Blog entry | Jan 04 2016

Can’t find time for exercise in your tight schedule? Then we have good news for you: Shorter workouts can still burn plenty of calories and make you fitter. Does it sound too good to be true?

Blog entry | Dec 16 2015

Once you are done decking the halls and the egg nog is past its expiration date, it’s time to start putting those New Year’s Resolutions to practice.

Blog entry | Dec 15 2015

In honor of the holidays, the FoodInsight team is counting down their favorite tips for 12 days of healthy living. Sing along and give yourself the gift of health this season!

Blog entry | Nov 23 2015

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Blog entry | Oct 06 2015

If you’re trying to achieve optimal athletic performance, your training program alone might not cut it.

Blog entry | Sep 24 2015

There is no question that exercise is healthy.

Blog entry | Aug 27 2015

Your alarm goes off earlier than usual, and there’s no time to lose. You gulp down a glass of water, lace up your shoes, and go.

Article | Jul 27 2015

Energy balance is important for all ages.  That is why we created the new Energy Balance Guide for late teens and adults in partnership with the Healthy Weight Commitment Foundation.

Blog entry | Jul 13 2015

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Blog entry | Jun 30 2015

Sixteen years ago, I curled up on the couch with my father and grandfather. We cheered and cheered as Julie Foudy captained the US women’s team to the championship.

Blog entry | May 26 2015

How do Americans prioritize their health? Check out the consumer survey data! See how Americans would use extra time and extra money, and how much time they spend on their meals.


Blog entry | Apr 15 2015

Chances are, you know by now that there is no magic pill when it comes to weight loss.  Rather, the longstanding guidance is true – it's a balancing act of calories in versus calories

Blog entry | Feb 10 2015

Recently the Washington Post published an article by Jim Plunkett: “

Blog entry | Jan 22 2015

You may not be interviewed on ESPN any time soon, but if you're hitting the gym (or the running path, or the dance studio ... ), it could still affect your protein needs.