New WHO guidelines recommend you slash the sweet stuff in half. Here’s how to do it—painlessly.
Calories could be bigger and bolder, the amount of added sugars will be listed, and servings sizes will be more realistic
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Baked potatoes, greek yogurt, and popcorn can help you load up on fiber and protein
Chocolate milk and leafy greens are fueling the players in their quest for gold
Following Bloomberg’s failed ban on big sodas, will a host of initiatives popping up in other cities pass muster?
Banish the occasional headache or upset tummy with remedies straight from your kitchen
Don’t slice your strawberries or eat your tomatoes raw
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It’s been 10 years in the making, but the agency sent guidelines for re-doing the nutrition label to the White House for review
A new government report reveals that more Americans are eating at home, and their diets are improving.
Chicken and ham in prepackaged salads and wraps could be contaminated