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By Michael Gerrish
Find out if overlooked food allergies or intolerances might be interfering with your weight-loss and fitness goals.
Black Bean Pasta With Pesto and Roasted Cauliflower
By Heidi Kotansky
Americans are downing protein more than ever. But how much protein do you really need? Maybe not as much as you think.
A bunch of Swiss chard on a table
By Andrew Zimmern
Plentiful in springtime, dark greens are a fine way to coax your diet from its winter doldrums.
Chicken-Nuggets
By David Schimke
Salads! Yogurt! Grilled chicken! It sounds so alluring. But wherever there's a massive marketing plan, there's also often a catch. So is it safe to go back to the drive-thru?
a table filled with delicious foods and people gathered around
By Andrew Zimmern
The Slow Food movement is showing our eat-on-the-run society why it should take the time to select and create fresh, high-quality meals.
potato chips
By Alison Levitt
Acrylamide, a cancer-causing agent, has shown up in a variety of fried foods, but also in healthier baked and roasted items, including home-cooked meals. Should we be alarmed? Here's a look at what we know about acrylamide, its risks and whether we need to take action.
olive oil pouring from jar
By David Schimke
Expert fats researcher Dr. Mary Enig offers surprising insider views on good fats, bad fats and the food police.
By Pilar Gerasimo
For this year's Resolutions Workshop, we gathered up four of our favorite personal-development experts and asked them to weigh in with how — and how not — to go about crafting New Year's resolutions. They wound up recasting the whole resolutions process and sketching out a more successful, sustainable course for personal change.
a person seasons filleted salmon
By Andrew Zimmern
Which is better – wild caught or farm raised? Explore the pros and cons of America's favorite fish.
By Tess Walter
Can the way you think influence your life chances? Is it possible to think yourself away from failure and toward success? The field of Positive Psychology says —YES!
a woman cuts an onion while reading a recipe on her ipad
By Andrew Zimmern
Don't buy into all that I can't cook nonsense! You just need a few simple skills and a little kitchen savvy.     
Black Bean Pasta With Pesto and Roasted Cauliflower
By Gary Legwold
Carbs have gotten a rotten rap lately, partly because they're frequently lumped into one big-bad category. But not all carbs are nasty! Find out which are worth befriending, and which are better to let go.
By Pilar Gerasimo
Okay, 2003 is almost over. You may be running behind on your resolutions, but you're not defeated yet! Here's your guide to a slew of meaningful goals you can still accomplish (and celebrate) this year.
By Kathleen Zogelman
How to play the right role in your child's eating choices.
girl with lunch plate and tray
By Elizabeth Larsen
You thought school lunch was bad when you were a kid? You should see it now.
By Fernando Pages Ruiz
Why are you exercising? For health and longevity? For weight loss? For fitness performance? Here's how to gear your fitness routine to your personal goals.
By Pilar Gerasimo
Wake up and smell the statistics. America's eating has gone bonkers, and it's up to us to stop the madness.
By Tess Walter
Remember those resolutions you made six months ago? Maybe you'd rather not. But why forgive and forget when you can fix and forge ahead? We'll show you how.
By Gary Legwold
People keep harping about how hideous sugar is for your health. Can it really be as bad as they say?
measuring cups filled with ingredients
By Andrew Zimmern
Recipe retrofitting is one way to cut back on unwanted sugars and fats. But it's not always your best strategy for healthier eating.
tomatoes
By Elizabeth Larsen
Every body is unique, and yet most eating plans promise results for everyone. Sure, you want to eat right, but what's right for you?
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