If you’ve ever wondered how bad packaged foods really are, you’ll dig this new food calculator that breaks each one down on a 1 to 10 scale.
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What does 100 calories of Halloween candy look like? Dig into this healthier portion guide infographic for the sticky truth on candy corn, Hershey’s kisses and fun size candy bars.
To eat or not to eat breakfast? The debate rages on. Get the latest research to help you decide for yourself if you’ll be having that a.m. meal.
Food cravings for not-so-healthy treats can be the downfall of your diet and nutrition. Learn how to stop mindless munching with these expert tips.
It turns out some microwave meals might be healthier than you think. Find out how to select better-for-you options from the frozen foods aisle.
After her husband was denied life insurance due to his weight, Kacey Lauchnor knew she’d be next. So over the course of 10 months, she made an 80-pound change.
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From calipers to hydrostatic weighing, find out how to measure body fat percentage and the pros and cons of each method.
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Nuts about nuts? Before going overboard, check out this infographic, which shows the ideal 200-calorie serving size for peanuts, cashews, almonds and more.