Make your own better-for-you Halloween treats.
What’s the deal with all they types of sugar out there? Are all sugars created equal? And are all sugars bad?
A light, flavorful and bite-sized app that’s perfect for your next soiree. You can’t go wrong with savory stuffed mushrooms.
Salads made our list of 9 Healthy Foods to Skip because they can be deceptively high in calories, especially if you pile on the toppings and dressing. But not all salads are calorie nightmares and it’s ok to indulge in some --not all -- of your favorite higher calorie ingredients. Use our tips to build a better salad.
Free-range and organic turkeys cost more, and some say they taste better. Are they worth it?
With the right food safety measures, community refrigerators can be safe to use and donate to.
When you're pregnant, it’s important to take care of your body -- that means getting exercise as well as following a healthy diet. So get out those comfortable workout clothes, lace up a pair of supportive sneakers and get moving.
Stockings are a big deal in my family so coming up with fun, creative, and USEFUL gifts are a must. Here are 5 goodies for the food lover in your life.
The gluten free phenomenon has lead to dozens of new products on store shelves. Breads and baked goods are some of the hardest foods to make tasty and sans gluten. We polled our readers took their favorite brands for a test drive.
Happy National Ice Cream Day! You can and should indulge in this creamy treat; watch your portions and toppings and the occasional cone is a perfectly reasonable dessert.
We just can’t get enough of it! Last month we gave you 10 fun ideas for working peanut butter into meals. Here are 5 more recipes for peanut buttery treats. Cookies and fudge can be part of a healthy diet – all 5 of these recipes meet our criteria, it’s all about portion control.
McDonald's Shamrock Shake will cost you some serious fat and calories (plus it's only available a few weeks per year). Make your own lighter version at home.
To help make for healthier supermarket trips, we’ve filled you in on dos and don'ts for breads, cereals, dairy, bakery and frozen foods. Now we’re exploring the best choices when you roll your cart up to the deli counter.
Whether you're just hitting the elliptical after work or attempting a triathlon, what you eat before and after you workout is important. Food provides calories for energy and that’s what keeps you moving -- but be mindful of where these calories are coming from.
‘Tis the season for holiday shopping but don’t let a hectic trip to the mall lead to a Santa-like physique. Use our tips for more figure-friendly shopping snacks.