What's new in the 2010 dietary guidelines
It's America's favorite flavor, but all the options (from dark to white) and news in the headlines still cause some confusion. Here's what you need to know about chocolate-from bean to bar.
Eggs used to be maligned for their cholesterol content. But lately, they’re enjoying a comeback, thanks to new information about foods’ effect on cholesterol levels.
Trimming meat from your diet? Here are 8 tips to still get enough protein.
Whether you're just not a dairy fan or you deal with lactose intolerance, here's what you need to know to make sure you're getting the nutrients you need.
Not too long ago, "carb" became a four-letter word. But now, gourmet-bread chains are popping up everywhere, and grocery bread aisles bulge with new choices. So what's the story? Can you have your bread and eat it too?
It seems that the milk bottle beats the pill bottle.
Low or light? Lean or extra lean? Here's a quick guide to help you make sense of all those terms on food packaging.
It's smart to eat plenty of fruits and vegetables. But sometimes we may get bored with the usual choices. When boredom hits, check out some new options and keep up with the times.
A recent study found that a low-fat diet didn't significantly lower the risk for some cancers or heart disease in older women. What do the findings mean―should we forget about fat as a factor?