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These affordable snacks are rich in fiber, healthy fats, and protein, and none of them are processed.
These breakfasts can all be prepped ahead of time and stored in the fridge, making them perfect for busy mornings.
I tried Banza’s Chickpea Rice and found it to be an easy, healthy substitute for the rice you already know
Banza's chickpea rice has three-times the protein, two-times the fiber, and nearly 30% fewer net carbs than brown rice. It's also delicious.
A blogger shared the genius fridge hack she uses to get her kids to eat healthy snacks, and it’s going viral
With toddlers, snack time can be a battle. But one mom came up with a genius fridge hack to help avoid arguments and foster her kids' independence.
I struggle to eat healthy food and fit in exercise when I’m busy and stressed. How can I stay on track?
Your healthy lifestyle doesn't need to go out the window when you're stressed — a little bit of planning ahead is all you need.
A 29 year study of over 12,000 people is the latest evidence that eating too many animals can hurt your heart, and could even kill you
People who eat more plants and less animal products tend to live longer and have fewer heart issues than meat-eaters.
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.