Two new studies show that visualization can help you lose weight.
Want to be your best all day long? Try this expert-approved 12-hour nutrient timing plan.
A new study shows that munching in front of that screen may undermine your diet all day. Learn why!
Checked the expiration dates on your food lately? Learn what they really mean. You’ll save money and taste buds.
A new study reveals that you can cut calories and boost nutrition by sneaking pureed vegetables into your food. Learn how!
Learn the surprising weight-loss myths that may be holding you back from shedding those extra pounds.
A new study reveals this nutrient-rich food is a dieter’s best friend. Learn how mushrooms can help you.
Want to rid your body of toxins and lose unwanted pounds? Detox diets are not the answer. Find out what is.
"Organic" has become a buzzword in everything from food to apparel. But what exactly does that mean, and are foods with the organic label really better for you?
Saturated fat, trans fat, mono- and poly-unsaturated fat -- and let's not forget those omega-3 fatty acids! It's enough to make your head spin! Here's what you really need to know.
Naturally slender people often think differently than those who struggle with weight. Learn their secrets to trim down now!
Don't let the pounds creep up! New research reveals it's possible to elude middle-age spread.
The age-old food pyramid is a goner. Can the new MyPlate icon improve your eating habits? Learn more here.
Extreme diets may work -- in the short run -- but at what cost? We’ll tell you how to lose weight safely so you don’t lose out later.
A new study reveals that big breakfasts aren't necessarily better. We'll tell you what is.
Agave syrup, stevia, sugar. What's the difference? Here's your user guide for eight plant-derived sweeteners.
Before you buy your next bottle of water, consider this: A surprising new study finds that bottled water is no better than tap.
Soda is a major factor behind many of Americans’ most alarming health problems. Learn why soda is bad for your health.
Plumcots, broccolini, tangelos -- hybrid fruits and veggies combine the very best into healthy super-foods.
Low fat? High protein? With so many weight-loss diets, what works best? The latest science may surprise you.
An overstuffed belly is an invitation to heartburn. We’ve got eight tips to help you stop overeating so you can enjoy food heartburn-free.
Combat heartburn with low-fat cooking methods -- they’re quick, easy, tasty and healthy. Learn more!
Nothing is cuter than a chubby baby. But when does baby fat turn into a serious health problem? Here’s what you need to know.
Barley, buckwheat, brown rice, quinoa -- there’s more to whole grains than whole wheat and brown rice. Find out what you should be eating and why!
Seven out of 10 Americans should be on a low-sodium diet. Are you one of them?
Wary of food ingredients that sound like chemicals? We’ll tell you what these food additives actually are so you know what you’re really eating.
It’s dinnertime. You’re hungry. The wife’s away. Here, simple tricks to feed yourself, even if you hate to cook.
Want to raise a kid who grows up loving broccoli and whole grains? Follow these six tips for teaching kids healthy eating habits for life.
Can a pill burn belly fat? Can a gadget trim your tummy? You’ve seen the commercials. We’ll tell you the truth. Read on!
Five herbs and spices that can help prevent cancer, heart disease and more. They’ll add a burst of a flavor when cooking, and they’ll boost your health!
Yes, you can have your cake and eat it, too! We'll tell you how you can enjoy luscious holiday desserts without sabotaging your health.
Which vitamins, minerals and herbs do men really need to stay healthy? Here’s the latest info on supplements for men.
A surprising new study reveals that a big breakfast high in complex carbs and protein can help you lose weight. Find out how!
Compelling evidence shows that a diet rich in antioxidants can reduce your risk of life-threatening diseases. Read on to find out the top 36 antioxidant-rich foods!
Want the health benefits of fruit but tired of the same old apples and bananas? Here, discover eight unusual types you may not have tried -- but should!
Did you know that cooking or storing food incorrectly can make it less nutritious? Here are 10 tips to get the maximum nutrients from the food you eat.
Who has time to cook anymore? Fortunately, with a little supermarket savvy, you can put together tasty, nutritious meals in just minutes.
Pessimistic? Anxious? Depressed? Your personality may increase your risk of disease. Here, tips to improve your quality of life.
Make the most of all modern medicine has to offer by being an active participant in your healthcare. Here's how.
Learn why losing weight could be the single most important thing you do to stay healthy.
A new study shows that this deadly disease is on the rise. Learn how to protect yourself.
Think you might have a food allergy? The truth may surprise you.
Want lean muscle, but would rather salute the sun than repeat squats? Consider yoga with weights.
A new book explains why milk products may not fight osteoporosis.
A surprising new study suggests you may live a shorter life if you sit too much. Are you at risk?
