We gave you tips on healthy stir fries, this time we’re tackling soups. Soups are inexpensive and versatile. There are so many variations to play with depending on the veggies, legumes, grains, herbs and meats you add. We’ll walk through the basics to get you started and give you fun and exciting ideas to play with in the kitchen.
This Mediterranean grain has become a popular side dish. But should couscous be making a regular appearance on your plate?
Okay, couscous isn't technically a standalone grain but it is made from them. Find out more about this international delight and easy ways to enjoy it.
When fresh tomatoes aren’t in season, turn to canned as a healthy alternative. Check out these 12 ways to incorporate canned tomatoes into healthy recipes.
Cozy meat and poultry dishes aren’t the only foods perfect for slow cookers. How about desserts, soups, and vegetarian fare too? The possibilities are endless!
Go ahead, open your fridge. How long have the items been in there? Is everything you've got chilling safe to eat, or should you toss it?
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.
Food fight! Agave versus honey: which is the healthier choice?
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.
Does this soft, spreadable cheese have any place in a healthy eating plan? It may depend on which kind you choose.
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.
'Tis the season for fancy coffee drinks filled with hidden fat, sugar and calories. Learn what to order from the barista so you don't pack on extra holiday pounds.
It’s an all-out war! With grilling season here, which type of burger should you be tossing on the barbecue?
It’s the quintessential “bad” food laden with artery clogging saturated fat. For years, we’ve been told to “hold the mayo,” but is it really as bad as they say?
This kid-friendly and wildly popular food is often demanded by kids. Should you give into to your kiddos' requests for these bite-sized poultry pieces?