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You don’t have to sacrifice a healthy diet when you fire up the grill.
DIY chip dip and homemade snack mix will keep salt and artificial ingredients in check.
Hold off on giving your four-legged friend another bite of something sweet until you check the label—artificial sweeteners could lead to trouble.
You are what you eat—it's time to take quitting a poor diet as seriously as quitting smoking.
Have fun, healthy foods ready to eat—and know your child's schedule.
Think vegetables and fruits, whole grains, plant-based fats and healthy sources of protein.
The house and garden varieties tend to be fairly basic—lettuce, tomatoes, cucumbers, onions—and good bets if you're watching your weight or calorie intake.
Snack preferences drive buying decisions, but brands and allowance also play a part.