Many people do find that keeping a food log helps them lose weight, but if you’re not interested in doing that right now, here are some tips:
There are plenty of sources of trustworthy nutrition information online — too many to try to list here.
Many people are blissfully unaware of how many calories they consume, particularly when they eat out.
May is Lyme Disease Awareness Month. As ticks begin to emerge with warmer weather, learn how to protect yourself, family and pets.
Benefits include reduced risk of stroke, among others.
First Lady Michelle Obama, Epicurious host second recipe challenge to promote healthy
If you hear that a food you’ve recently purchased is being recalled, first, find out why the product is being recalled.
There are plenty of ideas to increase nutrients and reduce fat and calories in the foods you prepare at home.
Understanding food labels can help you spend your money, or save it, where it matters most to you.
The old adage, “an apple a day keeps the doctor away,” is on the chopping block. Instead of one apple a day, experts are now recommending two.