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  1. 10 Healthy Holiday Party Tips

    Throwing a fabulous holiday party? If you want people to have a good time, but you also want to keep things on the healthier side, you can still win over your guests. Cement your status as a legendary host or hostess with these 10 surefire tips. 1. Offer a signature guilt-free drink. Make a cocktail

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  2. Healthier Holiday Cookies

    Holiday cookies come around only once a year. They're nearly impossible to resist. But you could be nibbling your way to something worse than coal in your stocking. When faced with a tray full of temptation, reach for cookies with oats, nuts, or fruit. "You'll at least get some fiber," says register

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  3. Halfway Homemade: Easy Holiday Side Dishes

    On the run this holiday season? Save time in the kitchen with some fun, festive, and fast side dishes to round out your table. Nutritionist Layne Lieberman, RD, has some ideas. “Rather than slaving over a hot stove, choose simple, seasonal, and healthy recipes. Use shortcuts when they save time and

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  4. 3 Ways to Cook Eggs

    Is the egg a super-food or a dietary devil? New research may help unscramble the answer. A recent analysis of egg studies found that healthy people who included eggs in their diets showed no increased risk of heart disease or stroke. Eggs do have cholesterol (186 milligrams apiece), but that's not a

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  5. Cheap and Easy Recipes and Dinner Ideas

    It’s crunch time for family food budgets these days. To lessen the pressure on your purse, here are 10 ideas for lunch or dinner entrees you can make for about $5 apiece.

  6. 10 Best Fast Food Meals

    WebMD 'Recipe Doctor' Elaine Magee picks her favorite healthy fast food meals.

  7. 21 Healthier Fast-Food Meals

    There are some healthier fast-food options out there. You just need to know how to order.

  8. Health Benefits of Green Tea

    Green tea is so good for you that it's even got some researchers raving. "It's the healthiest thing I can think of to drink," says Christopher Ochner, PhD. He's a research scientist in nutrition at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital.  Of course, no one food will protect you from di

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  9. 3 Ways to Cook Scallops

    Famous for their delicate flavor and buttery texture, scallops are the ultimate "starter seafood," says chef and conservationist Barton Seaver. He is director of the Healthy and Sustainable Food Program at Harvard School of Public Health. Scallops are also easy to prepare at home. These nutritious d

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  10. 3 Ways to Cook Wild Rice

    If there were a museum of the world's healthiest foods, wild rice might occupy a quiet, forgotten corner. "It's become less popular, and I rarely meet people who eat wild rice," says chef and nutritionist Gavin Pritchard, RD, CDE, of Greenwich Hospital in Connecticut. But, he adds, they really shoul

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