Lisa Valente

People are really looking forward to saying goodbye to 2020. Here’s what we think will be big next year when it comes to wellness.
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With 5 ingredients and less sugar than most margaritas, this tart marg is a delicious thirst quencher.
I'm not talking about a square of dark chocolate or piece of fruit either. Here's why I think you can eat dessert too.
After a health scare, Katie made small, sustainable changes and gained confidence. Here's how she did it.
The delicious sauce boosts the flavor of everything from falafel to tacos, for just 25 calories and 0 grams of added sugar per serving.
We tried store-bought frozen avocado to see if it was any good. Here's a breakdown of what we liked and didn't like, plus find out if it saves you money.
It's not naturally dyed either—the chocolate itself is pink!
Find out why these extreme diets may not be all they're cracked up to be and what to try instead.
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Some things on our list of healthy food trends look familiar—cauliflower, our old friend that finds new life every day, for example. But our list of what you'll see more in the grocery store and on tabletops predicts a delicious and healthy 2019.
What are natural flavors exactly and are they safe to consume? Here we break it down for you.
Having a snack attack? Put it to work for you with powerful fat-fighting nutrients. Research shows nibbling on the right foods can curb cravings, tame hunger, satisfy a sweet tooth and more. The next time you get the munchies, here's what to do.