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Step 1. Make Sure You're Ready for Change
Take a moment to assess what you’ll gain by losing weight, and the sacrifices you’ll need to make. Weigh the balance to...
Cheap Meals
It’s hard to escape the biggest news in the country: the economy’s struggling. At a personal level, the nation’s...
Editors' Picks: Fall Activities
Trick-or-Treat in reverse. This Halloween have kids dress in costumes and hand out candy to grownups. Global Exchange,...
A Taste of Place
Imagine America not as we see it today, a grid of states, but the way it might have appeared to settlers centuries ago...
Vegetarian Thanksgiving Menu and Planner
The best part of this Thanksgiving menu is that you can do much of the preparation in advance.
Food Costs On the Rise?
Pundits have been comparing our current economic times to those of the Great Depression, and while food prices are on...
Fight Fat with a Soft-Drink Tax?
Last December, New York Governor David Paterson suggested imposing an 18 percent tax on nondiet soft drinks. (It would...
Southwest Style Thanksgiving Menu and Planner
A large part of this dinner can be made ahead so that the holiday is spent with your family and friends, not bent over...
Perfect Thanksgiving Menu and Planner
The challenges of preparing Thanksgiving dinner are, always, time and oven space. Use this planner to help you schedule...
Easy, Healthy Thanksgiving Menu and Planner
Use this planner for our Easy Thanksgiving Menu to help you get most of the work done in advance so you can enjoy...
Classic Holiday Menu and Planner
Make-Ahead Planner A simple planner to make your holiday meal a joyful, stress-free celebration. Up to 1 week ahead:...
Shopping Basics
1. Make a detailed shopping list grouped by the layout of your favorite supermarket. It makes your trip much less...
Diabetic Diet: Type 1 diabetes
People with type 1 diabetes are unable to produce their own insulin and must take insulin daily—via injections or...
Are We Paying a Price for Seedless Clementines?
There’s a storm brewing in the California citrus belt over clementines. People prefer seedless clementines—the smallest...
Staying Positive May Help You Get Healthier
Many of us have a tendency to think about healthy behaviors in black-and-white extremes: chocolate is bad, carrots are...
Getting Support
An exercise buddy who motivates you to show up for an early-morning walk…a neighbor who can watch your kids while you...
Expert Advice on Losing Weight and Keeping It Off
In this section, you’ll find answers to key questions about losing weight and keeping it off. “Shouldn’t I be cutting...
Traveling Lean
When you’re on the road, it’s easy to leave your healthy intentions behind. Here are travel tips for eating healthy on...
5 Healthy Food Choices at the Airport, Train or Bus Station
Traveling often means being faced with limited food choices on the road or in airport, train or bus stations. These...
How Do We Make Our Food Supply Safer?
We asked nine food safety experts—from professors to chefs to food inspectors—how they think we can improve food safety...
Meet the Farmers
Spring: California asparagus farmer Fairview Gardens One of California’s oldest organic farms raises a traditional...
Healthy Eating on a Budget
Most Americans are looking for ways to lower their grocery bill, so we asked Adam Drewnowski, Ph.D., director of the...
How to Eat More Fruits & Vegetables
If you're looking for more ways to get all of your fruit and vegetable servings, here are some easy, healthy ideas to...
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