A plate is an easy, visual cue to show what foods you should eat and in what proportions. Many organizations, including the U.S. government, have
Ever gain five pounds and really have no idea what could have caused it? You’ve been eating as you normally do and taking your regular walks.
Meat is a staple food in many diets. It’s tasty, satisfying and is an excellent source of high-quality protein and other important
Cauliflower is a great substitute for white noodles and white rice, because of its color, versatile texture, and because cauliflower is a member of
You’ve probably heard about the trick of rolling sliced lunch meats and cheese inside a lettuce leaf, and these little roll-ups do make for
Do you love Goobers and Raisinets? Strawberries dipped in chocolate? Chocolate-covered macadamia nuts? With all the latest news on the health
Some things just aren’t the same without a crunchy crust around them, but a coating made with flour or bread crumbs can turn a healthy dish
If you’re vigilant about your sugar intake, one old-fashioned treat that you would never even consider is a root beer float. Sugary soda with a
Using sweet potatoes or the crunchy vegetable called jicama (pronounced hik’-a-ma), you can enjoy crisp, salty fries now and then without the
Many people are still confused about whether or not white rice is good for you. For one, we are often told that the Asian way of eating is a healthy
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