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

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

  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. 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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  6. The Girl's Guide to Eating Green

    By Jenny Bailly The Low-Maintenance Greenie You know the healthy-eating basics: Refined carbohydrates, bad. Fresh vegetables, good. But you work long hours and barely have three minutes to nuke a Lean Cuisine, much less sauté an herbaceous medley for dinner. While you like the idea of buying more or

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  7. Best and Worst Smoothies

    Smoothies may seem healthy, but some are super-high in calories. WebMD rates popular smoothie brands.

  8. Fiber: Today's 'It' Ingredient

    Fiber. It's the new all-star ingredient stealing the spotlight in toaster pastries, yogurt, canned soups, even ice cream. Some fiber standbys are bumping up their servings, too. From whole-wheat bread to cereal bars drizzled with dark chocolate, the number of processed foods with extra fiber is grow

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  9. Padma Lakshmi's Secrets

    Bravo's Emmy Award-winning hit cooking competition Top Chef kicked off its sixth season last month, this time under the bright lights of Las Vegas. And once again, model-turned-cookbook-author and now television star Padma Lakshmi is co-host (along with chef Tom Colicchio), both of whom have attract

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  10. Cookbook Review: Hungry Girl 200 Under 200

    WebMD reviews the new Hungry Girl cookbook, Hungry Girl 200 Under 200, a collection of 200 recipes all under 200 calories.

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