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  1. Happy Weight vs. Healthy Weight

    Odds are you weigh more than you did 20 years ago. Most of us do. And not only has your waistline grown, but your ideal weight has increased, too. In a recent Gallup poll, 60% described their weight as just about right. That's just about the same percentage of Americans who are overweight or obese. 

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  2. Apple Cider Vinegar and Health

    You probably have a bottle of apple cider vinegar in your pantry right now. It’s a tasty addition to homemade pickles, marinades, and salad dressing, but is it also good for you? As a folk remedy, apple cider vinegar has been credited with curing everything from the flu to warts. Many of its suppose

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  3. Is Your Diet Aging You?

    What you put on your plate might affect what you see in the mirror. But a few tweaks to your dining habits can go a long way to keeping your skin youthful and your body healthy. The key approach? Eat better. "Poor-quality foods, like trans fats, cause inflammation -- and aging is basically a chronic

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  4. What Your BMI Doesn’t Tell You

    You've probably heard the term BMI (body mass index). It's based on your height and weight, and it's widely used to determine if you're in a healthy weight range. But as it turns out, BMI may not be the best way to size up your shape. Calculated from a person's height and weight, BMI breaks down int

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  5. Mushrooms: Nutrition and Enchilada Recipe

    Although you'll find them in the produce aisle, mushrooms aren't really vegetables. They’re the nutrition-packed fruit of fungi. They're naturally low in calories and sodium and high in fiber, plus they have potassium and selenium. Some common varieties: White: small, round mushrooms with short stem

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  6. Stay-Slim Secrets From Dietitians

    Ddietitians share their diet and fitness tips.

  7. Walnut Pesto Recipe and Nutrition Perks

    Fresh and beautifully bright green, pesto is traditionally made with pine nuts. This version uses walnuts.  It's easy to make: Drop 3 unpeeled garlic cloves in boiling water and cook 45 seconds. Drain water; peel and mince cloves. Combine garlic with 1/4 cup toasted walnuts (see instructions on how

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  8. How to Eat 5 Small Meals a Day

    I'm a chef (and a mom). You might think that eating frequent meals wouldn’t be an issue. I understand the concept: Five small meals a day takes the edge off your appetite, evens out blood sugar levels, and keeps your energy steady. But I confess: I don’t always eat this way. Although my fitness trai

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  9. African Mango: What to Know About Irvingia Gabonensis

    If you were hoping that African mango supplements would help with weight loss, you should know that the research on this is thin. Irvingia gabonensis (IG) is the Latin name of the tree grown in Central and West Africa that produces a fruit similar to a mango and nicknamed African mango, wild mango,

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  10. 5 Fun Facts About Parsnips

    1. Where They Came From Parsnips are native to Europe and Asia and were introduced to North America in the 17th century. 2. Medicinal Uses People used to believe (falsely) that eating parsnips could relieve a toothache or tired feet. 3. Nutrients You Get Half a cup of sliced, cooked parsnips has 3 g

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