Can you name the five major symptoms of a heart attack? Discover what you need to know to save your life or the life of a loved one.
Learn how to minimize wear and tear on your joints to keep up your favorite activities for years to come.
Maximize your mental sharpness, sports performance and even romance just by understanding your internal body clock.
A new study shows you're more likely to make dangerous drug mistakes in summer. Here, simple steps to stay safe.
Flexibility decreases with age, increasing your risk of injury. Here, the most important stretches to keep you limber.
Spring is the ideal time to hit the pavement! Learn more about this growing team sport.
A new study shows getting enough good cholesterol doesn't just protect your heart -- it may also prevent Alzheimer's.
How many calories did you burn during your workout today? When it comes to calorie-burning counts, experts are discovering exercise machines don't always tell the truth.
A new report highlights four simple screening tests that most people aren't getting. Are you protected?
Silent stroke can damage your brain -- and you’d never know it. Prevent it from happening to you.
Less than half of all Americans get enough physical activity. Are you one of them? Learn more!
A coughing kid and sniffling spouse aren’t the only family members who can make you sick. Here, five pet diseases you can catch from your cat or dog.
New research reveals seven simple steps that can help you prevent heart disease and stroke. Learn more!
If aerobics give you heartburn, don’t give up! We’ll tell you the best way to do aerobics without heartburn. Read on!
Carrying extra pounds? Find out why losing weight can help ease heartburn.
Few people know the symptoms of the nation’s top cause of serious long-term disability and third most common cause of death. Do you?
Crunches give you heartburn? Don’t worry! Flat abs can be yours, even if you suffer from heartburn. Here’s how!
It's that time of year again -- cold season -- replete with sore throats and stuffy noses. Here, the latest on what really works to treat a cold.
Heartburn and heart attack can often feel the same. How do you tell the difference? Read on!
Having trouble sticking to an exercise program? Here, 5 common exercise excuses and how to overcome them.
If your holiday schedule leaves little time for exercise, read on for tips and tricks to sneak fitness in -- without a trip to the gym.
Noise isn’t just a problem for your ears. Research has linked it to health woes ranging from heartburn to heart disease. Here’s what you need to know!
If heartburn is putting a damper on your exercise program, don’t give up. Here, six strategies for keeping heartburn at bay so you can stay active and keep fit.
Bring eco-awareness to your workouts, and you'll not only help the environment, you’ll boost your health too!
Three out of four Americans don’t get enough vitamin D, increasing their risk of cancer, heart disease, even cold and flu. Learn more!
Turbocharge your fitness regimen with CrossFit. Once the workout of pro athletes and commandos, CrossFit is now available for all ages and fitness levels.
Looking for a new way to build lean, mean muscle? Find out why kettlebells are hot news in strength training.
Whether it’s a barbecue burn or a biking scrape, learn the latest first-aid techniques -- and why mother doesn’t always know best.
Too busy to exercise? Think again. Here are five ways parents can maximize fitness in minimal time.
Is it a heart attack, panic attack or heartburn? The truth is, many things can cause chest pain. Here’s what you need to know.
Tired of the same old gym? Why not try a “health club” that’s been around forever, the great outdoors?
Ditch the gym scene and rediscover the joys of your youth with these sweat-and-smile sports that make exercise fun again (no gym required).
Whether you just gave birth or have been battling pregnancy pounds for a couple of years, stroller walking offers a fun way for new moms to get back in shape.
Want to get fit fast? Consider boot camp, a high-intensity fitness class designed to achieve maximum results in minimum time. We’ll help you find the best boot camp for you.
Hundreds of thousands of Americans die of diabetes complications every year, and it is the leading cause of adult blindness and loss of limbs. Here’s what you didn’t know.
What kind of health advice would impress even an expert? We asked four top docs to tell us the best health advice they ever received. Now we’re going to share those words of wisdom with you!
Starting the new year by re-starting your workout? Before you waste time and money by joining just any health club, read on for questions that will help you pick the right one.
New research confirms that instead of making you more tired, exercise can actually reduce fatigue by up to 65 percent. Read on to find out the best energy-boosting, fatigue-fighting workouts for you!
If you like yoga, dance, swimming or Pilates, you'll love Gyrotonic. Utilizing circular, spiraling, undulating movements, Gyrotonic feels so good it's hard to call it a workout!
Cough! Cough! Sneeze! Sneeze! With everyone around you down with a cold, here’s what you need to know to keep from getting sick.
What do fitness experts do for exercise? We asked five exercise gurus to reveal their favorite way to work out. Find out how you can get fit like the pros!
