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  1. Recipe Makeovers: 10 Commandments of Healthy Cooking

    'The Recipe Doctor' shares her top recipe lightening tips.

  2. Merry Makeovers: Healthy Holiday Foods

    Happy holidays! Wherever you come from or wherever you're going home to this season, here's how to serve up fare that is both festive and light. Whether your table offerings lean toward Norman Rockwell-worthy all-American, Latino, Jewish, Italian, or German traditions, the time-honored dishes you lo

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  3. How Food Affects Your Moods

    There's more and more research indicating that diet may influence mood. We don't have the whole story yet, but there are some interesting clues.

  4. 13 Diet Foods Worth Buying

    WebMD 'Recipe Doctor' Elaine Magee reveals her favorite good-tasting, low-calorie foods.

  5. The Truth About Tryptophan

    Every year at Thanksgiving, most of us engage in an annual rite of passage: stuffing ourselves mercilessly with turkey, cranberry sauce, and pie. Not a bad way to spend a Thursday.  But inevitably, in that hour between feeling so full you think you'll explode and gearing up for round two with the le

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  6. There's No Beating the Beet

    Before passing on that bowl of borscht, consider the health benefits of its main ingredient: beets. This often unloved veggie contains fiber and potassium and is an excellent source of folate -- just a half cup of cooked beets provides 17% of the recommended daily folate intake -- and, like all vege

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  7. Top Kitchen Tools for Kids

    Do you have a kid who loves to drag a chair over to the kitchen counter to watch you cook? Or are you looking for a way to get a picky eater to try some new foods? Investing in some kids’ cooking tools -- whether they’re age 2 or age 12 -- could have life-long benefits. “By teaching your kids to coo

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  8. Halloween Candy: Lower-Calorie Treats Make Holiday Less Scary

    Which Halloween candy and other treats are lower in calories? WebMD's "Recipe Doctor" investigates.

  9. Pumpkin Recipes Packed With Nutrition

    Jack-o'-lanterns are the symbol of Halloween. But don't overlook pumpkins as a source of nutrition. Pumpkins are loaded with vitamin A and fiber, and low in calories. So don't just buy canned pumpkin for pie; keep it in the pantry to whip up one of these quick, homemade pumpkin recipes: pumpkin muff

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  10. Cranberries: Year-Round Superfood

    We know cranberry sauce as a staple at the holidays, but cranberries are a superfood that you should enjoy all year round. Cranberries have vitamin C and fiber, and are only 45 calories per cup. In disease-fighting antioxidants, cranberries outrank nearly every fruit and vegetable--including strawbe

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