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  1. Your Brain on Sugar

    Is sugar worse for you than, say, cocaine? According to a 2012 article in the journal Nature, it's a toxic substance that should be regulated like tobacco and alcohol. Researchers point to studies that show that too much sugar (both in the form of natural sucrose and high-fructose corn syrup) not on

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  2. 12 Ways to Save Money on Food Shopping

    You’re paying more these days not only at the gas pump but also at the grocery store. Blame it on rising oil prices, disappointing crop yields, global warming, or the weak dollar. What it all means is that you need to find smart ways to save. These expert tips and strategies can help you slash your

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  3. Grilled Vegetables Guide

    Cooking vegetables on the grill imparts a delicious smokiness. And if the grill’s already on, why not put some vegetables on too? Here are cooking instructions and seasoning ideas for our favorite vegetables for grilling, but don’t limit yourself to these—grill whatever vegetables you have on hand.

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  4. Essential Kitchen Tools and Cooking Utensils

    To make your kitchen an enjoyable, easy place to work, make sure your tools and ingredients are handy, your sink is cleared out and your work surfaces are clean. Like any good workspace, your kitchen needs good tools. The following recommendations include what you’ll need to cook healthy meals, as w

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  5. Meat & Poultry Cooking Guide

    The best way to make sure meat and poultry are juicy and delicious is to cook them to the proper doneness. When you overcook meat and poultry they dry out and become tough—but you don’t want to undercook them either. The most foolproof way to tell when meat is done, whether you’re roasting, grilling

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  6. Greens Cooking Guide

    Dark leafy greens, such as kale, collards and chard, are nutrient powerhouses—rich in vitamins A, C and K. Look for greens in bunches in the produce section near lettuce; beets are sometimes sold with the greens still attached, but you can often find the greens sold separately as well. One pound of

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  7. A Buyer's Guide to Sugar Substitutes

    According to a recent survey, seven out of 10 adults say they want to reduce or avoid added sugars. To do so, they’re turning to sweeteners that deliver zero or minimal calories. Data from Mintel, a market research group in Chicago, shows that while sales of caloric sweeteners like sugar have been d

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  8. Cooking Oils Guide

    A well- stocked kitchen includes a variety of different oils chosen for characteristics like cost, smoke point, nutritional profile and culinary uses. Regardless of which cooking oil you select, be proud of choosing a liquid over a solid fat, such as shortening or butter. It’s a fairly safe bet that

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  9. 6 Tips for a Better Burger

    Burgers get a bum rap for being unhealthy, and healthier burgers have the reputation of being bland and dry. Here are 6 tips to make a healthy burger taste great. 1. Add flavor and moisture to lean burgers by incorporating other ingredients into the meat mixture, such as sauteed onions and bell pepp

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  10. Egg Buyer's Guide

    With so many labels and terms crowding today’s egg cartons, what used to be the simple task of buying eggs has become confusing. Here's how to make sense of the labels and choose the right eggs for you. Living conditions of ‘cage free’ and ‘free range’ hens usually are considerably better than those

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