In this week’s news round up: physical education in schools is decreasing, answers to common food mysteries, tips for eating a healthier breakfast at work and more.
This Mediterranean grain has become a popular side dish. But should couscous be making a regular appearance on your plate?
Cozy meat and poultry dishes aren’t the only foods perfect for slow cookers. How about desserts, soups, and vegetarian fare too? The possibilities are endless!
There's room for decadence in a healthy diet, especially with a cake as moist, chocolate-y and light as this one.
When it comes to Thanksgiving, there's one kind of dessert that's bound to star in your spread: pie. And we mean lots of it.
It’s one of the easiest proteins to keep on hand for a quick meal. Get the scoop on buying the best varieties, then get ready to cook these deliciously healthy canned tuna recipes.
One serving of almonds equals 23 nuts, but if you're not one to count up your snacks, use this visual guide to help you control portions.
We gave you tips on healthy stir fries, this time we’re tackling soups. Soups are inexpensive and versatile. There are so many variations to play with depending on the veggies, legumes, grains, herbs and meats you add. We’ll walk through the basics to get you started and give you fun and exciting ideas to play with in the kitchen.
Trying to find healthy and delicious recipes? Food Network makes that easy with their collection of low fat, low calorie and low carb recipes.
Toss healthy ingredients into your slow cooker, press a button, and enjoy a delicious meal a few hours later. Eating healthier couldn’t be any simpler!
Learn more about the health benefits of this versatile spice.
One 4-ounce serving of cooked ground beef has more than twice the calories of ground turkey and 7 times the fat of ground chicken. And that's for the 90% lean beef.
It’s an all-out war! With grilling season here, which type of burger should you be tossing on the barbecue?