From heart disease to Alzheimer’s, find out how omega-3 fatty acids can improve your health.
With millions of people practicing every day, tai chi is one of the most popular exercises in the world. Find out why!
Are body fat tests and formulas truly accurate? We'll tell you the best ways to figure out if you're fit or fat.
Hate to exercise? We'll tell you how to rev up your heart rate and work up a sweat without feeling like you're "working out."
Are the new "active" video games just as good as real exercise, and can they help keep the whole family fit?
Should your spouse be your exercise buddy? Find out why working out with your partner can strengthen both your health and your marriage.
If you haven't heard of Nordic walking yet, you will. Find out how adding two poles to your stroll can help you burn more calories and up your aerobic intensity.
Some stomach pain isn’t normal; it can be life-threatening! Learn five symptoms that warrant the doctor.
If you have digestive problems, find out why a workout may be just what the doctor orders.
Fiber boosts digestive health, speeds weight loss and prevents disease. Get the most out of your daily diet.
Turn your smartphone into your personalized heartburn management tool with these apps.
No one wants to talk about digestive symptoms, but discussing them with your doctor could save your life.
Whether you have heartburn, IBS, ulcers or IBD, learn how to minimize your risk of cancer.
If bloating, cramping or awkward body functions have ever ruined your day, get the tricks to fix your tummy.
If living a "healthy lifestyle" isn't working to ease your stomach pain, find out why medication may be the answer.
Tired of hearing about everything you can't swallow? Learn which edibles ease heartburn -- and enjoy eating again.
Three new therapies that really work.
Almost everyone will experience heartburn at least once in their life, but by making smart food choices, you can keep heartburn at bay.
Can low-acid foods calm heartburn pain? Not necessarily. Learn when and why they might ease your symptoms.
Fans say it relieves stomach pain, reduces heartburn and even speeds weight loss. Here, learn what science says.
Stomach pain takes the fun out of eating. Here, some surprising food culprits -- and tips for relief!
Planning a picnic? Going swimming? Protect yourself from common stomach bugs that can wreck summer fun.
Regular aspirin use can lower your risk of developing life-threatening diseases -- and harm your stomach. Is it right for you?
Add flavor to your meals while improving digestion, combating irritable bowel syndrome and reducing heartburn.
Heartburn, nausea, diarrhea, gas: Medications can cause painful side effects. Learn how to minimize these reactions.
A recent study found that one-third of insomniacs suffered from heartburn and didn’t even know it. Could heartburn be what’s keeping you up at night? Read on!
Up to 40 percent of Americans suffer from stomach pain due to heartburn or IBS. Here, how to enjoy pool parties and barbecues if you have a sensitive stomach.
Endoscopy? Barium swallow? Acid perfusion test? Here’s what you need to know about diagnostic tests for heartburn.
Constipation? Diarrhea? Headache? Find out what you need to know about heartburn medication side effects.
If traveling gives you heartburn, you’re not alone. Here, 12 ways to keep heartburn at bay on your next trip.
Ever have heartburn? Then it’s important to be aware of potentially serious heartburn complications. Here’s what you need to know.
When should you take heartburn medication? And how often can you take it? We’ll tell you the best way to take heartburn medication for maximum relief.
You’re frustrated by frequent heartburn and tired of taking pills. Can heartburn surgery help? Read on!
What’s the difference between ordinary heartburn and gastroesophageal reflux disease (aka GERD)? Read on to find out!
More than half of pregnant women experience heartburn. Where to get relief? Read on!
Despite its name, heartburn has nothing to do with your heart. Find out what’s really causing that burning pain in your chest.
Heartburn medications are not all the same. Learn the difference between an antacid and a PPI so you can say bye-bye to heartburn for good.
What’s the best way to avoid heartburn? Figure out your personal heartburn triggers with a food diary. Here’s how!
Think you can’t enjoy fast food if you have heartburn? Not true! By making wise choices, you can enjoy an occasional indulgence without heartburn pain.
Don’t let heartburn ruin your holidays! Here, 18 do’s and don’ts for holiday eating that will help keep heartburn at bay.
Beneficial bacteria found in foods like yogurt, tempeh and aged cheeses can protect you from a host of health woes. Learn more!
Sure it feels good, but did you know that sex can help you live longer and healthier too?
Suffering from heartburn, IBS or other tummy woes? Learn how to take the "stress" out of your digestive distress.
The link between money and happiness may surprise you. Learn what researchers say it takes to feel fulfilled.
It's simple, it's easy and it can help you manage stress. Find out why meditation may be just what your doctor orders.
