Here's what to order — and what to avoid — when visiting Red Robin.
Looking for an adventurous alternative to the everyday orange? Well, let us introduce you to this beauty: the blood orange.
There’s more to beating the heat than just drinking water. Electrolytes are important nutrients that help maintain your body’s fluid balance.
Eating healthy foods isn’t the only thing you have to do when pregnant. Along with more calories, you need more fluids to keep everything running smoothly.
Does Halo Top ice cream deserve its angel status? Our resident dietitian weighs in.
There has been controversy lately about whether pork is healthy or safe to eat. So you can make your own educated decision, we offer the nutrition facts on pork. Is it really the “other white meat”?
To kick off our new interview series, I chatted it up with super star registered dietitian and nutrition expert for the TODAY show, Joy Bauer. Find out her tips for realistic New Year’s Resolutions and the inside scoop on her hot new book!
You probably know to lay off the fried foods and other sources of artery-clogging fats to keep your heart happy, but what about the foods you should be eating to keep it healthy? Here’s our top 10 list.
If you're headed off a long road trip, pack some healthier fare and speed by those rest stops.
Learn more about the idea behind food combining diets and if they really work to help you lose weight.
Many of my recipes call for canola oil instead of butter to increase the healthy fats and cut out the cholesterol. I often hear “Wait a minute, isn't canola oil bad for you?” We’re setting the record straight. We’re setting the record straight.
All too often New Year’s are made to be broken. Folks usually bite off more than they can chew (“I’m going to lose 20 pounds by February 1st”). Forget about the “all-or- nothing” and “cold turkey” approaches, how about some resolutions that are reasonable so you can actually stick to them?! Here are ten ideas to help get you started.
Sure, you can up your calcium intake by drinking more milk – an 8-ounce glass has 30 percent of your daily needs. But there are plenty of other ways to get more calcium, including some dairy-free options.
All kinds of news reports are popping up saying we’re a vitamin-D deficient nation. Is this true? If so, what does it mean and what can we do about it?
What you eat affects every part of your body -- even your hair. When it comes to keeping your locks lovely, some nutrients play an extra important role. Here are 10 foods to keep on your plate.