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  1. 21 Healthier Fast-Food Meals

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

  2. 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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  3. 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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  4. 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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  5. Cooking Tips From Chef Robert Wiedmaier

    Chef Robert Wiedmaier had built a career -- and a small restaurant empire -- cooking with butter, cream, and other rich staples of Belgian and French cuisine. And it showed, both on the plates he served and on his own frame. That is, until his doctor told him it was time to trim the fat. Wiedmaier,

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  6. Rethinking Bottled Water

    Over the past decade, bottled water has become an ever-present part of American life. You’ll find bottles of Dasani, Poland Spring, Evian, or Aquafina at the gym, in the checkout line at the grocery store, in the office. Sales of bottled water nearly doubled between 1997 and 2007, reaching about $11

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  7. Anatomy of a Cherry

    It may taste sinfully decadent, but this ruby-red fruit is low in calories (one cup has just 90) and packed with nutrition. Cherries have two kinds of antioxidants, quercetin and anthocyanin, which help provide the deep color. Fiber and vitamin C add to this fruit's sweet goodness. Putting more frui

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  8. Foods to Fight Fatigue

    Tired. Drained. Pooped. No matter how you phrase it, you're beat and need to drum up some energy. Generally reported by more women than men, sluggishness can be caused by many things. But experts say poor nutrition is a big culprit. "Food is truly our body's fuel," says Cindy Moore, director of nutr

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  9. 15 Healthy Foods for About $2

    How do you eat a nutritious diet while keeping your grocery budget low? The good news is that some of the cheapest foods from your supermarket are also among the healthiest.

  10. 500-Calorie Soup Menus

    If you're trying to feel full on fewer calories, learn to love soups. Research has shown that people who start a meal with soup eat 20 percent fewer calories over the course of their meal. But don't just think of soup as a starter. These hearty soups include beans, chicken, fish or lean beef so they

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