Eating more of anything seems like the wrong way to fight fat. But these five nutritious foods really do fight fat — and they're a lot tastier than a visit to the gym.
Don't let your late to bed late to rise sleeping habits slow you down. Nibble (or sip) these sleep inducing foods to fall asleep faster — and stay that way until morning.
Potatoes have gotten a rep as starchy and fattening. But recent studies suggest potatoes may contribute to weight loss, and they're as inexpensive and full of nutrition as ever.
Sure, an apple a day "keeps the doctor away." But there many other easy, fun, and money-saving things that you can do to prevent unnecessary visits.
Whole grain? Whole wheat? Enriched? While they might all sound nutritious, they're far from equal. Learn how to get the most from your grains.
Eating healthy and cheap aren't mutually exclusive. Discover how to follow the USDA's new healthy eating guidelines while also saving cash at the grocery store.
Coffee wakes you up. But did you know it can also increase your happiness, save you money, and more? Discover why drinking coffee is such a good thing.
Herbal supplements can be great health boosters, but figuring out which ones are best can be difficult. Here are some tips on how to find out.
Everyone knows that milk is an excellent source of calcium, but not everyone drinks it. Here are other great ways to get calcium without the milk mustache.
Nuts are healthy, make easy snacks, and pack a lot of protein. But not all nuts are created equal. Discover the best nuts in terms of cost and health benefits.
Eating one of these healthy, tasty snacks before a workout can give you just what you need to make the most of every rep.
You can rev up your diet by understanding and using the power of superfoods. Explore which foods fall within the superfood category and why.
Fueling your kids with fat, sodium, and sweet stuff is no way to help them cruise through the day. The good news is that, despite the sluggish economy, you can provide low-fat and
The message of this book is simple: "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants." Michael Pollan gives it away right at the start, so I don't feel too bad doing the sam
I like to keep up with all the latest news and info. I'm a big fan of Digg, BBC news, NPR, CNN, all the usual suspects. I thought I was fairly well-versed on the places to get
Want to eat a cheap, healthy diet? Want some recipes that use real food instead of packaged food products? Want to argue about how much it costs to feed a family a healthy diet?
Omega-3-fortified foods are pricey -- but there are other, cheaper ways to get those very important fatty acids.
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