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This $70 slow cooker lets you cook 3 dishes at once and keep food warm at parties — here’s how it works
The Chefman Triple Slow Cooker and Buffet Server helps you cooked a balanced meal for yourself or your dinner guests. Here's our full review.
The former chair of Harvard’s nutrition department eats a high-fat, high-carb breakfast, and suggests you do the same
Walter Willett has been studying the best ways to eat healthy for 40 years. He starts every morning with a bowl of fat, carbs, and essential minerals.
How do I maintain my healthy eating and exercising routine when staying with family who don’t care about nutrition or fitness?
If you're with family who don't care about healthy eating or exercise, it can be hard to stay on track. It's possible though — just focus on you.
Keto dieters who fuel up on bacon and butter are ‘irresponsible’ stewards of the planet, a Harvard nutrition expert says
Dr. Walter Willett says relying too much on bacon, cream, and butter isn't just bad for your heart, it's bad for the planet, too.
A bacon-and-eggs keto diet may not be good for long-term health, but a Harvard nutrition expert says there’s an oily alternative
Harvard nutrition expert Walter Willett was one of the first to point out that fat won't make us fat. But the types of fat we eat regularly matter.
Magic Spoon is a new ‘childlike cereal for adults’ that’s high in protein and low in sugar — I tried all 4 flavors and now I...
Love cereal but want a healthier option? Magic Spoon cereal is keto-friendly, non-GMO, and free from gluten, grain, wheat, soy, and artificial sweeteners.
Foods including red meat, juice, and cereal can all be bad for our health in the wrong doses. Here are some of the most dangerous items.
Low-fat foods aren't better for you, it's alright to skip breakfast, and your pee need not be clear.
More evidence that no best diet exists: A study of 1,100 people shows how everyone responds differently to common foods
There's no silver bullet for eating right. A study in which people were hooked up to glucose monitors shows how every body is different.
There are health risks associated with drinking sweet beverages, downing alcohol, sipping coffee, and even slurping super-hot tea.