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  • The Surprising Health Benefits of Vinegar
    Vinegar’s not a magic elixir—but it may be able to help your waistline, cholesterol and more! Who knew? This may be an overshare, but I’ve been known to drink a slug of vinegar now and then. My 2-year-old daughter apparently picked up this trait: once when we were out for dinner, she took an unprompted […]
  • Gift Ideas for Food Lovers
    The holidays are my favorite time of year. Music, parties, lights, glitter, snow and, of course, the yummy food! The one thing I don't always love is holiday shopping. It's hard to know what to get for the people on my list. So this year, I polled my fellow EatingWell editors for their top gift […]
  • Beyond the Beef Taco
    Some people have pasta night every week, but the one thing you’re guaranteed to find on my weekly menu is “Taco Night.” This is a throwback to childhood, as we had crunchy tacos—the kind that came in a box complete with the seasoning packet to doctor up ground beef, taco sauce and shells—almost every week. […]
  • The Real Benefits of Fermented Foods and Probiotics
    Probiotics are good bacteria found in fermented foods, such as yogurt, sauerkraut, miso, kimchi, kombucha and kefir. Popular theories claim extraordinary health benefits—such as better immunity and less stress—can come from eating probiotics and fostering the good bacteria in your gut. Don’t Miss: How Good Gut Bacteria Could Transform Your Health But the research to […]
  • The Healthiest and Best-Tasting Frozen Pizza
    When it comes to being ready for a last-minute dinner, a frozen pizza could be your best friend. But just because you’re taking a shortcut doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a healthy dinner. Here’s what to look for. A Better Bottom: More dough means more calories, so choose thin-crust over deep-dish when buying frozen. […]
  • Need an Easy Dinner? Put an Egg On It!
    When I’m desperate to make an easy dinner, my mantra is “Put an egg on it.” I can pretty much always find something in my fridge to cook or roast and top with scrambled, poached or fried eggs. They’re the ultimate budget-shopper’s protein (at less than 40 cents each), last longer than any cut of […]
  • Why Turkey Sausage Is a Weeknight-Dinner Lifesaver
    I love sausage. More important, my 2-year-old daughter loves sausage, so if I can add it to something I’m cooking, there’s a good chance she’ll gobble it up. But we try to be mindful of what we eat, so I opt for turkey sausage. Why? Nutritionally speaking, it’s a leaner choice than pork sausage, with […]
  • Does 'Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever' Really Work?
    The thinking behind the old saying "feed a cold, starve a fever" goes like this: fasting causes a drop in body temperature, which helps to fight a high fever, while eating raises your temperature, warming you up if you have a cold and keeping your sniffles at bay.
  • Healthier Picks for In-Flight Airplane Food
    Staying healthy while you’re flying can be challenging (especially if you’re stuck in the air during mealtime). Luckily, it’s getting easier, as more airports are carrying healthy snacks like plain yogurt, nuts and dried fruit. With a little advance planning, you can pack your own healthy snacks—but that’s not always an option.
  • The Healthiest Fall Vegetables You’re Not Eating
    I love fall vegetables. I can’t think of one that I don’t like to eat. But even a vegetable lover can still get into a cooking rut. Particularly when fall’s bounty of colorful squash, leafy greens and hearty roots arrives and summer’s easy-to-love heat-loving tomatoes and peppers are harder to come by at the farmers’ […]
  • Korean Pork & Kimchi Fried Rice
    Korean Pork & Kimchi Fried Rice In this healthy fried rice recipe, zucchini, carrots and kimchi are tossed with Korean gochujang for a delicious one-bowl dinner. If you don’t have leftover cooked rice on hand, be sure to thoroughly cool your rice before adding it to the wok—if it’s too warm, it creates too much […]
  • Chicken Sausage Calzone
    Chicken Sausage Calzone A typical calzone packs almost 800 calories and 25 grams of saturated fat. In this healthier calzone recipe, we use lean chicken sausage to keep fat in check and add nutrient-rich spinach to bulk up the filling without adding calories. Serve with marinara sauce for dipping.
  • Oven-Fried Beef Taquitos
    Oven-Fried Beef Taquitos This healthy beef taquitos recipe calls for baking instead of deep-frying, making the taquitos substantially healthier than what you’d get at a restaurant. One order of these little deep-fried, rolled-up tacos at a restaurant can set you back almost 1,000 calories and 60 grams of fat! Don’t worry if some of the […]
  • General Tso’s Chicken
    General Tso’s Chicken In this healthy version of a General Tso’s Chicken recipe, we cut the fat and sodium in half from the original version by not frying the chicken and by using half as much soy sauce in this Chinese-takeout favorite. Serve with steamed baby bok choy or sautéed spinach and steamed brown rice.
  • Vegetarian Tikka Masala
    Vegetarian Tikka Masala In this vegetarian tikka masala recipe, we combine crisp tofu pieces and vegetables in a spiced tomato sauce to make a healthy and flavorful dish. If you like spicy food, increase the amount of crushed red pepper. Serve with steamed brown rice for a healthier take on a classic takeout dish.
