enjoy it as a part of your healthy diet.

The Skinny on Green Coffee Bean Extract

An eye-opening study reveals the possible weight-loss benefits of this supplement created from green unroasted coffee beans.

Cut Calories (Not Flavor) From Your Cocktails

You can still get happy during Happy Hour without packing on the pounds. Here's how to slim down your cocktails (and your waistline, too)!

10 Easy Ways to Maintain Your Weight

Now that you got it off, keep it off! We'll show you how.

10+ Ways to Go Gourmet When Grilling

Bored with burgers? Try these delicious ideas, and fall in love with barbecuing again.

Beyond Protein: 4 Foods That Feed Muscles

Protein plays a crucial role in building muscle, but it's not the only player. Here's what else your body craves.

Sustainable Seafood Best Bets

Because of increasing threats to ocean ecosystems, many popular seafood items are not as sustainable as they could be. In addition, because of toxins in their water, several species could endanger your health if you eat too much of them.

Walnuts and Diabetes: What's the Connection?

Snacking on walnuts may help reduce your risk of type 2 diabetes. Here's the scoop on these nutritious edibles and how to sneak more of them into your diet.

More Mushrooms, Less Meat

Mushrooms (and certain other vegetarian ingredients) can have a positive effect on weight management. Here's how to add more meatless meals to your recipe repertoire.

Feast and Famine: Is the "Fast Diet" Right for You?

Long famous for their clotted cream and deliciously caloric scones, the Brits have devised a diet that involves denial two days at a time. Learn more about weight loss through intermittent fasting.

Everyday Foods That Help You Lose Weight

Including certain edibles in your diet can help ward off hunger. Learn more.

Bees for Better Health: What's the Buzz?

For centuries, humans relied on apitherapy, the use of bee products, for health and healing. Today, there is a renewed interest in the benefits of these substances. Learn more.

The Dried Fruit Question: To Eat or Not to Eat?

Fruit is good for you, no doubt. But there are particular factors to consider when it comes to choosing dried fruit.

5 Foods That Deserve More Love

Add these too-often-overlooked nutrition powerhouses to your daily diet.

Top 5 Diet Mistakes

Have you changed your eating habits to shed some pounds but find the numbers on the scale are going up?

The Easy Way to Eating Well: A Guide for Busy Cooks

Try these nutritional tweaks for healthier meals that are ready in no time.

Should You Diet for Your Body Type?

Hunters, farmers, and Ayurvedic types: Where does your body fit in, and how heavily should it influence your food choices?

Secondary Eating a First-Rate Problem

What is secondary eating? It's consuming foods outside of your primary, or regular, meals. And here's how it can harm your health.

How to Reset Your Food Clock

Thanksgiving. Super Bowl. Summer barbecues. It seems there's always a reason to celebrate with extra calories and when we do, it's hard to get back on track again. Why? Blame the body's food clock.

Keep Age-Related Weight Gain in Check

Can't exercise like you used to? Follow this five-part strategy to stave off weight gain as get older.

Bounce Back From a Bad Eating Day

If you slip up and eat every diet no-no in sight, don't beat yourself up. Get back on track with these tips.

5 Ways to Dress Up a Glass of Water

Skip the artificially flavored bottled water, and add your own natural twist.

Make Your Calories Count

Keeping close track of your calories? Here's how to make every bite matter.
 
 

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