Sometimes it's the little things that can help us wind down and de-stress. Find your window of tranquility with these helpful tips.
Can't stand saying no or leaving food on your plate? By curbing portions while eating out, you can enjoy them and still control calories.
Sweet, sour, and fiery hot, this Chinese dish beats takeout by a mile. Orange juice, crushed red pepper, and sesame oil add allure to this saucy Chinese entrée.
Feel like chicken tonight? What about tasty, healthy, speedy chicken? We can do that! Fresh or frozen, chicken breasts are infinitely adaptable, and their lean, low-fat profile is renown.
There's a global movement hoping to promote the health of people and the planet with one simple message: Don't eat meat on Mondays.
While you can't avoid sugar completely, there are some easy ways to make changes that will have a big effect. Make big strides to cut down on added sugar — and calories — with just a few small changes.
Chocolate. Make a cake so good it'll melt your heart - and may help you avoid coronary disease.
Shrimp Jambalaya is a wonderful, spicy one-dish meal. It's guaranteed to have your tastebuds a hoppin' and your family begging for more!
So you know you'd like to make relaxation a priority. Where do you start? Relaxation is easily self-taught — you don't need to study at a Zen monastery — but it requires commitment, discipline, and a willingness to allow yourself to take the time.
From cheese sauce to super-sized portions, restaurant meals can sabotage healthy eating. But don't let that keep you at home.