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  1. Fall Vegetable Guide

    Four vegetables in season now—broccoli, chard, mushrooms and potatoes—are delicious in fall dishes from soups and stews to casseroles, side dishes and more. See what these four vegetables have to offer nutritionally, and how to pick the best at the market. Studies at Johns Hopkins University have sh

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  2. 10 Secrets to Cooking Healthier

    If your eating habits are anything like those of most Americans and you are looking for the simplest advice, we would tell you to eat more vegetables, fruits and whole grains and less of just about everything else. However, if you’re ready for just a bit more guidance, our 10 principles of healthy c

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  3. 13 Best Grilling Tips

    Warm weather (and even cold weather, for some hardy souls) inspires us to cook on the grill. Grilling adds a unique, smoky flavor to foods, and it’s a super-quick cooking method. The grill’s flames can develop rich, complex flavors in standard fare like burgers and chicken and even in less-tradition

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  4. Turkey Buyer's Guide

    Turkey may be the go-to meat to roast for Thanksgiving but there are plenty of other ways to enjoy it year-round. Turkey is high in protein and many cuts are low in fat. Plus its mild flavor makes it endlessly versatile—try substituting turkey for chicken in your favorite recipes, or swap ground tur

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  5. Healthy Seafood Buyer's Guide

    Do your body good—eat fish! Seafood is an excellent source of lean protein and is healthy for your heart. In addition, some types of fish, particularly cold-water species like salmon, tuna, sardines and trout, are rich in omega-3 fats. Studies show that these omega-3 fats may reduce the risk of hear

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  6. Oatmeal Cooking Guide

    Oatmeal is a fabulously healthy morning meal. It’s high in soluble fiber, which may help to lower "bad" LDL cholesterol. Plus oatmeal is a low-glycemic-index (GI) food—and research suggests that eating a low-GI meal before you exercise may help you burn more fat. For a boost of calcium, make oatmeal

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  7. Shopping Tips for When You're Counting Calories

    When you are grocery shopping your goal is to stock up on healthy food and only buy what you truly need. But remember that your supermarket’s goal is to get you to buy as much as possible! Between enticing free samples and displays filled with junk food, you will need to be prepared for temptation.

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  8. Mango Buyer's Guide

    There is nothing quite as refreshing as a cool snack of mango slices. Mangoes are sweet, tasty and a good source of fiber and vitamin A. Here are some tips for selecting mangoes and preparing them at home. Shopping Tip: The ripest mangoes have a sweet fruity aroma at their stem ends and flesh that g

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  9. 6 Tips for a Healthier Thanksgiving

    Thanksgiving is all about abundance. Everyone wants to bring their favorite dish, or needs to have both pumpkin and apple pie (with whipped cream on top). With all the rich choices, there’s a distinct chance that Thanksgiving will turn into overindulgence. You’ll be staggering away from the table, b

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  10. Healthy Cooking Oils Buyer's Guide

    With the large array of cooking oil choices at the supermarket, it is easy to be overwhelmed. Here’s a guide for choosing healthful oils, plus which oils you should always have on hand. All food sources that we think of as "fats"—we’re talking butter, shortening, oils—are made up of fatty acids. The

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