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  1. 7 Tips for Choosing the Best Breakfast Cereal

    Nothing says “quick and easy breakfast” like a bowl of cereal. When you’re shopping the cereal aisle, it can be puzzling to find the healthiest options, especially if you’re buying with a health condition in mind, like type 2 diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, or cholesterol. The first ru

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  2. How to Make a Brown-Bag Lunch You'll Actually Want to Eat

    Brown-bagging isn't just for kids, and it can be simple. “Bringing your lunch to work gives you full ownership over what goes into your meal and into your body,” says Jackie Newgent, culinary nutritionist and author of The With or Without Meat Cookbook. That's important if you're working on weight l

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  3. Off the Menu: Chef Victor Scargle

    Victor Scargle got his first taste of kitchen life at age 13, and with the exception of a brief break from professional cooking while he gave college a try, the chef, now 42, has been at the stove ever since. "You go from the adrenaline of working on the line to sitting in a class with 800 to 1,200

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  4. Healthy Picnic Meals

    It's the perfect way to spend a sunny summer day: gathering with friends and family for a picnic under the shade of leafy trees. A few smart safety tips will ensure everyone avoids a stomachache or worse. First off, keep your hands clean, says Angela M. Fraser, PhD, associate professor and food safe

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  5. 5 Fun Facts About Carrots

    1. First Use People first grew carrots as medicine, not food, for a variety of ailments. 2. They're How Old? Carrots can be traced back about 5,000 years through historical documents and paintings. No one knows exactly when the first carrots appeared, because many people mistook them for parsnips, a

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  6. 3 Ways to Cook Butternut Squash

    Butternut squash is low in calories (just 41 in a half-cup serving) and a good source of filling fiber. It's also chock full of yellow- and orange-hued antioxidants known as carotenoids. These nutrient powerhouses may help protect against heart disease and cancer, says American Institute for Cancer

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  7. Bok Choy: 10 Fun Facts

    A staple in Asian cooking, this round-leafed vegetable may be less familiar to American cooks. Here's what you need to know -- including what its name means, how to wash it, and how to use it. 1. Bok Choy's Name Bok choy is sometimes referred to as white cabbage, not to be confused with Napa cabbage

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  8. 3 Ways to Cook Healthy on the Grill

    Nothing says summer like a sizzling grill. But too often, the all-American- cookout involves a lot of red meat. Eating too much red meat on a regular basis can raise the risk of colorectal cancer, studies show. And when that meat is grilled, a new problem arises. Exposing any type of meat to high te

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  9. The Truth About Beet Juice

    Most lists of "super foods" don't include beetroot juice, but maybe they should. Beet juice may boost stamina to help you exercise longer, improve blood flow, and help lower blood pressure, some research shows. Why? Beets are rich in natural chemicals called nitrates. Through a chain reaction, your

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  10. Getting Too Much of Vitamins And Minerals

    Nowadays, everything from bottled water to orange juice seems to have souped-up levels of vitamins and minerals in it. That may sound like a way to help cover your nutritional bases, especially if your diet is less than stellar. But routinely getting an overload of vitamins and minerals can hurt you

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