Good health starts with good nutrition. Here you'll find tips and recipes to help you and your family make healthy food choices.
Eating a healthy diet and being physically active are good for you. That's why the American Cancer Society developed nutrition and physical activity guidelines. This printable pdf contains tips to help you make those guidelines a part of your everyday life and to help you stay well.
Eating on-the-go is a fact of life for many people, but it can lead to unhealthy food choices. To avoid this diet downfall, and still satisfy your hunger between meals or when you're in a rush, try some of the foods listed here.
If you're trying to control your weight, you need to watch what you eat. That means reading food labels. But with so many different terms, product labels can be confusing. Here's a guide to what the terms on some food labels are really telling you.
Eating lots of fruits and vegetables may help reduce your cancer risk. The sample menu here shows how to fit more fruits and vegetables into your diet without much fuss or expense.
Good health starts with good nutrition. Get started today with some of these healthy recipes for appetizers, side dishes, main dishes, and sweet treats.
Keeping track of what you eat and drink can help you get to a healthy weight.
The USDA's My Plate Supertracker has free tools to help you set goals for managing your weight, eating right, and getting enough physical activity.