A sample at the store, an extra dollop of whipped cream and a bite off your favorite cookie can add up quick! If your goal this season is to maintain and not gain weight, you might want to watch your "harmless" small bites. Follow our fun scenario to see how easy calories can add up.
Tis the season for family, fun and food! While casseroles, dressings and pecan pie are some of our holiday favorites, it's important to stick to your nutritional goals. Read more about how to enjoy the foods you love while making new traditions this Thanksgiving.
Everyone loves a little crunch in their bite. But are your favorite nuts packed with healthy or unhealthy fat? Learn more and get nuts about your favorite snacks and toppings, plus get some great recipes to use with nuts.
While a lot of Halloween focus is on trick-or-treating for candy, your family doesn't have to stick to the norm. Have you tried giving out mini bags of popcorn or donating your leftover candy? Learn more about helpful tips and tricks to ensure you have a successfully, nutritious Halloween.
Whether your kids bring their lunch to school or prefer the school cafeteria, it's important the entire family understands the healthy options available. Read more to find out easy ways your kids can have healthy lunches made at home or from the cafeteria line.
Reading a food label can be quite intimidating. They are required by the FDA, so it's important to know exactly what you're reading. Get to know the basics about food labels as well as what you should be looking for in vitamins, serving size, ingredients and more.
Omega-3s are essential for your heart, brain and overall health. Even though seafood is the best source of omega-3 fatty acids, you may also obtain them from other food groups. Learn how to increase your daily omega-3 intake with easy substitutions and ingredients.
The kids are home from school and the summer days are getting warmer; why not treat the entire family to a summer picnic! We'll show you simple ways to put together the perfect, healthy picnic that everyone will enjoy.
We all love iced tea, lemonade and cold juice during the hot, summer months. But your favorite cool drinks might be loaded with more calories than you think. Read more about simple ways to swap ingredients in refreshing beverages this season.
Sodium has been a hot topic in the news recently. Many Americans are consuming much more sodium than what is required, which can lead to hypertension and more. Do you consume more than 2,300 mg per day or do you know how much that really is? Read more about our recommendations for sodium intake.