Welcome to Healthy Eats

Welcome to the Healthy Eats blog, a new daily site featuring the latest healthy eating tips, nutrition news, low-calorie recipes, and easy ideas for introducing fresher, more wholesome foods into your everyday life.
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Welcome to the Healthy Eats blog, a new daily site featuring the latest healthy eating tips, nutrition news, low-calorie recipes, and easy ideas for introducing fresher, more wholesome foods into your everyday life.

To us, “healthy eating” doesn’t mean crash diets — or diets at all. It means nutritious, delicious foods. Lead by a team of culinary and nutrition professionals, Healthy Eats is more than just food; we are about helping you achieve a healthier, wholesome life.

Check out the bios for our experts here, and come back often for second helpings (reading is calorie-free, we promise).

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“Veggie Fests” Are My Favorite Way to Eat Healthy

This spread is surprisingly fun to make — and eat! Here's how my family does it.

How to Eat Healthy No Matter How You're Traveling

Hitting the road? Whether traveling by car or plane to a hotel or rental, you can still make healthy choices.

How to Eat Healthy When Your Partner Doesn't Want To

These tips can help you navigate what to do when your eating habits don’t align.

Bring on the Cozy Vibes with 6 Healthy Ways to Eat Chili

You’re one dish away from instant comfort.

Is Falafel Healthy?

This classic dish is loaded with fiber- and protein-packed chickpeas, but is it good for you?

Is Cereal Healthy?

Research shows people who eat cereal for breakfast may eat more underconsumed nutrients than those who eat other breakfast foods.

Is Subway Healthy?

Choices are key at this sandwich chain.

Is Honey Healthy?

Find out how to make this natural sweetener part of a healthy diet.

This Pediatrician-Designed Tableware Makes It Simple to Teach Kids How to Eat Healthy

Ahimsa Home is a line of stainless-steel dishes that double as educational tools.

Is Oat Milk Healthy?

The popular non-dairy milk is now found in coffee creamer, ice cream, yogurt and more.