Healthy Choices

  1. A Guide to Healthier Eating

    You should cut back on foods that have only limited nutritional value, that are overprocessed or that contain too much fat, salt, sugar and refined white flour.

  2. Give Eating Right a Green Light

    Trust that when kids are hungry enough, they'll eat the healthy options you serve.

  3. Good Sources of Antioxidants

    The most important antioxidants are vitamin C, vitamin E, and carotenoids, including beta carotene.

  4. How to Cut the Fat and Keep the Flavor

    By adopting a dozen or so of these eating habits, most people can continue to enjoy the foods they like and still lose pounds. Don't forget to include daily exercise in the plan.

  5. How to Junk a Junk-Food Diet

    Whether you’re trying to maintain a healthy weight or improve your health, junk food can sabotage a worthy effort.

  6. Salad Days: It’s Easy Eating Green

    At home or when dining out, here are suggestions on how to add the goodness of greens to your diet.

  7. Snacking Can Help You Maintain a Healthy Weight

    Many nutrition experts say that having a healthy snack midmorning or midafternoon can help you maintain your energy and prevent you from eating too much at lunch or dinner.

  8. The Healing Power of Tomatoes
  9. The Seven Best Foods We Never Eat

    Stuck in a food rut? You don't have to go far to find some overlooked food choices that are easy to prepare, pack a nutritional wallop and avoid unhealthy fats.

  10. Your Guide to Condiments

    Condiments can be the perfect topping to your favorite sandwich, salad, or taco. But you can undermine a nutritious diet by adding too many dollops of ketchup, mustard, or other favorite seasoning.

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