Pick up a bunch (or two!) of this fragrant herb while it’s in season. The toughest part is deciding how you’ll want to use it—there are just so many good ways.
This Mediterranean grain has become a popular side dish. But should couscous be making a regular appearance on your plate?
'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.
Food fight! Agave versus honey: which is the healthier choice?
Many praise this high-fat oil as a healthy choice, but is coconut oil really a safe option for cooking?
Many of our readers have expressed concern over using canned goods. Some common concerns: BPA, nutritional value and of course, food safety. We’ll give you the scoop on this pantry staple and tell you if you should be stocking up.
With boatloads of calories and artery clogging saturated fat, can cream be part of a healthy diet?
You can’t deny that JLo’s new body is rocking! She credits her weight loss success to the 22-Day Vegan Diet. The same diet Beyonce and Jay Z popularized by posting food photos on Instagram. But is cutting out all animal products a healthy way to lose weight?
In this week’s news round up: physical education in schools is decreasing, answers to common food mysteries, tips for eating a healthier breakfast at work and more.
Full of cancer-battling lycopene and low in calories, watermelon is a classic summer fruit that works well alone, paired with cheese or mixed into a drink.
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.
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!
With the availability of fresh fruit dwindling as the cold weather sets in, canned varieties can be a healthy alternative. But not all canned varieties are created equal.
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?