Rotisserie chicken


Rotisserie chicken: Store-bought rotisserie chicken is convenient and practical—but much higher in sodium than a home-roasted bird (4 ounces home-roasted chicken: less than 100 mg sodium; 4 ounces rotisserie chicken: 350-450 mg sodium). Even the unseasoned varieties have been marinated or seasoned with salty flavorings. People with hypertension should think twice before choosing store-bought.

The Simple Whole-Food Rules You Should Memorize

Seamus Mullen, a renowned chef, turned his life and health around by changing his diet. In his cookbook Real Food Heals, Seamus shares delicious recipes to help people feel better every day by nourishing their bodies. His tenets of real food can help you reclaim your health and feel good about what you're eating.

17 Funny Tweets That Prove Everyone Struggles with Healthy Eating

Having a bad healthy eating day? It happens to the best of us!


Oh, healthy eating. Sometimes you're really in the zone: meal prepping like it's your job, feeling all Jamie Oliver in the kitchen, extremely satisfied with every bite. And then sometimes you're doing all that, but also have the movie Mystic Pizza playing on a loop. Because there's pizza in it. And you want pizza. And then you order pizza. [Sigh.]

What Is Jackfruit and Should You Eat It?

If you've been to a grocery store lately, there's a good chance that you encountered a large, green and spiky fruit sitting next to other tropical produce. It's called a jackfruit and it's something you'll be seeing lots more of. The bulbous fruit can be used for both savory and sweet dishes depending on its ripeness. Because of its size, however, it can be an incredibly intimidating food. Not only can it weigh up to 50 pounds, but it has a thick, green rind surrounding the fleshy inside (luckily, it's also available prepped—in a can or in the refrigerated section).