Looking for fresh heart-healthy diet and exercise tips? We’re excited to share some of our favorites, which our family health magazine readers submitted.
There’s lots of delicious in-season produce at this time of the year. Pick out the right vegetables whether you belong to a CSA, go to a farmers’ market or stop at a grocery store.
Is sugar really so unhealthy? Are less-processed alternatives to white sugar, like agave and honey, healthier? Or tastier? We'll answer these questions in this new series.
It’s no surprise that chips and dip are among America's favorite snack and party foods. The good news is that you don't need to completely eliminate chips and dips from a healthy diet plan. Just choose these healthier options – and of course, eat in moderation.
Folic acid is important for pregnancy because it can help prevent congenital heart defects and prematurity. But here’s why everyone can benefit from this vitamin.
Peanut butter is a staple in about 94% of households in the U.S. Find out if your peanut butter is healthy and what to look for on the nutrition labels.
How do you make healthy stuffing for the holidays while still making it taste great? Use these 5 tips to cut the calories and keep it tasting great.
Can an apple a day keep the doctor away? Possibly! Learn about the health benefits of apples, how they can prevent disease in surprising ways.
Milk used to be simple, but now on top of cow's milk, there's soy, almond, coconut and even pea milk. Find out the milk alternatives that taste the best or leave a lot to be desired.
July 15 is National Ice Cream Day, and we'll be celebrating. But is it OK to eat ice cream all the time? What about low-fat ones that say you can eat the whole container?