Bland is boring. Add zest, spice and fun to healthy dishes with these easy makeovers that will cost you hardly any calories at all.
‘Tis the season for colds and flu. But don’t let the sniffles stop you. Stock your pantry with these seven foods to boost your immune system and help kick your sickness to the curb.
How many calories are in that Coolatta, Mocha Latte or Frappucchino? Find out which fast food drinks are the biggest calorie bombs and how to make them healthier at home.
Suffering from low testosterone and don’t even know it? Adam Bornstein breaks down the science — and tips to fight it — in this guest post for DailyBurn.
The IIFYM diet brings healthy eating back to basics: carbs, protein and fat. Learn how to calculate your daily macro intake and find out “if it fits your macros.”
Doctors agree that the benefits of probiotic supplements are far-reaching, but the options available are dizzying — sometimes even fraudulent. Here are tips for finding the right probiotic for you.
It’s proven that some foods act together to provide more nutritional benefits than on their own. But which food pairings top the charts? Try these combinations to get the most bang for each bite.
From top chefs to healthy brands, we’re serving up the best Instagram accounts to follow for kitchen inspiration. It’s the 2014 Foodstagrammies!
Banishing unhealthy food cravings might be easier than you think with these science-backed mental tricks.
Curious what’s up with the oil pulling craze? Learn what it is, where it came from, and whether oil pulling is really all it’s cracked up to be.
You don’t have to restrict yourself to lose weight before swimsuit season. These simple, healthy changes can be the difference between too tight jeans and feeling comfortable in your skin.
While those tall glasses of water are key for hydration, these refreshing food and drink alternatives to H2O can also keep you hydrated all day long.
Making good food choices can help you meet your health goals, but it can also be the best medicine for certain ailments like the flu, stress and hangovers.
Intermittent fasting plans can require dieters to forego food for 14 hours or more. Here’s how to structure your workouts so you don’t exercise without adequate fuel.