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  1. Top Chef's Mike Isabella Cooks a Family Holiday Feast

    Long before he stole the show as runner-up on Bravo's Top Chef All-Stars last season with his pepperoni sauce epiphany, Mike Isabella was just another Italian-American kid in North Jersey who loved his grandmother's cooking. Every Christmas Day, Isabella's family would gather at his Aunt Connie's ho

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  2. The Truth About Sugar

    Recently, talk show host Ellen DeGeneres declared that she was going on a sugar cleanse, purging her diet of all refined sugars to boost her well-being. While naturally occurring sugars, such as the kind found in sugar snap peas, were still OK to eat, no one was going to catch Ellen letting a Bundt

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  3. The Truth About Red Meat

    Does eating red meat increase the risk of dying from heart disease or cancer? It’s a question that keeps coming up, fueled by research and high-profile campaigns by advocacy groups on both sides of the debate. WebMD asked the experts, looking for answers about disease risk, health benefits, and what

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  4. Coffee and Your Health

    Coffee may taste good and get you going in the morning, but what will it do for your health? A growing body of research shows that coffee drinkers, compared to nondrinkers, are: less likely to have type 2 diabetes, Parkinson's disease, and dementia have fewer cases of certain cancers, heart rhythm p

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  5. 17 Best and Worst Fast-Food Salads

    Looking for a healthy, low-calorie salad? WebMD 'Recipe Doctor' Elaine Magee lists her picks for the healthiest (and unhealthiest salads) from top fast-food chains.

  6. 8 Healthy Facts About Apricots

    Apricot Origins Apricots originated in Asia more than 4,000 years ago, migrating to Persia and the Mediterranean before Spanish explorers brought them to the United States. Apricot Calories One apricot has only 17 calories. Apricots and Fertility In China, apricots were called "moons of the faithful

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  7. Tips for Reaping the Benefits of Whole Grains

    Eating more whole grains is an easy way to make your diet healthier. Whole grains are packed with nutrients including protein, fiber, B vitamins, antioxidants, and trace minerals (iron, zinc, copper, and magnesium). A diet rich in whole grains has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, type

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  8. Lower-Calorie Summer Fast Food Picks

    It’s summertime, and the living is supposed to be easy. So the last thing you want to do is spend a lot of time in the kitchen, right? If you don’t want to spend a lot of money, either, you may well find yourself at a fast-food restaurant. But all those fast-food calories could end up making things

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  9. 10 Tasty Alternatives to Your Favorite Salty Foods

    Elaine Magee, MPH, RD, discusses salt and sodium in foods, satisfying alternatives, and how much sodium is too much.

  10. Recipe Rx: 3 Ways to Cook Pork

    If the word "pork" brings to mind fatty indulgences like bacon and ham, think again. Pork tenderloin is a surprisingly healthy option. "The beauty of pork is that over the years farmers have bred it to be leaner and leaner," says Debra Krummel, PhD, RD, endowed professor of nutrition at the Universi

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