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  1. Gluten-Free Cooking and Baking

    Maybe you've been advised to eliminate gluten from your diet to manage celiac disease. Or perhaps you have health problems, including fatigue and abdominal pain, caused by sensitivity to gluten and called gluten intolerance. Whatever the reason for avoiding gluten, chances are you'll need to learn y

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  2. 2014 Girl Scout Cookies: Calories, Fat, and More

    Hooked on Thin Mints? Can't wait for Samoas? What to know about Girl Scout cookies, including calories, fat, and serving sizes.

  3. What's in Your Olive Oil?

    Olive oil is touted for its health benefits in many diet books and recipes. But is it really the nectar of the gods that it’s made out to be -- and is the olive oil in your pantry as healthy as you think it is? In his book Extra Virginity: The Sublime and Scandalous World of Olive Oil, author Tom Mu

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  4. Top Shared Stories of 2011

    Some things are too important to keep to yourself. You tell your friends and family right away, because they need it to stay safe or because you know it's a topic they follow.  Tweet it, post it, email it -- you pass it along. This year, potential health risks -- especially about food -- topped WebM

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  5. Tool Talk: Five Cool Gifts for Cooks

    Some of the best gifts you can give (or receive) are those that encourage people to get back into their kitchens and feel excited about it. Why? Because good tools make cooking faster, simpler, and more pleasurable, which translates into better eating habits. After all, it's hard to get our kids to

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  6. Are You Getting Enough Vitamin D?

    Vitamin D is a star nutrient these days, as research links it to numerous health benefits. Studies suggest vitamin D may go beyond its well-established role in bone health and reduce the risk of cancer, heart disease, stroke, diabetes, autoimmune diseases, and more. What makes vitamin D unique is th

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  7. Ghoulishly Healthy Halloween Snacks

    It's Halloween week, and that candy you've bought to be prepared for the kids is slowly devouring your best intentions. What can do you to fight off those ghastly urges? Give yourself permission to eat something healthy that's still in the spirit of the day. Here are four yummy "treats" that will he

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  8. Guess Who's Coming to Dinner?

    With the holiday season right around the corner, it’s time to send out those dinner invitations -- and start dreaming up what dishes to prepare. Favorite family recipes will be the stars and are likely to be a big hit. But what if you have guests with dietary restrictions? What can you serve, what's

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  9. Mushrooms: What's Edible, Medicinal, and Psychedelic

    Andrew Weil, MD, is a huge fan of mushrooms. A longtime mushroom hunter, he seeks them out because of their taste and health benefits. And Weil, founder and director of the Arizona Center for Integrative Medicine at the University of Arizona Health Sciences Center, likes to share his enthusiasm for

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  10. Kathleen Zelman: What's in My Fridge?

    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, shares her secrets for a well-stocked refrigerator.

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