Even if baking cookies isn't a big part of your holiday tradition, you'll love this recipe. After just 15 minutes of prep and 30 minutes in the fridge, you'll be enjoying a sweet and crunchy treat that's loaded with heart-healthy dried cranberries and almonds.
You gobbled down the turkey, mashed potatoes, and stuffing, then layered on a slice of Grandma's pumpkin pie. It's all good--until it isn't. If you're suffering from the aftereffects of an overstuffed Thanksgiving (eating too much is one of the most common triggers of heartburn), we can help. Try these simple tips and tricks to ease bloating, acid reflux, and indigestion and feel better fast!
Looking for healthy Thanksgiving recipes? You'll love this easy recipe for garlicky roasted potatoes. It combines simple ingredients like fresh herbs, lemon zest, garlic, olive oil, and your favorite variety of spud, to create a dish that's low in saturated fat and only 195 calories per serving.
Need a warm, delicious dish perfect for cool fall nights? Try our vegetarian lasagna recipe, which is a healthier take on what is arguably the world's best pasta dish.
Need an easy weeknight dinner that's healthy too? This recipe does the trick. It uses angel hair pasta, which, thanks to the superfine noodles, cooks in less than 5 minutes. (Make it with whole wheat pasta to boost the fiber content of this dish.)
Here are 10 great reasons to drink a cup of joe this Sunday, which happens to be National Coffee Day. Some are pragmatic (free coffee!) others are for your health.
Like people all over the country, we were shocked and horrified by the tragedy at the Boston Marathon, and heartbroken to hear that 3 people died—including an 8 year-old-boy--and more than 140 people were injured by the explosions. But we also read that the 78-year-old runner knocked over by the blast is not only OK, he got up, and finished the race.