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Most people know that Valentine's Day candy and chocolates contain extra sugar. But did you know it also is hiding in other foods you may not expect? Here's the not-so-sweet truth about added sugar in our diets and tips on how to cut back.
Brrr. Cold winter weather is upon us. Curl up with something warm and healthy this winter: cream of wild rice soup.
A healthy diet is essential for everyone, but it's vital for people who have chronic kidney disease. Learn about the five things you need to watch for in your diet.
Pumpkin isn't just for pies and lattes. Try this healthy, delicious pumpkin soup recipe for a warm dose of fall flavor.
Most Americans eat a diet rich in heavily processed foods packed with fat, sugar, sodium, chemicals, preservatives, food dyes and other additives. Learn how and why clean eating can be a healthy way of living.
It’s summer and the warmer weather tends to influence our dining habits. Whether you are dining out or grilling at home, here are some healthy reminders.
For many of us living busy lives, eating often becomes routine. We get stuck making the same recipes and buying the same foods week after week. Try something new to make mealtime more exciting.
Nearly all of your body’s major systems depend on water to function and survive. You’d be surprised about what staying hydrated can do for your body.
A nibble here and a bite there can quickly add up to a 1,000 or more extra daily calories. Read how easily it can happen.
When you think about managing your weight, eating healthy foods and physical activity come to mind. But have you thought about your eating environments? Tackle them with some addition, subtraction and saying no.
Trying new fruits and vegetables from a local farmers market is one of summer's joys and a good way to eat healthy foods. Try this asparagus recipe to get you started.
Hear about a diet plan that seems too good to be true? It probably is. Learn the signs of a fad diet and three key elements in all healthy plans.