Caring for an aging loved one can have serious side effects. Learn why -- and how to safeguard your well-being.
Find out which vitamins and nutrients can help keep your brain sharp as you age.
Four out of five adults experience tension headaches -- but it doesn't have to be that way. Here are nine simple ways to keep tension headaches at bay.
Recent studies have begun to pinpoint why we age, and provide real steps to slow the ravages of time.
Hint: It may have to do with your ability to focus, new research says. Learn more to feel happier now.
Research shows the right vacation boosts your brain's health. Optimize your time off -- whether or not you get away.
Read on for a few simple acts to kick the wind out of your bad mood -- anytime, anywhere.
Experts explain how being too hard on yourself can harm your health, and advise how to give yourself a break.
Learn what “active” forms of rest can improve your health, reduce stress and boost your energy.
Two natural herbs and five simple lifestyle habits for youthful legs -- no matter your age.
Learn how the right strength training is the answer to staying young, healthy and strong.
Confidence in your relationships can improve physical health. Learn how to boost yours.
New research shows that too little sleep increases your risk of several diseases. How much shut-eye do you need?
Stressed? Stress-relieving gadgets can help -- if you know how to pick the one that’s right for you.
Safeguard your skin and enhance its natural beauty with these eight must-do expert skin-care tips.
Having trouble sleeping? Don't worry -- because worrying will only make it worse! Instead, read on for 10 tips that will help you rest easy tonight.
Feeling irritable? Can’t sleep? For men, these could be signs of serious, life-threatening depression. Learn more ...
The first sign you’re getting older? Often, it’s knee problems. Here, how to keep your knees young for life.
It’s not your imagination. When you’re under stress, heartburn is more likely to flare. Here, three simple ways to keep stress -- and heartburn -- at bay.
What’s the best way to cope with stress? We asked five leading experts for their best stress-busting secrets.
Too much worry can lead to health problems. But a little productive worrying can actually be a positive thing. Learn more!
Americans spend billions of dollars a year on hair loss products -- not all of which work. Find out what does!
More than a million people will be diagnosed with skin cancer this year. Will one of them be you?
Feeling stressed about the economy? You’re not alone. Here, LRLW’s economic stress relief package to help you recover. Read on!
Barbells for your brain? Not exactly. But new research shows you can improve your memory and boost your brainpower. Find out how!
You exercise, eat well and wear your seat belt, but you may still be in harm’s way. The culprits: careless drivers. Find out how to avoid being one of them.
When was the last time you went to the doctor for a checkup? If you're a guy, chances are you're way overdue. Find out what tests and exams men need to live a long and healthy life.
The truth is, experts aren't sure yet what cell phones are doing to our health. Until they do, here are 10 things you can do to protect yourself and your loved ones -- without giving up your cell phone.
The most common culprit for foot pain, say experts, are shoes that don't fit. Here, how to find great-looking shoes that won't cause foot pain!
Happiness expert Sonja Lyubomirsky, Ph.D., reveals the four key steps to a more joyful life. Read on!
You resolved to get fit while sipping bubbly on New Year's Eve. But now you've lost steam. Here's how to get back on track and keep those resolutions all year long.
If you think a high SPF rating means you're safe, think again. Here's what you really need to know.
New studies show that most people underestimate their weight -- increasing their risk for heart disease, diabetes and cancer.
The next time you're tempted to blow off steam with a friend, remember this surprising new study.
Our psychologist explains why being connected 24-7 isn't always a good thing.
Must-know food safety tips to safeguard your summer trips from food poisoning.
How you sleep can make a difference if you suffer from heartburn and back pain or just want to avoid wrinkles. Read on to discover the best sleep position for you.
Craving chips, chocolate or ice cream? Here's how to start instinctively reaching out for fruit or broccoli instead.
Walk your way to great legs. Too good to be true? Our personal trainer gives tush-toning shoes a test run.
Here's what the tobacco industry doesn't want you to know.
Learn the best ways to rate your exercise intensity, whether you use a heart rate monitor or not.
Got a medicine cabinet full of old, expired drugs? Learn why you shouldn't just toss them in the trash -- and what to do instead.
From calorie counters to exercise logs, our expert discusses the best online tools to help you shed pounds.
With age, changes in our bodies make sex more challenging. But couples who remain intimate know a secret -- and it's not Viagra.
Soothing yourself with food isn't healthy or wise. But emotional eating is easier to stop than you think.
Concerned a loved one may have Alzheimer’s? Don’t blow it off! A new study suggests your suspicions may be right.
Give your willpower a break. Seven “environmental engineering” tips that make weight loss effortless.
