With a bit of planning and smart shopping, you can dramatically reduce the cost of eating healthy.
This year, skip the word “diet” and instead, use these six tips to help your family develop healthy habits that will stick — for life.
WASHINGTON — You may have noticed some distinct gender-driven eating patterns at your Thanksgiving table. It is said that women eat like a bird when men are around. It has now been found that men are…
Thanksgiving is here, and it’s the only time of the year when it’s perfectly acceptable to stuff your face with as much food as possible. Just don’t get too full too soon. A competitive eater offers his best tips for winning Thanksgiving dinner.
The holiday season can be a challenge to your weight as
temptations abound at holiday parties and dinners, but there are ways to
cheat your way through the holidays without gaining a pound, says Dr. Mehmet
Men and women are different and their approach to food should be too.
Like Greek yogurt? You\’re on to something.
Snacks and smaller items sold at your favorite fast food restaurants don\’t necessarily mean they are lower in calories than purchasing a full meal. So how can you navigate the menus and still find healthier options?
The family that eats together thrives together. So a Chevy Chase author is challenging families to sit down to dinner.
A losing football team may be to blame for that spare tire around the waist.
For the sake of convenience or cost, many shoppers are bringing home prepared foods – but many of these options shouldn\’t be fooling anyone.
When wives fill their kitchen with chips and salsa, Hot Pockets and frozen pizza for their husband, it\’s no wonder they pack on the pounds two years after getting married.
Since we were children, we\’ve been reminded
the importance of eating fruits and vegetables.
if you\’ve been doing just that, give yourself a
on the back.