healthy snacking

The energy dip is real. Here's what to do about it, depending on how your day has gone so far.
Stocking up on every food item that touts the "gluten-free" label seems like a no-brainer -- but that's not always the best-case scenario.
If you've got a promising young athlete, don't let these bad eating habits get in the way! They are sure to curbside your young athlete's hard work, on and off the field.
The noun snack means a small amount of food eaten between meals, but the function of a snack is a boost in energy. Many of us may be able to get our boost without the unwanted side effect of weight gain, with a "nature snack" like a walk outside or an "ear snack" like listening to a song.
Here are a few tips for choosing a healthy snack: eat real food, keep it portion-controlled (and calorie-controlled), aim for a fruit or veggie serving, and try to get some protein or fiber in your snack to help you feel full and stabilize blood sugar.
Around the world, consumers spend $374 billion on snack foods a year, according to research giant Nielsen's recently released
Possibly the perfect snack, popcorn has more antioxidants than vegetables. Here are a dozen ways to pimp it out.
By Laurel Leicht for Life by DailyBurn So what do you do on those days when you've got the munchies? A good option is to
We asked our panel of nutrition experts when to snack, how to snack, where to snack and even why to snack in our most recent