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Day 5: Eat More Whole Grains
Whole grains have beneficial nutrients that refined grains are missing, like magnesium (which helps the body produce...
Day 4: Eat More Vegetables
Most Americans fall short of reaching the average recommended daily amount of 2½ to 3 cups of vegetables—which means...
Day 3: Eat Less Meat
Clean eating doesn’t mean giving up meat entirely, but cutting back on meat helps you cut back on saturated fat, which...
Day 2: Eat Less Sodium
Americans typically eat 1.5 times the recommended sodium limit of 2,300 mg. According to new research, the average...
Day 1: Eat Less Processed Food
You can greatly improve your diet and clean it up in a snap by cutting back on processed and packaged foods, which can...
Eat this to live longer
Imagine if there was a food (or category of foods) that could single-handedly lengthen your life. Well, such a wonder...
Ask the Nutritionist: Krill Oil vs. Fish Oil?
Find out whether there are health benefits to taking krill oil instead of fish oil and whether you should take a krill...
Should You Stop Taking Your Omega-3 Supplement?
What if you turned on the news and heard that the world was flat? And, to support that bold claim, the news anchor...
The real truth about how food labels affect the food we choose and buy
Next time you open your pantry, take a closer look at the packaging of your food. You probably see a cacophony of...
Shop Smart: How to Pick the Best Healthy Crackers
Keeping a box or two of crackers on hand is helpful for whipping up a quick appetizer when guests (not always expected...
Which is better for digestion after a big meal: taking a walk or drinking a digestif?
No-brainer—walk it out! And that’s not just because strutting your stuff will burn some of the calories you ate....
Shop Smart: What is in a healthy peanut butter?
Find out how to pick a healthy peanut butter and why to be leary of "natural" peanut butter labels. More than just...
How much protein do I need to eat in my diet and how much protein is too much?
EatingWell's nutrition editor tells you how much protein you need, how much protein is too much and identifies some...
4 Healthy Summer Breakfasts to Beat the Heat
I eat breakfast every day regardless of the time of year—breakfast provides me with a much-needed morning energy boost...
Health benefits of juicing vs. smoothies
Juicing and smoothies are all the rage right now. While both can boost your fruit and vegetable intake (something most...
Is organic food healthier than conventional food?
Here’s why you can feel good about organic: USDA–certified organic means your food is produced without synthetic...
Gluten-free? Not so fast. Watch out for this list of surprising foods that contain gluten
If you have celiac-disease, gluten-sensitivity or for some other reason you’re not eating gluten—the...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 14: Create a Power Salad by Including These Four Ingredients to Feel Full Longer
Who says a salad has to just be a side? Turn your salad into a meal by including these 4 key ingredients of a power...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 13: Transform Your Veggies with This Go-To Vegetable-Cooking Technique
Roasting brings out sweet flavors, transforming even the most challenging-to-love vegetables, such as cauliflower and...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 12: Fill the Inside of Your Vegetables with Flavor
Vegetables take center stage with a whole new taste when you stuff them with your favorite fillings. After all, if you...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 11: Make a Practically Instant Veggie-Packed Dinner with This Ultra-Fast Cooking Technique
Stir-frying is one of the quickest and most versatile ways to make a fast dinner loaded with vegetables. This healthy...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 10: Use This Magical No-Cook Technique to Make Hearty Greens Irresistible
Who knew the solution to overcooking dark leafy greens to make them palatable was actually not cooking them at all? It...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 9: Start Your Meal with This Veggie-Packed Dish to Eat More Produce and Fewer Calories
Filling up on fiber- and water-rich foods at the beginning of a meal can help prevent you from eating too much high-...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 8: Skip the Chopping with This Underutilized Vegetable
Make vegetable prep easier by using frozen produce. It may even be healthier than fresh. Frozen vegetables are...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 7: Drink Your Vegetables
Some vegetables add delicious creaminess to a smoothie while others add healthy fiber and flavor. Try avocados, leafy...
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