- Grains and Cereals (9)
- Protein Sources (24)
- Fats and Oils (14)
- Sugars and Starches (13)
- Fruits and Vegetables (42)
Moderation: When Eating Something Bad is Actually Good
You may have an easier time following a healthful balanced diet when you allow yourself have a treat now and then.
A Week of Healthy Meal Plans
Description and links to a week's worth of healthful balanced menus -- 2,200 calories per day.
Which is Worse, Eating a Pan of Brownies at Once or Over a Few Days?
A reader wants to know if it's worse to eat a whole pan of brownies in one day, eat two each day. Here's my answer.
Is Frozen Yogurt as Nutritious as Regular Yogurt?
Find out if frozen yogurt is as nutritious as regular yogurt. Also, find out how frozen yogurt compares to ice cream.
What You Need to Know About High-Fiber Foods
Fiber is important for a healthy digestive system and be good for your heart. Are you getting enough fiber in your diet? Here's a list of foods that contain fiber.
How Nutritious is a Peanut Butter and Jelly Sandwich?
Peanut butter and jelly sandwiches are delicious and they're so easy to make. But are they good for you? I've got nutrition information for a regular PB&J, and I'll also show you how to make a healthier version.
Healthy Foods: Ramen Noodle Makeover
Ramen noodles are high in fat, sodium, and calories, but they're cheap and convenient. While they're probably never going to be the centerpiece of a healthy meal, I have a few tips for making ramen noodle meals at least a little bit healthier.
Product Review: Galaxy Cheese Alternatives
Galaxy Nutritional Foods makes these delicious cheese alternatives for people who need to avoid dairy products but still want to eat cheese. They also work as ingredients in certain recipes.
Which Foods are Whole Grains?
The United States Department of Agriculture says half of your grains should be whole. But what counts as a whole grain? Here's how to tell which foods are whole grain foods.
What Convinced You To Eat Healthy?
Did you go from a typical unhealthy western diet to one that is more nutritious? Why did you do it? Was it for health reasons or did you want to look good? Or both?