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The Ultimate Green Smoothie Recipe
The sky's the limit when it comes to smoothie combinations you can whip up in your blender. And while you don't...
Is Canola Oil Toxic or Bad For You? The Facts.
There are all sorts of rumors about canola oil—so let’s sort fact from fiction.
4 Good Foods to Eat Full-Fat
Though the low-fat craze has come and gone, many of the beliefs we have about fat are tough to let go of. Recent...
The MSG Myth: Are There Really Side Effects?
MSG—or monosodium glutamate—is a flavor enhancer used in savory foods, especially Asian foods. It contains sodium, but...
Dinner, Planned! Your 1-Month Healthy Dinner Meal Plan: Week 3
Instead of wandering aimlessly through the grocery store aisles on Sunday, I’m sticking to the 28-day meal plan. By...
Dinner, Planned! Your 1-Month Healthy Dinner Meal Plan: Week 2
For the second week in a row, I can answer the question “What’s for dinner?” without having to consult my Pinterest...
Rock the Rolls: Lettuce Wraps, Stuffed Cabbage and More
While you may not follow a Paleo or gluten-free diet, here’s a takeaway from both that will help get more veggies into...
Low-Fat Ice Cream Sandwich vs. Fudge Pop: Which Dessert Is Healthier?
Picking healthy foods at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. Among those thousands of foods, there’s a wide...
This or That: Butter vs. Coconut Oil
Picking healthy spreads and cooking oils at the grocery store can be pretty confusing. There are many different choices...
Heavenly Peach-Raspberry Crisp (Plus 3 Variations!)
I love pie, particularly ones bursting with summer fruit, but I rarely have the time to make one. That means pie is...
Dinner, Planned! Your 1-Month Healthy Dinner Meal Plan: Week 1
What should I make for dinner? I used to ponder this question on my way home from work everyday, trying to balance my...
How Gut Bacteria Impacts Obesity, Allergies, Happiness and More
A growing body of research has shown that the teeming populations of gut bacteria within us have evolved complex...
Easy Ways to Jazz Up Plain-Jane Ice Cream
When it comes to ice cream, I’m what you might call a “goodie miner”—I dig out all of the chunks of yumminess and eat...
Should GMO labeling be a law?
The GMO labeling debate is hot! This spring, Vermont became the first state to pass a no-strings mandatory GMO...
How a High-Protein Breakfast Can Help You Lose Weight
Most Americans get 10 to 15 grams of protein at breakfast, but 30 grams may be the magic number to keep your appetite...
Do Healthy Chips Exist? Potato Chips vs. Tortilla Chips
Trying to choose chips that are healthy can be a real challenge at the grocery store. Whether it’s corn tortilla chips...
Which Peanut Butter Is Best? Reduced-Fat vs. Natural Peanut Butter
Picking healthy foods at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands to choose from. At lunchtime...
Cherry Recipes Make the Most of the Wonder Fruit's Benefits
Sweet cherries are here, and because most are grown along the lengthy West Coast the season lasts from mid-May in...
Is Cottage Cheese or Greek Yogurt a Healthier High-Protein Snack?
Picking healthy snacks at the grocery store can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands of foods, many touted as...
Popcorn vs. Pretzels: Which Is a Better Choice for a Low-Calorie Snack?
Popcorn and pretzels—these are two salty snacks people often reach for if they’re looking for lower-calorie...
Eye-Opening Benefits of Green Tea
Drinking green tea may reduce your risk of cancer, Alzheimer’s and stroke, but tea’s benefits don’t stop there: new...
How to Buy a Veggie Burger
This vegetarian mainstay of the grilling season is certainly convenient. But are frozen veggie burgers as healthy as...
Why Save the Bees Efforts Matter
Our country’s most efficient pollinator, the domesticated honeybee, is in decline. We talked with Dennis vanEngelsdorp...
Is Thin the Only Way to be Healthy?
Whether it is possible to be healthy and heavy has been an ongoing debate among health professionals. And for a while...
Seasoning Cast Iron: Expert Advice
A well-seasoned cast-iron skillet is virtually nonstick, so it’s worth taking the time to season (or re­season)...
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