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  1. 10 Tasty Switches for Your Favorite Salty Foods

    Many foods and drinks have too much salt in them before you even reach for your salt shaker. Cutting back will help your blood pressure. Try subbing one of these foods for your favorite salty temptations. Pretzels are naturally low in fat, and some are made with whole wheat. But you can get a lot of

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  2. Thanksgiving Turkey Breast, Pot Pie, and Pumpkin Cannelloni

    Elaine Magee, MPH, RD, shares her recipes for grilled, herb-rubbed turkey breast; turkey pot pie; and pumpkin cannelloni.

  3. Thanksgiving Dessert Recipes

    Pumpkin pie is a classic Thanksgiving dessert. Want to add some other options? Try these three. Personal-sized lemon cranberry pudding cakes Holiday shortbread Gingerbread muffins If you can't find fresh or frozen cranberries, you can substitute 1/3 cup dried cranberries. Ingredients: Canola cooking

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  4. Fiber: How Much Do You Need?

    You probably know that fiber is important to good health, but do you know if you are getting enough? Most Americans aren't. The average adult only eats 15 grams of fiber per day. Women need 25 grams of fiber per day, and men need 38 grams per day, according to the Institute of Medicine. Eating more

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  5. Thanksgiving Side Dishes: Recipes

    Traditional green bean casserole or sweet potatoes are classic side dishes at Thanksgiving. This year, why not add one or two new seasonal sides? Choose from Brussels sprouts and bacon, quinoa pilaf with cranberries and pecans, or cauliflower gratin.   Ingredients: 8 cups trimmed and halved Brussels

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  6. 4 Secrets to Simple Home-Cooked Meals

    Make cooking easier on yourself by breaking meal prep down into these simple steps.

  7. Cooking Tips From Chef Cathy Whims

    Cathy Whims is the chef/owner of Nostrana, an acclaimed Italian restaurant in Portland, Oregon. "I'm not Italian, but I feel like I've chosen a great cuisine," says Whims, who is a six-time nominee for best chef in the Northwest by the James Beard Foundation. "It's very healthy and seasonal and rewa

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  8. The Truth About Beer

    When you reach for a cold beer, you have many types to choose from. You're probably thinking about the taste. But do you know what else you're getting, like calories and carbs? Beer is typically made from water, grain, hops, and yeast. Malted barley is the most commonly used grain. It’s usually flav

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  9. 3 Ways to Cook Pork

    If the word "pork" brings to mind fatty indulgences like bacon and ham, think again. "The beauty of pork is that over the years farmers have bred it to be leaner and leaner," says Debra Krummel, PhD, RD, a University of Cincinnati nutrition researcher. "You can now find pork that is just as lean as

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  10. Eggplant Dip Recipes: Roasted and Grilled

    Eggplant -- a cousin of tomatoes, bell peppers, and potatoes -- has a lot going for it. A cup of it, cooked, has only 35 calories and gives you B vitamins, fiber, and antioxidants. You'll find eggplant in many cuisines. Try roasted or grilled in these delicious dip recipes. Your grill, plus Mediterr

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