Under pressure? Stress-resistant ways of thinking can help you keep your cool.
Experts now encourage eating your favorite foods, especially in moderation. Here's how our dietitian kept her heartburn in check.
Tired of counting calories? The right dish can help you eat less and lose weight with less effort!
You're sick. You go to the doctor. You want an antibiotic to make you feel better. But when will it actually help?
Surprise! Snacks actually keep heartburn at bay. Our nutritionist (and heartburn sufferer) gives tips to keep your stomach and taste buds happy.
If gray skies are killing your fun, you may have seasonal affective disorder. Good news: There is treatment.
Do antibacterial soaps and hand sanitizers really work? Our medical expert discusses what you need to know.
Can listening to music improve heart health?
Can cuddling with my spouse improve my health?
Are eggs part of a healthy diet?
Can snoring really kill me?
How can I enjoy tuna without endangering my health?
Can yoga really help me maintain a healthy weight?
Two natural herbs and five simple lifestyle habits for youthful legs -- no matter your age.
Are energy bars a good pre- or post-workout snack?
Do fruit and vegetable cleaning sprays work better than water?
Can acid reflux damage my esophagus?
How can I tell if I’m doing strength-training exercises correctly?
Is margarine healthier than butter?
Can I exercise to keep my brain young?
Is dried fruit as healthy as fresh fruit?
Can stress make my allergies worse?
Should I take aspirin to prevent a heart attack?
Are vinyl shower curtains safe?
How terrible is it to skip meals?
What's the best way to stop snoring?
Can eating slowly really help me lose weight?
How can I get the benefits of a personal trainer without breaking my budget?
Does the "Five-second Rule" ensure that dropped food is still edible?
Will working on a computer make me nearsighted?
Now that the FDA says I shouldn't give my child cold medicines, how can I ease his cold symptoms?
How many crunches are enough?
How can I figure out which type of yoga is right for me?
Is it safe to take medication after it’s expired?
How can I ease irritable bowel syndrome?
Does frozen yogurt have the same health benefits as regular yogurt?
Can ozone/oxygen injections really relieve back pain?
When eating at a Chinese restaurant, what should you avoid if you suffer from heartburn?
Will educational videos and TV programs make my baby smarter?
Do you really need to drink eight glasses of water a day?
Can I catch MRSA bacteria at the gym?
If a workout leaves me with sore muscles the next day, should I rest?
When eating at an Italian restaurant, what should you avoid if you suffer from heartburn?
Does running on a treadmill provide the same workout as running outdoors?
Should I take protein supplements if I want to build muscle mass?
Is incense smoke safe to breathe?
Are tanning beds safer than lying out in the sun?
How can I psych myself up to reach my fitness goals?
Can I exercise if I have a cold or the flu?
Do men need calcium supplements?
What is "BlackBerry thumb," and how do I avoid it?
How long should I use a proton pump inhibitor?
Is there a way to protect my eyes from macular degeneration?
Can coffee prevent heartburn?
Is Pilates on a mat as effective as Pilates on a machine?
Can acid reflux damage teeth?
Can food poisoning have long-term complications?
Does smoking make heartburn worse?
How exactly does my pedometer work, and is it really accurate?
Can acid reflux cause sore throat?
When can I resume working out after an ankle sprain?
How do proton pump inhibitors work?
Could my mother's forgetfulness be Alzheimer's?
Can tight clothes trigger heartburn?
Does my child really need all those immunizations?
Should I worry about autism if my toddler doesn't play with other kids?
What is thirdhand smoke?
Are prostate cancer screening tests really necessary?
Does marijuana increase the risk of testicular cancer?
Should I give my baby sugar when he's getting his shots?
Why do high-fat foods trigger heartburn?
Are my mood swings and headaches premenopausal symptoms? I'm only 37!
What's the best way to curb my kid's craving for sweets?
How can I tell if my kids’ backpacks are too heavy?
Do I need surgery for a hiatal hernia?
How serious are heart disease risk factors?
How important is it to warm up before working out?
Do I still have to worry about extra pounds if I don't have a pot belly?
Is jumping rope good exercise?
Is male menopause real?
Why would aerobics trigger heartburn?
What’s the connection between heartburn and asthma?
Why would gum and hard candy ease heartburn?
Should I get a mammogram this year?
Should I see a doctor about my heartburn?
Why would being pregnant give me heartburn?
Why would eating a big meal trigger heartburn?
Will taking glucosamine and chondroitin supplements help my aching knees?
What’s the best way to quit smoking?
Are special vitamin formulas really better?
Can swearing relieve pain?
Does frozen yogurt have the same health benefits as regular yogurt?
