How to Eat Healthy

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Flu-Fighting Foods You Already Have in Your Kitchen

Even before I became a parent myself, I'd experienced the power of food to comfort during illness. Readily prepared with a bucket of cleaning supplies and a handful of amazing home remedies, my mother welcomed flu season with the resolve of a seasoned caregiver. Aside from the basics (lots of fluid, a quick face steam and herbal tea), she always offered specific foods she swore would make me better—or, at the very least, make me feel better.

What Does a Healthy Serving of Carbs Look Like?

Oh, carbs. People love to love carbs and love to hate carbs. But carbohydrates aren't a demon food. In fact, they provide energy to our bodies and brains, and the right ones are packed with other nutrients like fiber, vitamins and minerals.

1-Day Reset Meal Plan: 1,500 Calories


Sometimes hitting the "reset button" is just what you need to refocus and get back on track. This preplanned 1-day meal plan will help you kick-start the shift back to your normal routine. With delicious, no-added-sugar vegetarian meals, you'll feel energized, refreshed and motivated to stick to your healthy habits.


Avocado & Kale Omelet

Why You Should Eat the Rainbow When It Comes to Fruits and Vegetables

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How to Eat Well by Color

Find out the health benefits of including colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet.

In the last couple of decades, scientists have discovered more reasons (beyond vitamins and fiber) to pack your diet with fruits and vegetables: phytochemicals. All plants contain these compounds, which protect them from a variety of dangers—from harmful UV rays to predatory pests.