Plus, 14 other ways to get your pumpkin...
Fire up your meals and snacks with these...
Make sure you're not ODing on healthy fo...
Celebrate National Blueberry Month with show-stopping recipes starring your favorite berry.
Staffers sampled new and improved low-calorie snacks to lease your tastebuds without packing on pounds.
Don't let hunger pangs prevent you from traveling the full distance! Load your car with healthy snacks and non-perishable food that'll last the whole ride.
Make over the classic movie snack with sweet, spicy, and savory recipes that satisfy any craving.
Nuts, popcorn, chocolate—we've got every craving covered with delicious, low-calorie snacks that are truly guilt-free.
THC-free hemp seeds and oils are a potent source of nutrition. Reap the benefits with healthy foods and beauty products.
Turn your radicchio leaf into an edible cup and fill with hummus for a delicious, oh-so-easy snack.
These savory bites make for the perfect snack or side dish.
Put down the potato chips! This seaweed variety is way better for you—and beyond easy to prepare.
This crazy delicious (and healthy!) snack is bursting with antioxidants to help fight wrinkles and keep your skin looking radiant.
Perky Jerky is low-calorie, high-protein—and contains a common energy-drink ingredient that promises to keep you pepped up.
One of your favorite snacks is about to get even better with these new flavors (including kale!) and popping techniques.
What could be better than buttery avocado smashed onto hearty bread? Adding these gotta-try toppings and mix-ins!
Pair up your specific exercise—running, HIIT, barre, and more—with these foods for better performance—and a better body.
Enjoy the zesty Greek sauce you love with only a fraction of the calories.
Switch up your leafy green for a crunchy, salty snack that's loaded with antioxidants and has half the calories of potato chips.
Loaded with nuts, fruits, and seeds, this high-fiber bar is perfect for long, busy days.
Satisfy a craving with a dose of infection-fighting, vision-protecting beta-carotene to boot.
Are chips made from quinoa, sweet potatoes, lentils, and other nutritious foods any better for you than regular potato chips?