Do oral contraceptives cause breast cancer?
Can cutting sugary beverages really help me lose weight?
Could it be postpartum depression?
Can anger really shorten my life?
How loud is too loud when listening to my iPod?
Does cranberry juice really prevent urinary tract infections?
Is hoop dancing good exercise?
How do I protect my two-month-old tummy-sleeper from SIDS?
Which artificial sweetener is best for your health?
Make a healthy side dish exotic by swapping plain rice for barley and spicing it with curry.
Vitamin-rich tropical-fruit salsa is a fresh and flavorful accompaniment to heart-healthy tuna.
A rich spice blend gives grilled pork tenderloin an antioxidant-packed flavor boost.
Blend sweet seasonal watermelon with onions, cucumbers and fresh herbs for a savory, refreshing soup.
Forget potato chips. For a crispy, crunchy treat, try these kale chips instead. They're quick and easy to make, loaded with nutrients, and oh so delicious!
Farro, a nutty and sweet whole grain, makes for a deliciously light and filling salad at barbeques and picnics.
Rich in heart-healthy omega-3 oils, this sweet-and-spicy grilled salmon will perk up your next summer barbecue.
Make this hearty Irish treat healthy by using whole wheat flour and low-fat buttermilk.
Healthy springtime vegetables combine in this hearty, delicious soup. Yum!
Get your pizza fix -- minus the fat! This fiber-rich dip is sure to please at your next party.
One taste of this triple whole-grain goodness and you'll never go back to frozen waffles again.
Serve this minimal-calorie, spicy and savory dip at your next pigskin party to score big points with your home team.
Red rice and red walnuts give this easy-to-make rice salad out-of-the-ordinary pizzazz.
Indulge with less guilt: Try this rich (but lower-fat!) warm chocolate dessert
Like spaghetti and meatballs? Then you’ll love this pan-Asian twist on an all-time favorite.
Bold flavors complement elegant seafood in a recipe that’s as heart-healthy as it is simple.
If you like a good smoothie, you'll love this exotic twist made with ripe red bananas, luscious blood oranges, kefir and Greek yogurt.
These sweet-and-salty, protein-packed veggies make a satisfying heart-healthy snack or side dish.
The best snacks are those with a variety of nutrient-rich food groups represented. This quesadilla fits the bill because it contains fruit, dairy and whole grains.
This sweet, satisfying combination is the perfect nutrient-rich side dish for a cold winter night.
Lighten your turkey leftovers with this sweet-and-salty sandwich that's packed with protein, fiber and potassium.
Make your feast a little lighter with this quick savory stuffing recipe.
It's apple season. Take advantage by stirring up this comforting homemade applesauce.
Easy to prep and packed with vitamins, savory Swiss chard partners perfectly with all meats.
Recreate your mom's comfort-meal meatloaf -- but healthier -- with this high-protein recipe.
This crunchy, tangy and protein-packed breakfast is a tasty staple for any weight loss plan.
Instead of the usual small cup of yogurt for breakfast, start your day with a more filling and nutrient-rich meal...and one that contains nearly two-thirds of your daily calcium!
Sweet seasonal fruits like apples, pears and cranberries make an ordinary green salad extraordinary.
Sweet potatoes and pineapple add an extra dose of antioxidants -- and flavor -- to this crowd-pleasing fall side dish.
Sweet maple syrup and tart Granny Smith apples combine with smoked bacon for a savory, fiber-rich fall side dish.
Pack this salty-sweet, antioxidant-rich energy treat for your next bike or hike.
Shrimp lend low-fat protein to a flavorful blend of fresh seasonal greens, zesty goat cheese, rich heirloom tomatoes and creamy buttermilk dressing.
Fresh, Asian-style vinaigrette finishes this crisp, antioxidant-rich veggie confetti of yellow, red and orange bell peppers with green cucumbers and white radishes.
Why bake bread when you can have cake? This decadent zucchini dessert boasts antioxidants too, with chocolate, whole-wheat flower and walnuts.
Pair savory pistachios and onions with sweet, juicy in-season peaches for this flavor-packed picnic accompaniment.
Give this naturally sweet side-dish a unique flavor kick with a dose of fresh parsley and ground nutmeg.
Hot Chinese mustard and soybeans add an Asian flair to this fiber-rich bean salad -- perfect for picnics and potlucks.
Think outside the pie by using this sweet summer fruit as a spicy dip or meat accompaniment.
Whether for breakfast or a snack, these 100 percent whole-grain scones are packed with wholesome goodness.
