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  1. The Truth About Beet Juice

    Research finds potential health benefits from drinking beet juice. Learn more.

  2. 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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  3. Top 10 Smart Foods for College Students

    Poring over textbooks, organizing lecture notes, and prepping for tests challenges your brain. Give yourself the fuel you need to stay focused and absorb what you learn in the classroom. Milk and yogurt. Low-fat dairy products are packed with protein and B vitamins that may help you concentrate and

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  4. Down Home for the Holidays

    Hosting loved ones during the hubbub of the holidays can be a challenge, even for professional chefs. Taking a lighthearted approach and letting good ingredients shine is the answer, says Joe Truex, executive chef at Watershed on Peachtree in Atlanta. "When I'm cooking at home, I want to make it fun

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  5. Should You Sprout Your Food?

    Sprouts are making a comeback, and not just at the salad bar. They're packed with nutrients and are easy to digest. Some people are getting in on the trend, sprouting their grains, nuts, and beans. Should you join in? Find out what's involved. Seeds sprout after a few days in a warm, moist setting.

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  6. Easy Mexican Food by Chef Marcela

    "When I talk to my friends, who are mostly Mexican moms, they all say they want to keep their food traditions alive but don't have the time to make mole sauces, enchiladas, chilaquiles, and other foods they grew up on," Marcela Valladolid says. "My job is to resolve that problem." Doing so has becom

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  7. 11 Ideas for Heart-Smart Meals

    Heart-healthy eating can be surprisingly simple and scrumptious. Once you know the basic rules, you can get creative in your kitchen. Eat more plant-based foods. Reach for whole grains and veggies to boost your fiber. Dial back your salt intake. Go for "good" fats from foods like nuts, olive oil, av

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  8. 3 Ways to Cook Chicken

    For fast, satisfying weeknight meals, chicken rules the roost. And for good reason: There are a thousand ways to prepare it, and it can be nutritious. Three ounces of boneless, skinless chicken breast contain 31 grams of protein, a flock of heart-protective B vitamins, and about 4 grams of fat, says

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  9. Holiday Beverages That Are Light and Right

    Ready to raise a glass for the holidays without raising your calories? We are, too. From eggnog to a 70-calorie cosmo, you can make it light, festive, and still enjoyable. A healthier eggnog: “If you want to make healthier eggnog, use egg substitute instead of eggs, fat-free milk instead of whole mi

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  10. The Ideal Holiday Meal

    The holidays are a time for friends, fun, and flavorful food. And with the right menu -- and a bit of planning ahead -- you can keep your calories in check, too. “My best advice is to be mindful of your food choices,” says Toby Smithson, an Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics spokeswoman. “Planning a

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