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Holiday Cheer

Gluten-free beverages and organic spirits, wines, mixers and cocktails that avoid sugary syrups help keep our “fa-la-la” spirit going stronger and longer. They taste and look delish, too!

Global Flavors

Celebrating Vegetarian Awareness Month, we take a tasty look at the continuing evolution of vegetarian eating habits and offer recipes from leading cookbooks.

Banishing Wheat Belly

Learn why preventive cardiologist Dr. William Davis, author of Wheat Belly: Lose the Wheat, Lose the Weight and Find Your Path Back to Health, believes wheat is behind so many current health problems.

Healthy Eating, Family-Style

Today’s hectic schedules make it easy to rely upon drive-through dining, and our expanding waistlines—a national epidemic among children as well as adults—demonstrate the dangers of too much fast food. Try this smorgasbord of simple strategies, compiled by our experts, to boost nutrition, taste and pleasurable family time.

Outdoor Entertaining

Easy, simple and utterly delish—make the most of backyard cookouts and picnic takeouts with these savory summer recipes.

On the Road Without Weight Gain

Follow these tips from seasoned registered dietitians to feel fit, trim and happy while out and about for business or pleasure.

Liquid Taste Treats

These easy-to-make options, comprised of nutrient-dense fruits and veggies, boost immune system function, strength, stamina and weight loss.

Waste Not, Want Not

Approximately 40 percent of all edible food products in the United States is wasted each year. These tips can help reduce your “food print.”

Eating Well on a Budget

Can a dinner be nutritious and delicious, yet cost less than five dollars? You bet—use these “value meal” ideas to plan your own healthy menus.

Changing the Way America Eats

Farmers’ markets and other resources and initiatives for locally sourced, organically grown food are sprouting up everywhere in the nation, as communities embrace the health and budget benefits of “going local.”