If you like mixing sweet and salty, you’ll love this summery watermelon and tomato salad. Seasonal watermelon cubes are a surprisingly tasty match to fresh tomatoes, red onions and basil.
Grill up these light, fresh and fruity seafood kabobs in 10 minutes or fewer at your next summer barbeque.
These savory, low-salt spuds are packed with fiber -- and the purple skins pack a special antioxidant punch.
Freshen up with this low-calorie, high-flavor, easy frozen snack.
Keep everyone happy -- and healthy -- on Family Pizza Night by trying different combinations with less fat. This BBQ chicken pizza is ready in a flash because it has only five ingredients.
Roll up lower-fat, marinated Korean beef with sticky white rice and kimchi for a satisfying -- but healthy -- lunch.
Spice up seasonal rhubarb with traditional Indian seasonings to make a light, sweet and savory dip or spread.
This refreshing, calorie-light dinner is also surprisingly filling, packed with healthy veggie fiber and protein.
Whole grains plus antioxidant-rich lemons and blueberries boost the health quotient of this rich brunch favorite.
This reduced-fat pesto is high in antioxidants. Pair it with whole-wheat pasta for a fast, filling and nutrient-rich meal.
Add some spring colors to your dinner plate with this fresh, flavorful, seasonal side dish.
Hearty banana-nut pancakes get heart-healthy with whole-wheat flour, flaxseed and oats.
Zesty mango salsa is great by itself or as a fresh accompaniment to fish, chicken and pork dishes.
Make a light, fresh and high-fiber salad in minutes with a few classic Mediterranean ingredients.
Get all of the comfort of hearty home-cooked chili -- for a fraction of the fat and calories.
Pair zesty fried salmon cakes with whole-wheat buns for a high-protein, heart-healthy twist on your usual burger.
Switch up your snack or breakfast routine with this simply sweet and fiber-full fruit compote.
Pair a hearty seasonal fruit with whole-wheat gnocchi for this fast and nutrient-rich winter dinner.
Bake warm and savory biscuits for brunch or enjoy as a party snack with this healthy whole-grain, high-calcium recipe.
Cut your liquid calories in half with this antioxidant-packed party drink.
Salty, zesty and heart-healthy, this crowd-pleasing appetizer is an easy accompaniment for your upcoming holiday festivities.
Thanksgiving just wouldn't be right without cranberry sauce. It's quite easy to make from scratch, and you can create your own flavor combinations by adding different juices, fruits and spices.
Get the "right" kind of carbs with this creamy (but remarkably reduced-fat) mashed potato recipe.
This nutrient-rich, toasted-caramel cauliflower will please even sworn cauli-phobes.
Pair lean pork with sweet maple syrup-shallot sauce and spiced couscous for a quick and festive autumn meal.
Sweet dates and figs balance this savory, Asian-style coleslaw. Bonus: it’s low-fat and low-calorie too!
Rich, filling muffins get heart-healthy with whole grains, pears and walnuts.
Lean burgers go global with tangy grilled pineapple and spicy Thai sauce.
Root beer gives these fiber-full baked beans a sweet twist.
Optimize seasonal summer vegetables with this protein-packed quinoa and squash salad.
For a flavorful change of pace, try lamb instead of beef or chicken. This quick-and-easy recipe can be done on the grill or in the oven all year round.
A new twist on the classic Apple Waldorf Salad, this nutrient-rich version contains more apples and the latest superfood fruit: dried cherries.
Try oven-roasting over steaming this time: Aside from yielding better taste, roasting allows the olive oil used to absorb nutrients like vitamin A in asparagus.
No fat! No cholesterol! And so yummy that you don't have to be watching your diet to love this guilt-free dessert.
This fresh take on a classic Mexican appetizer is so good -- and good for you -- you might want to double dip!
Perfect for hot summer days, this delicious blend of sweet potatoes, sweet onions, zucchini and squash is great on the grill and can be served warm or at room temperature. So easy to make it's almost like not cooking!
Bypass the burgers. For summer barbecues, try lean flank steak instead. It's lower in fat, but still, oh, so tasty!
You won't miss the fat in this yummy dessert. Healthy and easy to make -- who could ask for anything more?
This fish dish is healthy, delicious and easy to prepare and enjoy.
Begin your day with these tasty, low-fat delights. You can prepare them in hardly any time at all and your family will love them.
With this easy recipe, you can spend less time in the kitchen and more time sharing a healthy and flavorful meal with your loved ones.
This Italian-style omelet offers high-quality protein and nutrient-rich spinach in an appetizing ode to the egg.
This balanced meal in a bowl is high in protein, whole grains and taste -- but low in preparation effort.
