Healthy Eating

Couple Enjoying a Healthy Meal

Healthy eating is about developing a well-balanced, satisfying relationship with food that increases energy, stabilizes weight, boosts mood, and reduces your risk of illnesses.

When it comes to making healthy food choices, what’s right for one person may not always be right for another. Whatever your age, income, or living situation you’ll find information that can help you make healthy food choices.

In the articles below, you’ll learn about the role different foods play in keeping you mentally sharp, relaxed, and energetic.



Healthy eating across the lifespan

Nutrition 101

Cooking and eating smart

Special diets for health conditions

Vitamins and supplements


Featured articles

Healthy Eating: We all know that eating right can help you maintain a healthy weight and avoid certain health problems, but your diet can also have a profound effect on your mood and sense of wellbeing. These tips can help you create a tasty diet that is as good for your mind as it is for your body. MORE »

Are Organic Foods Right for You? This guide can help you make better choices about which organic foods are healthier for you and better for the environment, and how you can afford to incorporate more organic food into your diet. MORE »

Cooking for One: Preparing your own meals can help you take charge of your health. No matter your age, living situation, or culinary skills, you can learn to cook tasty, healthy, and inexpensive meals. MORE »


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Eating Disorders

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