This year’s autumn harvest is a veritable medicine chest. Discover which tasty fall foods are also super-nutritious.
Learn more about food, cooking, nutrition and healthy eating, plus browse and search through recipes the whole family will enjoy. Healthy snacks and easy recipes will make following a healthy diet simple.
Fall is the perfect time of the year to spend a little more time in the kitchen and family dinner table. From apples to pumpkins, soups to casseroles, these recipes are sure to satisfy your family this season.
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The holidays are the hardest time of year to eat healthily. Luckily, a Thanksgiving turkey means you’ll be eating lean white meat, which is a great start toward better eating. These six tips will help you enjoy your meal without increasing your cholesterol—or your waistline.
“Type 2 diabetes is an epidemic,” says Dr. Hertzel Gerstein, professor of medicine at McMaster University in Hamilton, Ont. “There is a lot of research being done to find better ways of treating diabetes and identifying ways to prevent it.” Here are a few healthy eating habits to prevent, treat and control diabetes.