Only a devil would let extra eggs go to waste. Prepare this heart-healthy, high-protein dish instead!
Make your meat taste sweet with a fruity sauce that packs plenty of antioxidant punch.
Say goodbye to boxed mac and cheese with this reduced-fat version that’s high in calcium and comfort value.
You may never go back to the old peanut butter and jelly after tasting this fruit-infused powerhouse on a plate.
Hot! Hot! Hot! The spicy kick in these heart-healthy nuts adds extra antioxidants and may help control hunger.
Sick of eating the same old steamed stalk? Refresh your taste for the floret by roasting in this four-ingredient recipe.
The whole-wheat flour and antioxidant ginger in these cookies make munching guilt-free.
Dark leafy greens are extremely nutrient-rich and so easy to prepare. Take advantage of the convenient, prewashed and pretrimmed bags of kale and other greens (collard, mustard and turnips) found in the produce department.
Looking for an all-in-one, super-antioxidant main-dish salad? Look no further.
Sloppy Joe's are great for a crowd. Keep them super healthy (lower fat and lower sodium) by using lean turkey breast and no-salt-added tomato sauce.
This hearty oatmeal breakfast is all you need to get you started on a cold winter morning.
Kick-start your morning with this power-packed smoothie filled with the right kind of healthy carbs, protein (from the yogurt) and calcium.
Just one cup of this flavorful antioxidant-rich soup will instantly warm you up, and provide all your vitamin A for the day!
Unlike many of our favorite cookies and sweet treats of the holidays, this easy-to-make goodie is filled with nutrients and antioxidants from the dried fruit and heart-healthy nuts.
For a refreshing finish, top this fiber-, protein- and nutrient-rich salad off with fresh lime juice dressing.
Whatever the season, everyone can enjoy a tasty, fat-free snowflake cookie all year long.
These refreshing, bite-size muffins are perfect for breakfast or snack time. They're even festive enough for special-occasion brunches during the holidays.
Once you realize that all forms of fruit -- fresh, canned, frozen or dried -- count as nutrient-rich choices, you'll have no problem eating more every day.
Pumpkin pie is the ubiquitous holiday-time dessert, so isn't it great to know it's also packed with good-for-you nutrients?
Fish contains vital omega-3 fatty acids, and vegetables help maintain your healthy immunity. Wrap it all together in whole-wheat tortillas, and you'll have a light, fun and super-healthy meal.
Fresh-cooked, or even canned, sweet potatoes combined with whole-wheat flour transform this easy recipe into a delicious vitamin-packed meal.
This Halloween, enjoy your own homemade healthy candy snack. Low in fat yet rich in chocolate, it will continue to satisfy a sweet tooth well beyond the spooky holiday.
For a refreshing alternative to your usual salad, substitute oil and vinegar with this unique vinaigrette, and lettuce with mixed greens. The result will give you a boost in health as well as flavor.
The right combination of ingredients yields the perfect party snack: A bold chili full of heart-healthy nutrients.
Whole-wheat pasta is healthy, wholesome and filling. Combined with this creamy sauce, it makes for smaller portions full of flavor -- a balanced meal for the whole family.
Couscous, a traditional North African grain, is a tasty and versatile complex carbohydrate substitute for white rice. It's also a quick and easy option to make with any protein.
A simple three-ingredient glaze adds a sweet and savory flavor boost to salmon. Oven-roasting is fast -- figure on only 10 minutes' cooking for every inch of fish thickness -- and cleanup is a snap with a foil-covered pan.
Tired of plain old lettuce and tomatoes? Try this vibrant alternative, filled with heart-healthy nutrients and flavors from every color of the rainbow.
Need to satisfy that sweet tooth? Here's a fiber- and nutrient-rich twist on an old favorite, the oatmeal cookie.
Great for a tailgate party or a weeknight meal, no one will know this low-fat and no-saturated-fat "meaty" filling is actually meatless.
Lentils, a type of dried beans, are some of the most nutrient-rich foods you can eat. Make a big batch, store in the refrigerator and enjoy at several meals -- what a timesaver!
Pork tenderloin is an extremely lean, nutrient-rich protein source. Prepare with your favorite marinade and glaze, or try this simple spice mixture. If you're in a time crunch, just refrigerate for 30 minutes before grilling.
Canned pears and ready-made dessert shells make this the easiest no-cook dessert ever. For variety, substitute with peaches, strawberries -- and whatever strikes your fancy! Yum!
Who wants to cook on a hot summer day? This simple, healthful recipe takes mere minutes. Works great as a side dish or tossed in cooked chicken or grilled salmon for a complete meal.