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Soup Recipes to Help You Lose Weight
I’ll never forget the moment in a Weight Watchers meeting when the conversation turned to “The Soup.” Everyone in the...
Cooking Up a Healthier Lifestyle
In his 17-year career as a professional chef, Dan M. was used to high pressure. Working seven-day weeks, and even 22-...
Low- and No-Calorie Sweeteners
The debates in the nutrition world about the value of low- and no-calorie sweeteners are often loud and raucous, but...
Staying Healthy is a Family Affair
When Dan was diagnosed three years ago with type 2 diabetes, he didn’t need to be educated much about the disease. He...
How to Say No to Food Pushers
When you’re working hard to make healthy lifestyle changes, sometimes the people around you are a huge source of...
How to Eat Lower on the Glycemic Index
All the carbohydrate foods we eat cause a release of glucose into the bloodstream—and a corresponding rise in insulin—...
Cooking with Coffee
Bzzzzzzzz. It starts with the high-pitched sound of my favorite blend of dark- and medium-roast coffee beans whirling...
Why Chocolate is Good for Your Heart
Chocolate to cure a broken heart is a popular prescription, but it turns out chocolate’s heart-mending reputation might...
Expert Alice Medrich's Tips on Cooking With Chocolate
At first, the idea of creating “healthier” chocolate desserts may sound—well, plain vanilla. But in the hands of a...
The Benefits of Probiotics
To hear Sandor Katz tell it, our world would be a very different place without fermented food. It’s not merely that we...
Can Probiotics Really Help Your Health?
Reams of research have looked into the health effects of probiotic (“good”) bacteria that ferment our foods. But most...
Discover the Health Benefits of Korean Cooking
A well-planned traditional Korean meal includes sweet, sour, bitter, hot and salty tastes. It may even strive to...
Game Plan for Holidays and Parties
Many parties and holiday celebrations center on tempting foods and drinks—but with a game plan, you’ll be able to relax...
Step 7. Have a Long-Term Plan
As you reach your weight-loss goals, you’re ready for the final step: creating a long-term strategy that will help your...
Step 6. Get Support
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Losing weight is challenging—we can’t expect to do it alone. As you make your...
Step 5. Commit to Move More
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Exercise makes weight loss much easier—but more importantly people who move...
Step 4. Eat Mindfully
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Healthy eating means getting a variety of foods in moderation—not making any...
Step 3. Track Yourself
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. Self-awareness is self-motivation; by keeping track of your behavior, you...
Step 2. Set Goals
Excerpted from The EatingWell Diet Book. The next step on your weight-loss journey is to decide what kind of weight...
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...
Great Job: Healthy Workplaces
When it comes to work’s impact on healthy living, the associations tend to be negative: 60-hour workweeks that...
What's So Bad About High Fructose Corn Syrup?
“It’s natural, nutritionally the same as table sugar and has the same number of calories,” say ads for high-fructose...
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...
Think Small - Portion-Control Savvy
We’re eating more calories than ever, and a leading culprit is how often we eat prepared foods away from home. Whether...
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