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Did you know calcium is the most abundant mineral in your body? It makes up about 2% of your weight and is necessary for strong bones. Find out if your daily calcium intake hits the recommended level.
Looking to cook up something delicious and heart-healthy that doesn't break your food budget? You may already have the solution – beans – in your pantry. Learn about these meal-time rock stars.
Stress can increase your blood pressure, but so can what you eat. This eating plan can reduce or control blood pressure while reducing risk of stroke and heart attacks.
Game day sports parties are associated with food, friends and fun. Get tips to score big at your next party with a winning lineup of nutritious and delicious food options for your guests.
Some fats are healthier for your heart than others. But how can you tell? Learn about each of the main types of fats, which to keep on hand and which ones you should try to avoid.
Smart snacking plays a role in your energy level, daily nutrients and weight management. Get expert tips to plan your snacks, evaluate hunger cues and make every nutrient-dense bite count.
From beverages to food and medication, you may consume caffeine to help you concentrate or be alert. Learn how much is too much when it comes to caffeine and the hidden sources you may not know about.
From reducing food waste to stretching your food budget, freezing foods at home is an easy, convenient way to preserve freshness and flavors. Check out these tips for best results.
Not only do the sunny colors and flavors of citrus fruits brighten meals, the vitamin C these foods contain is vital to your health. Learn more how easy it is to add to your diet.
Looking to improve or maintain your healthy lifestyle goals during the festive holiday season? These tips can help you savor a healthier holiday.
The average adult consumes more than 4,000 calories during a holiday meal. If you follow a low-cholesterol diet, you still can enjoy foods you love. Here’s how to wisely plan your food choices.
Eating and exercise are closely connected. Proper nutrition is essential for building strength and fueling activity. These five tips will get you started training for an athletic event.