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  1. The Healthy Pantry

    While a good shopping list is the key to a quick and painless trip to the supermarket, a well-stocked pantry is the best way to ensure you’ll have everything you need to cook once you get home. EatingWell’s Healthy Pantry includes many of the items you need to prepare the recipes in this book plus a

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  2. Secrets to Making Power Salads

    When you hear "I’ll just have a salad," you probably assume that’s a healthy choice. But salads at restaurants, loaded with dressing and cheese, often pack in far more calories than anyone needs in a single meal—according to research by the American Institute for Cancer Research. Loaded with too muc

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  3. Gluten Free Diet: Guide to Grains and Starches

    For those who have celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten, following a gluten free diet means giving up many grains, pastas, cereals and processed foods. There are, however, tasty grain and starch alternatives to wheat and other sources of gluten. Here our nutrition experts offer a handy list of

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  4. Guide to Freezing Fresh Produce

    It is no secret that fresh tomatoes and berries taste better during their summer peak seasons. Freezing produce to preserve it at its most flavorful can you help enjoy it all year long. Here are some easy tips for freezing your favorite fresh vegetables and fruits. The best vegetables to freeze are

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  5. Chicken Buyer's Guide

    In an impressive statistic, reports say that the average American buys 85 pounds of chicken a year . And with good reason: chicken is a good source of protein and low in fat and calories, particularly sans skin and unbreaded. But simple succulence, economy and sheer versatility are the fundamental r

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  6. Pork Buyer's Guide

    Pork is an excellent source of many nutrients, including thiamin, niacin and riboflavin and vitamin B6, and a good source of zinc and potassium. Unlike the pork of yore, today’s pigs have been bred to be lean, which makes pork a healthy choice—and also makes it trickier to cook. It dries out when ov

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  7. Beef Buyers Guide

    If you love beef there are plenty of good reasons to keep it in your diet. Just be choosy about the cuts you buy—some are lean while others are loaded with fat. Reasonably sized portions of lean cuts of beef are a great source of protein and delicious complement to vegetables. Few foods provide as m

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  8. Winter Fruits and Vegetables Guide

    Colorful grapefruit, oranges, sweet potatoes and winter squash add flavor and nutrients to winter dishes. Round out a meal with a side of vitamin-rich winter squash or sweet potatoes. For an immune-boosting snack or dessert, grab a juicy orange or grapefruit. This handy guide offers information on p

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  9. How I Got My Mom to Love Okra

    When Liz Williams was little, there was one vegetable her otherwise produce-loving mother couldn’t stand: okra. "She called it slimy and disgusting," Williams says. "So I just assumed she was right." But her Louisiana-born father loved the veggie. For a family picnic outing, he brought along a jar o

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  10. Dietitians' Top 10 Diet Tips

    Dietitians from all over the country share some favorite diet tips that they use in their own lives.

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