Learn the basics about this essential nutrient from a registered dietitian.
Keep variety, creativity and nutrition top of mind when packing lunchboxes for little learners.
These handy tips can help you size up proper portions and introduce healthier ingredients in your diet.
Whole, 2% or 1%? Cow's milk or plant-based? Here's what you need to know when weighing the many options.
The risk of malnutrition grows as you get older. The right diet can strengthen your defenses.
On the mend after injury or surgery? The right foods—and sometimes a few supplements—can hasten your recovery.
Learn how to care for your muscles before, during and after a workout.
Those scrumptious Southern dishes don't have to be deep-fried and battered. A few tweaks can turn 'em healthy—and keep 'em tasty.
If your meals are healthy and balanced, you probably don't need protein shakes. But on the go, a shake can get you through.
Meats and poultry are fine—but don't overlook plants as a shelf-stable, affordable option to meet your protein needs.
With help from a registered dietitian, Steve Chappell dropped from 222 pounds to 175 pounds—and he plans on staying there.
A dietitian shares her top advice: Those 'miracle' ingredients are readily available in a well-balanced diet.