Bored with handfuls of nuts as a snack? Get all the nutrients nuts and seeds have to offer with these easy ways to incorporate them into your daily diet.
Quinoa is not only packed with nutrients, it’s easy-to-prepare. Make a curried quinoa salad for dinner (as a side dish or light main) and enjoy the leftovers for lunch.
Dehydration happens not just in the warmer months, but in winter, too. Make sure you’re drinking and eating the right beverages and foods in order to prevent it.
If you haven’t made good on your New Year’s resolution, don’t give up. Choose one (or more) of these updated resolutions and make 2013 your healthiest year yet.
Vinegar one powerful item to keep stocked in your kitchen — it adds big flavor without fat to recipes, and is thought to have medicinal properties as well.
Think you’re not a raw kale lover? Think again, and try this recipe, it’s converted many.
Beet-apple soup makes a wonderful starter or light meal anytime, but its ruby hue makes it perfect for a Valentine’s Day meal for your sweetheart.
You’ll be able to resist the snack machine if you stock your office with healthier snacks like popcorn, frozen grapes and nuts.
Are you eating because you’re hungry or because you’re stressed out? Learn the difference and get tips for avoiding holiday stress eating.
Healthy holiday gift ideas for everyone on your list.