There’s no denying that peanut butter is popular. In fact, an estimated 290 million Americans reported eating peanut butter last year. But the familiar comfort food has gone gourmet. Move Read More
White flour, cheese, pepperoni. No one confuses pizza with health food.
But if you keep a box in your freezer for an occasional no-fuss meal, here’s good news: A handful of Read More
Chex, Raisin Bran, Special K, Quaker, Kashi, and Honey Bunches of Oats. They’re all getting into the granola business. Only trouble: granolas are calorie-dense and some don’t deserve their health Read More
Are you ready for April Fools’ Day? Start by making sure you don’t get fooled by any of these foods—or plenty of other products that play the same game.
Honest Tea Read More
Feel like eating—but not necessarily prepping—a stir-fry tonight? You don’t have to order takeout or settle for pasta, pizza, or some other veggie-poor dish. Here are two easy veggie kits Read More
Buying bread is often more complicated than it should be. What are shoppers to make of claims like “made with whole grain,” “whole grain white,” “multigrain,” “12 grain,” and “extra Read More
No doubt about it. Cow’s milk gives you a nice dose of protein and calcium for not too many calories and, if you go for 1% or fat-free, little or Read More
Salads get an upgrade
“Order a salad.” That’s the standard “what to get at a restaurant” advice if you’re trying to eat healthier. But some restaurant salads turn out to be ho-hum Read More
Mac and cheese, chili, eggs, hash browns, omelets, buffalo wings—probably not what you’re thinking of when you hear “burger toppings.” What happened to the good old days when a burger Read More
“Lighter” menus get an upgrade
Many chains offer just five or six “lighter” entrées. But a handful have more. Here’s a few worth trying to keep calories in check without sacrificing Read More
Finally. Beans, peas, and other legumes are trending. Maybe it’s because people are looking for more plant protein. Maybe it’s because pre-cooked or canned beans are ready in a matter Read More
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