In this veggie chip comparison, we stacked up every veggie chip on the market against EatingWell's rigorous nutrition parameters—only the chips that scored high marks for nutrition made it t
Sugar isn't the only thing to limit if you have diabetes. Too much fat, sodium, carbohydrates and calories can increase your risk of high cholesterol, high blood pressure, heart disease, uncontrolled blood sugar and weight gain. Here's a list of the worst offenders, and what to choose instead.
If you see some of your favorite foods on this list, don't despair: You don't have to avoid them all together. Just consume them less often. We've also picked healthier options for you to choose from that still taste great without causing your blood sugar to spike as rapidly.
When you need a little pick-me up, skip the sugar-laden energy drink that can lead you to crash and burn. Instead opt for natural energy-boosting foods and strategies.
Don't toss those food scraps—compost them!
Illustration by Trina Dalziel
It happened when I was a teenager: one day, quite suddenly, I could no longer stand the idea of eating meat.
Is there anything better than fresh, in-season veggies straight from your local farm? Actually, yes.
Make the start of every day a bit healthier by incorporating superfoods into your breakfast. Superfoods don't have to be complicated, fussy or even expensive. Pantry staples, like oats, are rich in fiber, which helps you stay full, maintain a healthy weight and reduce your risk of heart disease. Here, a week's worth of nutritious breakfast recipes that maximize nutrition without sacrificing time or budget.