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How to Buy the Healthiest Frozen Burritos
Frozen burritos are quick and convenient. Your whole meal, wrapped in a portable package—ready to heat and eat. Perfect...
5 Reasons to Love Dark Leafy Greens
Dark leafy greens—like kale, spinach and collards—are some of the most nutritious foods you can eat. They’re...
3 New Rules for Staying Hydrated
Now that the heat of summer has arrived, staying hydrated is even more important, especially if you’re exercising...
How to Pick Healthy Condiments
We lined up the usual suspects—mustard, ketchup, mayo and relish—and took a closer look at the nutrition stats of our...
Are Uncured Hot Dogs Healthier?
Listen up. I have a secret to share, one that I rarely admit. I really like hot dogs. So when I first discovered...
6 Things to Love About the (Proposed) 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines
Every five years, the USDA releases the Dietary Guidelines for Americans (aka what we all should be eating). In advance...
Should I be worried about arsenic in rice?
The concern started in 2012 when Consumer Reports published its first report on arsenic in rice. Since then, it’s been...
How to Buy the Healthiest Granola
Granola’s health halo can be well deserved; after all, it’s made with whole oats, nuts and dried fruit and most brands...
How to Buy the Healthiest Whole-Wheat Bread
When it comes to whole-wheat sandwich bread, there are a ton of choices at the supermarket. And not all are as healthy...
Other Names for Sugar
Sugar seems to be everywhere these days—in foods that taste sweet and even foods that don’t. It sweetens up everything...
The Surprising Health Benefits of Vinegar
Vinegar’s not a magic elixir—but it may be able to help your waistline, cholesterol and more! Who knew? This may be an...
The Real Benefits of Fermented Foods and Probiotics
Probiotics are good bacteria found in fermented foods, such as yogurt, sauerkraut, miso, kimchi, kombucha and kefir....
The Healthiest and Best-Tasting Frozen Pizza
When it comes to being ready for a last-minute dinner, a frozen pizza could be your best friend. But just because you’...
Does 'Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever' Really Work?
The thinking behind the old saying "feed a cold, starve a fever" goes like this: fasting causes a drop in body...
Healthier Picks for In-Flight Airplane Food
Staying healthy while you’re flying can be challenging (especially if you’re stuck in the air during mealtime)....
Is Kale Bad for My Thyroid Health?
Kale’s über-healthy reputation is in part thanks to the cancer-fighting compounds it boasts called glucosinolates. But...
The Secret to Diet Success? Your Spouse
Research shows your partner can either help you succeed or sabotage your efforts. Here are 3 tips to get—and give—...
Is Cereal or Toast with Peanut Butter Healthier for Breakfast?
Picking out healthy and filling breakfast foods at the grocery store can feel pretty overwhelming. There are thousands...
Is Low-Fat Chocolate Milk or 100% Fruit Juice a Healthier Drink?
Picking healthy foods at the grocery store, especially for kids, can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands of...
This or That: Granola Bars vs. Trail Mix
Picking healthy snack foods can feel pretty confusing. There are thousands of items to choose from at the grocery store...
Buy a Healthier Granola Bar
Granola bars are convenient when you’re on the go, but some varieties have such a hefty sugar load they may as well be...
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...
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