Healthy Eating 101

Healthy Eating 101

Learn to eat healthy with our expert tips and delicious inspiration to help you prepare healthy food for you and your family.

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Healthy Summer Recipes

For this fast salad recipe, we top summer's ripest tomatoes with a bold tomato-based dressing for good measure. Serve as a light lunch with whole-grain toast or pair with grilled steak and chicken for dinner.
This healthy recipe combines two bar food favorites—fried zucchini and curly fries—into one tempting package. Serve these baked zucchini fries with a simple dipping sauce made with ranch dressing and marinara sauce for a crowd-pleasing appetizer or a side dish for burgers, chicken or pizza. No matter what you serve them with, they're a fun way to eat more vegetables for kids and adults alike.
The combination of slightly smoky grilled eggplant and sweet tomatoes is delightful. The eggplant-tomato mixture served over whole-wheat pasta with fresh basil and a bit of salty cheese makes an easy, healthy weeknight dinner.
A fruit cobbler is an old-fashioned, crowd-pleasing dessert that showcases summer's sweetest produce. Use fresh peaches when they are in season. The rest of the year, you can use frozen peaches for a quick and easy homemade dessert.
Peppery arugula, grilled corn and a tangy lime vinaigrette give this healthy taco salad recipe a serious upgrade. This recipe is the perfect vehicle for using the crushed-up tortilla chips at the bottom of the bag.
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Eat to Beat Jet Lag

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If you've traveled across two or more time zones, you know the feeling: you get off the plane feeling tired, moody, a little fuzzy-headed and generally out-of-sorts—compounded by difficulty sleeping that night. Sound familiar? Say hello to jet lag!

Jet lag is a bummer, mostly because you're likely traveling across time zones either for work or for a vacation—and neither is bettered by jet lag. However, there are several things you can do to head off jet lag before it ruins your next trip.

5 Expert Tips for a More Organized Kitchen in Minutes

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We've all seen those social media posts of sparkling kitchens with color-coded cookbooks, fridges with fresh produce placed perfectly and pantries with alphabetized spices. Whether those images make you roll your eyes or go green with envy, it's likely we could all use a little kitchen refresh this time of year. Between herding the family into a new back-to-school routine and trying to get healthy meals on the table as fast as humanly possible, one can seriously benefit from a more organized kitchen.

4 Foods That Fight Aging Skin—and the Recipe That Contains Them All

There are some great things that come with old age—like retirement, grandkids, discounted tickets for shows and movies and more—but one not-so-great thing that happens? Your skin starts to age with time, and it's not as dewy, taut or fresh-looking as it used to be. And that means you might notice more fine lines and wrinkles, too.