Not all carbs are created equal.
The more important question is: baked vs. fried.
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.
Who doesn’t love a bagel for breakfast -- but are they a wise choice? People are always surprised (and a little freaked out) to hear how many slices of bread they’d have to eat to match the calories in one bagel. Here’s the good and the bad.
Iron is an essential nutrient in our diets. Beef, chicken and eggs as good sources but there are several vegetable sources of iron as well.
This Mediterranean grain has become a popular side dish. But should couscous be making a regular appearance on your plate?
It’s an all-out war! With grilling season here, which type of burger should you be tossing on the barbecue?
The DASH Diet was created for those with high blood pressure, but was recently voted Best Overall Diet for Healthy Eating by U.S. News. Find out what it's about.
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.
When ordering a veggie burger at a restaurant, are you really making the healthier choice? It depends. The ingredients vary so widely, you need to take an up close and personal look at what they’re made of.
Oats are definitely healthy eats, but instant oatmeal often gets a bad wrap. A bowl of classic oatmeal packs a hearty dose of vitamins, protein and cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber. So, what about the packets? We've got the facts on this convenience food.
When it comes to store-bought options, a rotisserie chicken can be one of the healthiest ways to get lean protein on the table, fast! Don’t settle for plain chicken, dress it up.
Restaurant Caesar salads can be loaded with excess fat and calories; make Robin Miller's lighter version at home instead.