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One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.


Definition. Noun.
Any nourishing substance that is eaten or drunk to sustain life, provide energy, and promote growth.

Step 1


Eating well. To some it means eating hearty, calorie-rich foods. To others low-fat, low-calorie bland fare. But it's not a zero-sum game. Eating well means meeting both your nutritional needs and indulging your senses with a delightful mix of flavor, texture, aroma, and color. No compromise. Check out these recipes to find out how.

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Identify Your Unique Diet Needs

Choose a diet plan that works for you and takes your unique needs into account. From low-carb to low-glycemic; from Atkins to the Zone; from the latest diet to the Paleo Diet. You'll find it here.

Step 3: to level up

Master the Basics

Master the healthy eating basics. Learn about the fundamentals of nutrition and healthy eating. Find out about carbohydrates, protein, fat, fiber, and more. In order to level up and meet your health and wellness goals you need to get this right.

Step 4

What makes up a healthy Meal?

The key to a diet that you’ll love and feeds your body everything it needs, is variety and balance. Each food group provides certain nutritional benefits. And it's important to enjoy a variety of foods from within each food group, because each food offers different flavors, textures, and colors, as well as different macronutrients, vitamins, and minerals.

How exactly you divide up your plate (this is called macronutrient ratio) will depend on your preferred diet. But most will include foods from all food groups. Tap on each one to find recipes, tips, and guides.


Fruits add color, flavor, and are rich in vitamins and fiber.


Add texture, flavor, color, and variety. Rich in vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Key to any well rounded meal.

Protein Foods

The building blocks of life. Vital for growth, repairing cells, and making new ones.


Any food made from cereal grains. Generally your main source of energy.


Dairy products and some alternatives are key sources of calcium and vitamin D.

Oils & Fat

Adds flavor & texture, and helps the body work properly. But some are healthier than others.

Step 5


Caramel Frappuccino anyone? That’s 400 calories. Nearly a quarter of your daily calorie needs. Whoooops. So here’s how to make your drinks delicious, nutritious, and way lower calorie.

Step 6


Calculate your daily calorie needs, macronutrient ratio, and more with these easy to use diet calculators.


Tools +

Level up with these helpful guides, lists, calculators, and charts.

How to buy, prep and store, plus health benefits.

Calculators to convert cooking measurements.

The calories are in different foods – with lists so you can compare.

Visual guides that break things down and make it simple.

the essentials
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