  • Seared Steak with Pan-Roasted Grape & Port Sauce
    Seared Steak with Pan-Roasted Grape & Port Sauce This recipe for quick pan-seared steak with a savory-sweet port wine and grape sauce makes a delicious weeknight dinner.
  • Salami & Spinach Stromboli
    Salami & Spinach Stromboli Traditional stromboli recipes are stuffed with tons of mozzarella cheese and Italian cured meats. In this healthy stromboli recipe we fill whole-wheat pizza dough with plenty of spinach and a judicious amount of salami: the results are still delicious. Serve with your favorite marinara sauce on the side for dipping.
  • Quick Pastrami Hash & Eggs
    Quick Pastrami Hash & Eggs When we’re in a hurry, we love to have breakfast for dinner. Precooked diced potatoes—available in the refrigerated section of most supermarkets—help make this pastrami hash ultra-fast. (If you have leftover cooked potatoes, use about 3 cups diced cooked potatoes instead.) Serve with rye toast and sautéed spinach.
  • Pad Thai
    Pad Thai This healthy pad thai recipe has less than half the calories and sodium of the traditional Thai-restaurant favorite. Look for dried wide rice noodles, sometimes called “Pad Thai noodles” or “straight-cut,” in the Asian-food section at most supermarkets and natural-foods stores. Serve with sliced cucumbers with a rice vinegar and cilantro vinaigrette.
  • Seared Scallops with Brandied Leeks & Mushrooms
    Seared Scallops with Brandied Leeks & Mushrooms Sautéed mushrooms and leeks have a robust flavor that marries nicely with a touch of brandy and sour cream in this quick scallop dish. Substitute vermouth for a more mellow flavor. The mushroom mixture is equally delicious served with steak or chicken. Make it a meal: Serve over […]
  • Taking The Motivation Pill August 29, 2014
    Admit it. You’re waiting for it—for a pill that fills your being with a river of flowing motivation and the glorious desire to excel. Don’t feel bad. We all are seeking more motivation, some, if not most of the time. And in the absence of motivation, perhaps another cup of coffee or 5-Hour Energy will […]
  • The If It Fits Your Macros (IIFYM) Diet: Eat Anything You Want And Still Lose Weight? August 10, 2014
    There is a food philosophy making its way around the internet, called “If it fits your macros,” or IIFYM. There are some good reasons why this new trend is popular, and in many ways, I’m on the same page with this movement. But as with many trendy diets, this philosophy has a very high potential […]
  • The Green Smoothie Diet and Juice Fasting Craze! Healthy or Hype? August 6, 2014
    Vegetable juice fasting and green smoothie diets have exploded in popularity in the past few years. Everyone from authors to supplement companies to juicer machine companies to personal trainers (who want something else to sell) are cashing in on this hot nutrition craze. But does it live up to the hype? And is it really […]
  • 8 Reasons Your Cardio Workouts Aren’t Working July 31, 2014
    So, you’ve started doing cardio to burn fat and get in shape. Perhaps you’ve started running every morning or taking a walk on your lunch break. Or maybe you began using the elliptical, stairclimber, or rower at the gym. Maybe you’ve joined a class. But no matter what kind of cardio you do, you’re not […]
  • What No One Ever Told You About Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) And What It Really Means July 25, 2014
    I’ve been asked questions about delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS) for years, and lately have received more questions about DOMS than ever, so obviously people are fascinated by this subject and many are concerned about the implications. Some people wonder exactly what causes DOMS, others want to know how to reduce the pain, a few […]
  • 30 Things I Learned From 30 Years of Bodybuilding July 17, 2014
    I started training in the early 1980′s and right from the start, I was engrossed with the bodybuilding style of training and eating. I think it’s always valuable to take time for reflection, and realizing this year that I had accumulated 30 years of training experience (including 28 competitions as a natural bodybuilder), I thought […]
  • The Max Muscle Plan (Tom Venuto Book Club #2) June 27, 2014
    Tom Venuto Book Club #2: The Max Muscle Plan by Brad Schoenfeld. Category: Muscle and Strength. “The perfect blend of art and science in a step by step practical muscle building program.” I first met author Brad Schoenfeld in 2008 at a conference in New York City. In 2012, I received an early copy of […]
  • Are You an”Active Couch Potato?” June 15, 2014
    “Prolonged sitting is making you fat and slowly KILLING YOU!” In the past few years, newspapers, magazines and TV have been broadcasting warnings about the hazards of too much desk time.  Now there’s a new twist to the story: The newest research says that even if you work out religiously, if you also have a sedentary […]
  • 5 Tips To Keep Your Portions in Proportion May 31, 2014
    Most of us worry about our weight, personal appearance, and much more. But these are not the only reasons for concern. Excess body fat has profound metabolic consequences, putting us at risk for heart disease, diabetes, stroke, cancer, and possibly depression. Nonetheless, the prevalence of obesity, a Body Mass Index of 30 or more, continues […]
  • How Many Calories Should You Eat Per Day For Fat Loss? September 1, 2014
    Learn how many calories you need to eat per day to lose fat and get a killer body. This simply formula works really well!
