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Q&A: What are the Healthiest Beers?

Nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips suggests a handful of brews to reach for when looking for the healthiest options.


The New Science of Recovery Nutrition

All you need to know to refuel and rehydrate after your workout.


Study: Downing Diet Soda May Increase Snacking

A new study from Johns Hopkins University links diet soda with overeating.

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Study: Calorie Burn from Housework Often Overestimated

A new study found that people often overestimate how many calories they burn from housework.


Study: Translating Calories into Walking Distance on Menus Can Curb Calorie Intake

A new study found that including how much exercise it will take to burn calories on a menu can help people cut back on calories.


Minimize Distractions When You're Eating

Researchers found that people who are distracted while eating consume more calories.


The Core Performance Nutrition Philosophy

In this video Amanda Carlson-Phillips breaks down the five mantras that make up the Core Performance nutrition philosophy.


7 Healthy Foods for Spring

Buy the nutritious fruits and veggies on this list to eat healthier this spring.


25 Best and Worst Foods for Thanksgiving

Use our nutrition ranking of traditional Thanksgiving foods to enjoy a happy and healthy Thanksgiving.


How to Properly Portion Your Thanksgiving Meal

A quick guide to proper portions for your holiday meal.


Poll: Most Americans in Favor of Calorie Labeling

A new poll found that a majority of Americans are in favor of including calorie labels on foods sold at supermarkets and movie theaters.


This Just In: Ditch Soda, Drop 5 Pounds

A new study found that drinking water instead of carbonated drinks leads to weight loss.


The Secret (and Sneaky) Way to Avoid Holiday Overeating

New research shows that red and yellow colored plates may contribute to overeating.


Q&A: Should I Eat Extra Protein if I’m Training for an Ironman?

Build muscle and go the distance in your training with this list of lean protein sources.


Q&A: Is it Better to Sweeten Drinks with Honey or Sugar?

The pros and cons of natural sugar versus honey, and how much is too much.


Q&A: Should I Carbo-Load the Night Before a Big Race?

Resident nutritionist Danielle LaFata explains what to eat before a big race.


Q&A: Why Am I Hungrier When It's Cold?

Nutritionist Amanda Carlson-Phillips explains when and how to satisfy your cold weather cravings.

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Switch to Small Plates

After 30 days of eating with smaller plates, utensils, and even cars, our resident lab rat delivers his verdict.

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Is Your Car Making You Fat?

If smaller plates and spoons can encourage weight loss, maybe we should all be driving Smart Cars.

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Can You Eat Sensibly at a Buffet?

One hungry man. One room of unlimited food. One paltry 9-inch plate. Find out what happens.