Hitting the road this summer? Whether traveling by car or plane you can still make healthy choices.
This popular fast-food chain, famous for its burgers and fries, is popping up all over the country. Find out what to order and what to avoid at Five Guys.
Everyone can join in on the holiday cheers with virgin cocktails on hand. Even sans alcohol, these sippers can get heavy on calories and sugar. This holiday season build a healthy mocktail using these simple guidelines.
Need a sweet for your kid's school birthday party? Instead of bringing in 500-calorie cupcakes or donuts, bake up a batch of these delicious 100-calorie cupcakes.
Looking forward to your Mexican fiesta with fajitas, tortillas, enchiladas and, of course, margaritas? Mexican restaurants are filled with great food, music and drinks! But you may want to review these tips before heading out to your favorite Mexican joint.
It appears that pears are everywhere — but are they the new apples?
In this week’s nutrition news: Healthy People’s Newest Goals, dating site kicks off overweight members, and how small changes can keep diabetes at bay
Earlier this week, I appeared on a "Role Mommy’s on the Run" segment on Blog Talk Radio. Host, Beth Feldman, and I chatted about losing weight and eating healthy in these hectic times.
Not all foods at the deli are created equal. Check out some healthier and safer options to order up next time you’re at the counter.
Some call it the 5-second, 10-second, even the 30-second rule: You drop food on the floor and if you pick it up in time, then it’s okay to eat. Or is it?
You’ve seen it on hundreds of labels and may have even used it in your own kitchen—learn all the need-to-know facts about this additive.
These days meat is not as safe as we think. Luckily, if you know how to handle the potential dangers, you can keep everyone healthy and safe. Meat can be at risk from the time you bring it home from the market. Your job is to catch the bacteria before it has time to grow. Here are 8 ways to stop bacteria in its tracks.
Shopping for the right Thanksgiving ingredients can make all the difference. Simple changes can cut down on calories, sugar, fat, preservatives and your overall health without compromising flavor. As you hit the market to pick up your Thanksgiving fare, think about making these swaps.
Determining which foods are safe and which may be dangerous is sometimes difficult. But goji berries, a popular ancient fruit, are worth checking out.
In this week’s nutrition headlines: Northeastern tomato crops wiped out by blight, Smart Choice logo debut, and 4 lifestyle changes that lower your risk of disease.