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  1. What to Eat Before, During, and After Exercise

    What you eat could make your next workout better, whether you're  just starting to exercise or you’re an athlete in training. Eating right can help energize your workout. Which foods are best, which should you avoid, and when should you eat? Sports nutrition expert Christine Rosenbloom, PhD, RD, sha

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  2. Guy's Guide to Grilling

    Firing up the grill is a delicious summer ritual. This year, before you start shaping your burgers and salting your steaks, check out these four full-flavored recipes courtesy of Dave Grotto, RD, author of 101 Optimal Life Foods  and self-described "dad who grills." Grotto has a long list of things

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  3. Low-Sodium Diet: How to Eat Less Sodium at Restaurants

    Health authorities have long been warning Americans to slash the sodium in our diets. Yet with restaurant meals and processed foods growing in popularity, the low-sodium diet remains elusive. Many of us are consuming more sodium than ever -- and not just from the salt shaker. In fact, 3/4 of the sod

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  4. Food Lovers Fat Loss System: Diet Review

    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, reviews the Food Lovers Fat Loss System.

  5. Q&A With Marcus Samuelsson

    Ethiopian-born chef Marcus Samuelsson grew up in Sweden, attended the Culinary Institute in Gothenburg, and then came to New York City to apprentice at the famed restaurant Aquavit. When he was only 24, The New York Times gave him a three-star review (making him the youngest chef to ever receive tha

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  6. Ideal Weight or Happy Weight?

    Maybe you've been working on getting back to the weight you were at in high school or on your wedding day. But do you really need to go that low? Or can you weigh more than your ideal weight and still be healthy? If you're overweight, losing just 10% of your body weight is linked to many health bene

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  7. The Five-Meal Plan for Health and Fitness

    You’d think that for a chef, eating frequent meals wouldn’t be an issue. Yes, 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 trainer encoura

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  8. How I Got My Kid to Like Walnuts

    Felice Bogus is used to the vagaries of childhood tastes. Her 9-year-old daughter, Margalit, is open to foods such as kimchi-flavored seaweed while rejecting kid-meal mainstays like hamburgers. But that can flip-flop from one day to the next. "I've learned not to make any assumptions," says Bogus. S

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  9. African Mango: What to Know About Irvingia Gabonensis

    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, discusses African mango supplements touted for weight loss and reducing belly fat.

  10. Cravings: Why They Strike, How to Curb Them

    Is that bag of potato chips or candy bar calling your name? If your cravings start to run amok and demand satisfaction every day, take heart: You're not at the mercy of your food desires. You can learn to outsmart them. Brian Wansink, PhD, makes it his business to understand food cravings. He direct

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