Eating & Food

10 Ballpark Recipes That Aren't Terrible For You

Whether you’re a Dodgers devotee, a die-hard Yankees fanatic or a fair weather fan, there’s one thing we can all agree on: There’s nothing quite like sitting in the stands and gorging on hot dogs, nachos, garlic fries, pizza and, of course, Cracker Jack! Unfortunately, game-time cuisine isn’t...

Why Your Weight Affects How Much Food Your Kids Want to Eat

The Curry Spice That's Shaking up the Drug Industry

Your favorite Indian or Thai curry is feeding much more than your stomach—it’s also feeding your brain, heart, lungs and all your other vital organs. Scientists say turmeric, the primary spice in curry, which can be found online or at most grocery stores, has been shown to have positive effects...

This Is How You Do Frozen TV Dinners

Happy National TV Dinner Day! Prepackaged, frozen meals were given the name “TV dinners” back in the 1950s because families typically consumed them in front of the small screen. Plus, the serving containers were shaped in the form of old tube television sets. While frozen meals were traditionally...

10 ‘Out-of-the-Box’ (and Healthier) Pancake Recipes

Who wouldn't enjoy a stack of pancakes—especially if it satisifed your taste buds and boosted your health at the same time? Traditional boxed flapjack mixes are chock-full of corn syrup, flour, buttermilk and unpronounceable preservatives and offer very little nutritional value. But get this—it...

70% of Avocados' Antioxidants Is in the Seed

7 Healthy Pizza Delivery Options for Netflix Nights

Did you know the average American eats upwards of 6,000 slices of pizza in a lifetime (this according to a survey done by Cici’s Pizza)? It’s no surprise considering our relationship with the American staple typically starts around preschool age. Now there's a good reason to opt for a healthier...

Does Marathon Training Cause Weight Gain?

The Dirty Secrets of Your Favorite Fall Foods

Cheese Addiction Is For Real

New Study Shows Your Brain on Fructose

11 Ways to Revolutionize Your Soup (From Martha Stewart’s Former Right Hand)

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