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The military increasingly believes that producing quality recruits begins at the dinner table during basic training, so a more emphatic effort to change their diet has been started.
The unhealthy but popular practice of yo-yo dieting may cause serious consequence to the health, a study finds, which may make the people who eat this way more vulnerable to gaining the weight.
Recent poll shows Americans are buying less take-out coffe and are brown bagging their lunch more often to save money.
Thanksgiving is here in a couple of days. That means most of us are going to have a festive feast soon that for many impacts their waistline. Follow these tips to avoid packing on the pounds while still enjoying the feast.
Fortunately, you do not have to go through the drive-thru or reach for prepackaged, expensive convenience foods at the grocery store to have a quick and easy breakfast! When you prepare and package your own individually-portioned breakfast recipes at home, you can save money and make healthier choices.
A recent study reports that people who substitute whole grains for refined grains in their diet reduce body fat that is linked to cardiovascular disease and diabetes. There are many easy ways to replace refined grains with whole grains in your favorite recipes.
It may be time to view home recipe preparation in a new light. Increasing evidence is supporting the idea that by sacrificing the convenience of prepared foods you can lose weight, live a longer and healthier life.
The onset of cool fall weather signals that the time for harvesting spaghetti squash is here and that this delicious, low-fat vegetable is now available at local grocery stores and farmers markets across the US and Canada.
According to the United States Department of Agriculture, a century-long record of meat consumption reveals that within the past decade, chicken and beef are now available to consumers in almost equal quantity.