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  1. Diet and Autism

    Autism affects nearly one out of every 110 children, according to the CDC. That's more children diagnosed with autism than with diabetes, cancer, and AIDS combined.  Yet a cure has yet to be found, and formal autism treatments are limited. So many parents are trying autism diets and supplements they

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  2. Biggest Loser Winning Workout and Meal Plan

    By Joanna Powell   Studies show that up to 80 percent of people who lose weight regain most or all of it within a year. But not Phillips. Here she shares what helped her lose 140 pounds at the Ranch — and what prevents the fat from piling back on now. 1. Start today: Do something. Go for a walk — ev

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  3. The Truth About White Foods

    White foods – "bad carbs" like white-flour baked goods and sugar – have been blamed for America's obesity epidemic. Should you kiss them goodbye if you want to lose weight and eat healthfully?

  4. Is Fat the New Normal?

    If you're tall enough to stand out in a crowd, you're probably aware of your tallness – maybe even self-conscious about it. But imagine that you're in a room full of basketball players. Suddenly, you don't seem so tall anymore. Your above-average height feels normal. The same scenario -- but with we

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  5. Diet Myth or Truth: Chewing Gum for Weight Loss

    Can chewing gum really help you cut calories and lose weight? WebMD gives you the facts on chewing gum and weight loss.

  6. The Benefits of Vitamin C

    Vitamin C is one of the safest and most effective nutrients, experts say. It may not be the cure for the common cold (though it's thought to help prevent more serious complications). But the benefits of vitamin C may include protection against immune system deficiencies, cardiovascular disease, pren

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  7. Pre-Workout Snacks

    Q: What's the best snack to eat and how long before my workout should I eat it? A: In general, you don’t need to eat before exercise unless you tend to run low on energy during your workouts or it's been more than a couple hours since your last full meal. The best time to eat is about 30 minutes bef

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  8. Expert Q&A: Getting Started With a Weight Loss Plan

    So you’re gearing up to eat better and lose some weight. Good for you. But how do you get started? With the hundreds and hundreds of diets out there, how do you choose the best approach? To find out, WebMD turned to James O. Hill, PhD, director of the Center for Human Nutrition at the University of

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  9. Four Heavenly, Heart-Healthy Entrees

    You love your family and friends, right? Show them how much by whipping up comfort food this winter that is as heart-healthy as it is delicious. You can start by trying our four fabulous entrées -- one for every week leading up to Valentine's Day. Extra bonus? They're easy to make and kid-friendly.

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  10. Almonds: The New Power Food

    A symbol of hope and prosperity in Eastern cultures, the almond used to be known for its fat content but has now made its way to the top of power-food lists. This nutrient-dense tree nut -- from the same family as peaches and apricots -- has become best known for its many health benefits. Eating a h

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