Suss out those sneaky salt sources by improving your label literacy and falling in love with home-cooked meals.
Creative twists on pumpkins and produce will add a touch of pizzaz—and plenty of nutrition—to seasonal snacks.
A weekly plan, in-season produce and bulk buying can set you up for healthy, money-saving meals.
Little by little, you can get your sodium intake under control.
Too much sodium reduces thirst, which causes overeating, weight gain and a variety of ailments.
The latest food craze looks, tastes and feels like real meat—but at day's end, it's still a processed food.
DIY chip dip and homemade snack mix will keep salt and artificial ingredients in check.
Highly processed food is an unfortunate hallmark of American diets. It leads to a glut of sodium, which can trigger bloating and gas.
Cutting these two items from your diet could be your first step in warding off heart disease, stroke and diabetes.
Reading the food label, cooking at home and following a few other careful steps can put your sodium intake in its proper place.
Want healthier chips that are light on salt, loaded with taste? A food dehydrator is your answer.
A single meal at most restaurants far exceeds the recommended daily allotment of sodium.