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  1. Peppers and Your Health

    Peppers -- hot or not -- may do more than round out your omelet, spice up your salsa, and make for a colorful stir-fry. They help you get some of your daily vitamins and contain compounds that may be linked to weight loss, pain reduction, and other benefits. Peppers, by the way, are fruits, not vege

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  2. Quick Healthy Meals for Busy Families

    Providing quick and healthy meals is the ultimate challenge for harried parents. Your kids are always on the go, and you have many demands on your time. Family meals are no longer unhurried affairs, but that doesn’t diminish their importance. In fact, family meals are probably more essential than ev

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  3. The Truth About Coconut Water

    Kathleen Zelman, MPH, RD, weighs on in the health beneifts of coconut water.

  4. Are You Getting Enough Potassium?

    Potassium is a key player in good health, but you may not be getting enough from food. Here’s how potassium contributes to good health, and how to get the potassium you need. Potassium is part of every cell in the body, and life would be impossible without it. However, potassium is often taken for g

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  5. Stevia FAQ

    Stevia rebaudiana is a shrub native to South America. Its leaves have been used there for centuries to sweeten beverages. It is also an approved food additive in other countries, including Japan, Brazil, and China.  In the U.S., stevia products were long sold as dietary supplements -- but not as a f

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  6. Six Healthy Facts About the Tomato

    Early fall tomatoes can be a special treat, as they bring with them the sharp smell and sweet taste of late summer. They also bring a nice serving of vitamins and antioxidants.  Read on to learn more about the tempting tomato -- then try our even more tempting recipe for Sinfully Delicious Tomato Ga

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  7. Make Over Your Kitchen

    Healthy eating is a beautiful thing. And it's not that difficult. A little planning -- and careful shopping -- go a long way. "You can have healthy meals, and prepare them quickly and easily, as long as you have the right ingredients on hand," says Karen Cullen, PhD, assistant professor of behaviora

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  8. Are Some Eggs Safer Than Others?

    On the heels of the latest egg recall, salmonella concerns are at an all-time high. More than 500 million eggs from Iowa's Hillandale Farms and Wright County Egg have been recalled in the nationwide investigation of a salmonella outbreak. The outbreak has sickened more than 1,000 people. Consumers h

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  9. Spices and Herbs: Their Health Benefits

    Common herbs and spices may help protect against certain chronic conditions, such as cancer, diabetes, and heart disease. Herbs, including basil and parsley, are from plants and plant parts. Spices often come from the seeds, berries, bark, or roots of plants. Seasonings, such as cinnamon, often lead

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  10. 9 Brown-Bag Lunch Tips for Grownups

    Tired of the same-old, same-old work lunch? WebMD 'Recipe Doctor' Elaine Magee shares her tips for packing a brown-bag lunch you'll enjoy.

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