If you're trying to lighten up on calories and fat, add more fiber, eat less sugar, lower your sugar intake or simply eat a more healthy, balanced diet, you're in luck. Our healthy recipes deliver.
Chinese Food: A Healthy Make-Over
Three popular Chinese dishes get a little “enLIGHTenment” with a few healthy twists.
You don’t have to go to Mars to get frozen yogurt—you don’t even have to get in your car. Just crank up your ice cream freezer and let fly.
High in fiber and protein and low in fat, bulgur has been a superfood since the days of the Ottoman Empire.
Organic Foods Defined
“Organic” has been a foodie buzzword for more than a decade now, but do you really know what it means?
Oatmeal: A Superfood We Love
A breakfast staple for literally centuries, enduring oatmeal is a nutritional powerhouse that promotes weight loss and lowers cholesterol.
Vegetable Recipes: Eat More Color
Want to get healthier without counting points, fretting over calories or swearing off bread forevermore? Eat more color.
Eggs Three Meals a Day
One of the most healthy sources of protein on the planet, the incredible, edible egg is delicious morning, noon and night.
Orange liqueur coaxes the natural juices from fresh fruit while macerating dried fruit to sweet perfection for a healthy, light dessert.
10 Calorie Cutting Dinners
Shaving off calories and trimming the fat doesn’t have to mean skimping on flavor. Here are our some of favorite healthy dishes—all for 350 calories (or less).
Salmon Recipes: Grilled and Spicy
Get a healthy dose of omega-3s (plus a dash of delicious) with these yummy salmon recipes.
Olive Oil Linked to Reduced Risk of Strokes
A new study pinpoints olive oil as a stroke risk reducer—here’s the straight pour plus a healthy drizzle of delicious summer recipes.
The acai berry is touted as a quick-fix for everything from weight loss to memory loss prevention…do the claims pan out?
USDA Food Plate: The New “Pyramid”
Just when we’d gotten the hang of the Food Pyramid, the USDA and First Lady Michelle Obama pull a switcheroo and replace the pyramid with a plate. Here’s what you need to know about the plate and the new healthy eating guidelines.