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  1. 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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  2. 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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  3. Food Lovers Fat Loss System: Diet Review

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

  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. Medicinal Uses of Honey

    Honey has a long medicinal history. The ancient Egyptians not only made offerings of honey to their gods, they also used it as an embalming fluid and a dressing for wounds. On that last point, at least, they were on to something. Today, many people swarm to honey for its antibacterial and anti-infla

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  7. Arsenic in Food: FAQ

    Recent investigations have found the toxin arsenic in rice and apple juice. Consumer Reports published results of their tests of 88 samples of apple and grape juices. Nine samples had more arsenic than the federal government allows in drinking water In a separate analysis of government nutrition dat

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  8. Top Doctor Topics of 2011

    Concerns about drugs, both prescription and illegal, made headlines during 2011. The possibility of cancer from cell phones came into the spotlight as well. But not all news was about warnings and scares. The FDA approved a new drug for diabetes, linagliptin, giving people with type 2 diabetes anoth

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  9. WebMD's Top Health Stories of 2011

    What sets important health stories apart is that they involve all of us on a personal level -- even if we don’t know it at the time. It may be a story that transfixes us because its impact is immediate -- or it may be a story that’s a bit under the radar but may later change the way we look at healt

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  10. What to Know About Omega-3s and Fish

    Fish and omega-3 fatty acids. If you keep up with the latest nutrition news, you may have a pretty good sense of what they offer. But, if you're like many people, you still can't tell your omega-3s from your omega-6s -- and you sure as heck can't pronounce eicosapentaenoic acid. That's OK. Our fishi

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