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  1. 6 Spices and Herbs You Should Be Using

    There’s a whole world of herbs and spices that you might not know about yet. They're easy to find and can help you liven up your food, especially if you're cutting back on salt, fat, or sugar. And that could help your waistline, blood pressure, and overall health. Put these six herbs and spices on y

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  2. A Heart-Healthy Diet: Wining and Dining the Heart

    Wine and chocolate conjure up images of the good life, but they may also be part of a heart-healthy diet. Given the high rates of heart disease among Americans, researchers have taken a close look at numerous foods and supplements -- from fatty fish to vitamin E -- to analyze the ideal ingredients f

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  3. Healthy Cooking Tricks

    If you feel like you're losing the fight against food -- scarfing chips and cookies when you should be munching on carrots -- maybe it's time you learned the rules of healthy eating and healthy cooking. Learning to feel more comfortable in the kitchen can help you feel closer to your food -- and clo

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  4. Yogurt Goes Gourmet

    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, tells you what you need to know when choosing yogurt.

  5. Thanksgiving Turkey Prep: Your Questions Answered

    No matter what else you have to be thankful for this year, you and your guests will be abundantly grateful for a bird that’s well and safely cooked. Below, Toby Smithson, RD, LDN, CDE, a national spokesman for the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics (formerly called the American Dietetic Association)

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  6. Three (New) Ways to Cook Chicken

    The bird is the word when it's time to serve healthy meals everyone will love.  Grandma was right: Chicken is good food. Tasty, versatile, and kid-friendly, chicken is chock-full of important nutrients and provides a concentrated dose of protein, offering more per ounce than beef or pork. In fact, 4

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  7. Three Top Chefs Share Their Holiday Recipes

    For a fresh take on festive foods, we asked Iron Chef Cat Cora, Mom-a-licious chef Domenica Catelli, and our own nutrition expert Carolyn O'Neil, MS, RD, for the family holiday recipes they return to most often. The result? Dishes that transform familiar tastes from "same old" to "something special.

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  8. The Truth About Kale

    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, describes the many nutritional perks of kale.

  9. Cinnamon: Ten Fun Facts

    Cinnamon comes from: Cinnamon sticks, also called "quills," are the dried bark of an evergreen tree. Types of cinnamon: There are two main types of cinnamon: Cassia (Chinese) and Ceylon, the sweeter variety. World's largest producer of cinnamon: Sri Lanka. Strangest use of cinnamon: Cinnamon was use

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  10. Winter Menus: Bright Orange Produce

    Like wintry gray skies, could your winter menus use a little brightening? Think the vivid produce of winter: Oranges, tangerines, pumpkins, and butternut squash. Not only do these colorful fruits and veggies brighten your winter cooking, they're packed with nutrients, too. Winter is the time for fre

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