For the fit woman who loves to eat as much as she loves to work out, the SHAPE editors report on the latest culinary and foodie trends to help you cook like a pro, dine well, and stay in shape while you do it!
Freshly-made, nutritious drinks full of local fruits and veggies are coming soon to a store near you!
Perky Jerky is low-calorie, high-protein—and contains a common energy-drink ingredient that promises to keep you pepped up.
Caveat: it's actually pudding.
Watch this fun video to learn the science behind this crispy meat’s mouthwatering scent.
One of your favorite snacks is about to get even better with these new flavors (including kale!) and popping techniques.
Watch the hilarious answers Jimmy Kimmel received when he asked, “What is gluten?”
Switch up your leafy green for a crunchy, salty snack that's loaded with antioxidants and has half the calories of potato chips.
Coconut, cinnamon, and nuts make this granola from Sarah Wilson, author of I Quit Sugar, satisfyingly crunchy and sweet.
Starting this summer, rumor has it you’ll be able to enjoy cola made without HFCS—but does that make it any better for you?
Take a peek at 8 dietitians' food diaries to see how the experts strike the balance between Mexican food and kale salad.
Forget what you've heard, new research says green growths on your garlic is nothing to worry about—and may be good for you.
A cute Pinterest graphic to remind you to eat your fruits and veggies plus, mouthwatering recipes that will make you want to!
Add this healthy ingredient to your pancakes, and you'll wish Sunday brunch could be served every day.
As if we didn't know this. Check out the stats and our tastiest recipes to make at home.
And a whole-grain cookie—but are they any healthier for you?
The smoothie joint is adding new offerings loaded with fruits, vegetables, and Greek yogurt.
With these effortless tips, you can enjoy all the holiday parties and food without wrecking your waistline.
Find out how your favorite shake ingredients stack up nutritionally so you can place a healthier order.
Despite what you may think, feeling ravenous is not necessary to drop pounds if you follow this advice.
This pretty seasonal fruit can help you fight off colds, boost your heart, and avoid overeating.
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