Meal

A new study claims skipping breakfast is a no-no for heart health. But does when we eat really matter, and does the conventional wisdom of more frequent, smaller meals throughout the day still hold up?

We're always looking for ways to make our favorite foods healthier without sacrificing flavor. That's why we've compiled a list of our top ingredient swaps, guaranteed to make that next meal a delicious, healthier hit.

Just imagine that bowl of pasta is bigger and we might feel like we ate it. A new study found how much we think we ate is a better predictor of how full we feel than how much we actually consumed.

How does Lean Cuisine come up with and package new recipes? Greatist’s health editor, Kate Morin, goes behind the scenes for the low down on the frozen food giant.

Eating with other people can boost happiness and diminish depression, and it might promote healthier eating choices. Read on to find out why a weekly potluck with friends and family does a person good.

Stressed? Buck up with some buckwheat-and-banana pancakes. Depressed? Whip up a bowl of walnut-miso noodles. These 25 recipes for happiness are sure to satisfy the stomach and turn frowns into smiles.

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We're always looking for ways to make our favorite foods healthier without sacrificing flavor. That's why we've compiled a list of our top ingredient swaps, guaranteed to make that next meal a delicious, healthier hit.

How does Lean Cuisine come up with and package new recipes? Greatist’s health editor, Kate Morin, goes behind the scenes for the low down on the frozen food giant.

Just imagine that bowl of pasta is bigger and we might feel like we ate it. A new study found how much we think we ate is a better predictor of how full we feel than how much we actually consumed.

A new study claims skipping breakfast is a no-no for heart health. But does when we eat really matter, and does the conventional wisdom of more frequent, smaller meals throughout the day still hold up?

After working a late day at the office, nothing sounds better than curling up on the couch, turning on the TV, and chowing down on some food. But that little slice of heaven may be hell on the body.

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