Make it easy on yourself: if you're going through a bit of a diet change, make your new standby foods quick and convenient to eat!
Watching the game doesn't have to throw you off your diet game. By packing light snacks and low-calorie beverages, you can score extra points with friends and family at your next tailgate party!
There are so many conflicting messages in the media about Carbohydrates. What is the truth?
Starting a healthier diet with fruits and vegetables is a great way to lose weight, but it's important to make sure your produce is healthy to eat before cooking.
With restaurant portions getting bigger with every passing year, it can be challenging to know how much is too much when you’re dining out. For example, a typical single meal at your favorite chain restaurant may actually contain 2–4 servings!
Need some healthy snack ideas? As a general rule, your snacks should be high in protein or fiber, low in sugar and salt, and under 200 calories. Here are five easy ideas that fit the bill, if you watch your portions.
A healthy adult’s sodium intake should be between 1,500 and 2,300 milligrams. Yet the USDA reports that Americans aged two and older typically consume about 3,400 mg per day. Here are six surprising places all that excess sodium might be hiding.
Make the most of summer barbeques by eating seasonal fruits and veggies and limiting fattier options.
Halloween (and the associated candy temptation) is right around the corner, but fear not. With just a little bit of advance planning, these six simple tips can help you keep the kids’ big night out from turning into a Halloween backslide.
During the winter holiday season, many traditions involve rich, “splurgy" foods that can derail our weight loss efforts. But don’t worry; we've got your back—with four guilt-free substitutes for your favorite holiday dishes.