  • Why Heart Rate Zone Training Isn’t Best For Fat Loss August 18, 2014
    The common belief that training at 70% of your maximal heart rate is best for fat loss is a myth. Let’s look at why… Cario machines in the gym can be set to keep your heart rate in the ‘fat burning zone’. You sit in this zone for 45 minutes and are told the fat […]
  • 60 Second Banana And Chocolate Hemp Protein Shake February 4, 2014
    Breakfast doesn’t have to be limited to eggs, cereal or porridge. Here’s what I have first thing in the morning – a hemp banana and chocolate hemp protein shake. Ingredients 5 scoops GOOD Natural Hemp protein. An alternative to the ubiquitous whey protein, hemp is a vegetarian alternative. I experienced headaches with whey protein so […]
  • Health Food Versus Health Food January 4, 2014
    Jeff Novick explains who food producers are conning you into buying their products with marketing. Bottom line, if you are buying processed food in a packet there is probably a catch somewhere!
  • 6 Minute Microwave Cauliflower Rice December 30, 2013
    Learn how to cook cauliflower in a way that'll make you actually want to eat it! This delicious 6 minute recipe is an ideal rice replacement.
  • 9 Ways To Burn More Calories Throughout Your Day May 9, 2012
    With summer right around the corner many of us are trying to shed those last few pounds to make sure we are swimsuit ready. Here are 9 weight loss tips to get you going.
  • Commit To Be Fit May 6, 2012
    Noone is going to give you the body you want. You have to go out there and earn it. You have to sweat. You have to suffer.
  • The PERFECT Way To Fat Loss May 2, 2012
    Why most diets suck...and what to do about it.
  • How Much Weight Is It Safe To Lose Each Week? April 24, 2012
    You have started your diet and the pounds are coming off. But are you losing it too quickly or too slowly? How much weight should you be losing per week?
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  • The Surprising Health Benefits of Vinegar
    Vinegar’s not a magic elixir—but it may be able to help your waistline, cholesterol and more! Who knew? This may be an overshare, but I’ve been known to drink a slug of vinegar now and then. My 2-year-old daughter apparently picked up this trait: once when we were out for dinner, she took an unprompted […]
  • Gift Ideas for Food Lovers
    The holidays are my favorite time of year. Music, parties, lights, glitter, snow and, of course, the yummy food! The one thing I don't always love is holiday shopping. It's hard to know what to get for the people on my list. So this year, I polled my fellow EatingWell editors for their top gift […]
  • Beyond the Beef Taco
    Some people have pasta night every week, but the one thing you’re guaranteed to find on my weekly menu is “Taco Night.” This is a throwback to childhood, as we had crunchy tacos—the kind that came in a box complete with the seasoning packet to doctor up ground beef, taco sauce and shells—almost every week. […]
  • The Real Benefits of Fermented Foods and Probiotics
    Probiotics are good bacteria found in fermented foods, such as yogurt, sauerkraut, miso, kimchi, kombucha and kefir. Popular theories claim extraordinary health benefits—such as better immunity and less stress—can come from eating probiotics and fostering the good bacteria in your gut. Don’t Miss: How Good Gut Bacteria Could Transform Your Health But the research to […]
  • The Healthiest and Best-Tasting Frozen Pizza
    When it comes to being ready for a last-minute dinner, a frozen pizza could be your best friend. But just because you’re taking a shortcut doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice a healthy dinner. Here’s what to look for. A Better Bottom: More dough means more calories, so choose thin-crust over deep-dish when buying frozen. […]
  • Need an Easy Dinner? Put an Egg On It!
    When I’m desperate to make an easy dinner, my mantra is “Put an egg on it.” I can pretty much always find something in my fridge to cook or roast and top with scrambled, poached or fried eggs. They’re the ultimate budget-shopper’s protein (at less than 40 cents each), last longer than any cut of […]
  • Why Turkey Sausage Is a Weeknight-Dinner Lifesaver
    I love sausage. More important, my 2-year-old daughter loves sausage, so if I can add it to something I’m cooking, there’s a good chance she’ll gobble it up. But we try to be mindful of what we eat, so I opt for turkey sausage. Why? Nutritionally speaking, it’s a leaner choice than pork sausage, with […]
  • Does 'Feed a Cold, Starve a Fever' Really Work?
    The thinking behind the old saying "feed a cold, starve a fever" goes like this: fasting causes a drop in body temperature, which helps to fight a high fever, while eating raises your temperature, warming you up if you have a cold and keeping your sniffles at bay.
  • Healthier Picks for In-Flight Airplane Food
    Staying healthy while you’re flying can be challenging (especially if you’re stuck in the air during mealtime). Luckily, it’s getting easier, as more airports are carrying healthy snacks like plain yogurt, nuts and dried fruit. With a little advance planning, you can pack your own healthy snacks—but that’s not always an option.
  • The Healthiest Fall Vegetables You’re Not Eating
    I love fall vegetables. I can’t think of one that I don’t like to eat. But even a vegetable lover can still get into a cooking rut. Particularly when fall’s bounty of colorful squash, leafy greens and hearty roots arrives and summer’s easy-to-love heat-loving tomatoes and peppers are harder to come by at the farmers’ […]
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