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Diabetes 101: Essential Facts
To get an understanding of diabetes, it’s helpful to know what happens when you eat, say, an apple. Through digestion,...
5 Simple Ways to Eat More Fiber
Eating enough fiber is important for helping to prevent chronic diseases like diabetes, heart disease and certain types...
8 Tips to Plan Healthy Meals in Advance
Even if it sounds tedious, it pays to sit down once a week to make a menu for the coming days. Not only will you avoid...
Planning and Shopping for a Week's Worth of Healthy Lunches
Teaching kids to eat healthfully starts with smart shopping. Fortunately, supermarkets are recognizing Americans’...
Meal Makeover: Snack Attack
Packaged snack foods tempt us everywhere! It’s all too easy to pop a bag of chips or those cute mini cookies into...
Whole-Grain Benefits of Popcorn
Popcorn eaters get 250% more whole grains in their diet than people who don’t eat popcorn, suggests data from the...
8 Trade-Proof Goodies for Lunchboxes
EatingWell's nutrition staff knows how important healthy snacks and lunches are for a kid's overall energy and health...
Super-Easy Snacks for Kids
Cheesy Popcorn Toss hot popcorn with grated Parmesan, 1 tablespoon extra-virgin olive oil and a pinch of cayenne pepper...
12 Tips to Think Like a Chef
You don't have to be a short-order cook to create meals in a hurry, but we can all learn some culinary wisdom from...
Shop Smart
With list in hand you’re ready to follow these eight secrets for finding the best ingredients for any meal. Choose...
Healthy Holiday Eating for Diabetes
“How can I eat healthy during the holidays?” It’s one of the most common questions asked by people with diabetes—...
Getting Started, Getting Organized
Follow these 5 simple steps to make your kitchen the hub of healthy in a hurry. Take a few moments over the weekend...
Basics of Cooking Techniques
With a Knife Mince. This is the finest chop of all, less than 1⁄8 inch, achieved by first cutting, then rocking the...
5 Nutrition Myths Busted
1. Myth: Turkey makes you sleepy. Turkey alone will not make you sleepy. It’s true that L-tryptophan, an essential...
EatingWell Taste Test: Barbecue Sauce
It’s probably a safe bet to say that most homes have a bottle or three of barbecue sauce in the refrigerator. What...
EatingWell Taste Test: The Great Whole-Wheat Pasta Challenge
There’s no question that whole-wheat pasta is the better choice as part of a healthy diet: a good source of dietary...
EatingWell Taste Test: Veggie Burgers
For many, the thought of a “veggie” burger conjures up images of Birkenstock-shod communards having a “barbecue” to...
EatingWell Taste Test: Natural Peanut Butters
EatingWell's peanut butter prerequisites: Natural, with Taste in Mind The most natural of natural peanut butters...
EatingWell Taste Test: Chicken Sausage
Precooked chicken sausage is truly convenient. Keep a package or two on hand to accompany Sunday morning pancake...
The Best Coffees
For lovers of great coffee, it may be the best of times—with an unprecedented availability of good and even great...
10 Steps to Heart Health
In the United States, heart disease affects about 9 million adults, killing one every 37 seconds. But the good news—...
10 Commandments of Food Safety
Every year 76 million Americans get sick from food, according to the Centers for Disease Control. Nothing you can do...
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