Put your best foot forward with one of the easiest and most tried-and-true forms of exercise: walking!
Taking time to stock your kitchen full of nutritious foods—and to organize cabinets and drawers full of all the right tools—makes it easier to feed your potential and lay the foundation for optimal health.
Our dietitians share tips to help you think about your resolutions in a whole new way.
With smart ingredient swaps, it’s possible to slash saturated fat, sugar, and calories in many baked goods without sacrificing flavor or texture.
Our chefs share winter-friendly cooking techniques that let you pile on flavor without piling on unnecessary calories.
Tried-and-true tips to get you through the holidays as healthy as you started them.
Orange seasonal vegetables like sweet potatoes, butternut squash, and pumpkin offer a unique set of nutrients.
With a little creativity in the kitchen, foods like French fries, ice cream and chicken wings can become less “indulgent” and actually offer some nutritious benefits.
Top healthy eating tips from our dietitians in higher education so that you can eat well on your meal plan.
It’s easy to preserve the summer bounty and its many nutrients, which our bodies need to fuel our busy days.