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Eat for restful sleep
Eat for restful sleep. If a good night's sleep is what you crave, there may be a food combination to help. Specialists...
Beans for protein
Beans for protein. To vary your protein sources, eat more beans. Whip up a batch of chili with kidney or pinto beans;...
The fruits of your table
The fruits of your table. Dinner may not typically be known as a fruit-heavy meal, but that shouldn't stop you from...
Cereal versatility
Cereal versatility. To increase your whole-grain intake, it helps to find clever uses for otherwise plain whole-grain...
Boost your fiber intake
Boost your fiber intake. When it comes to whole grains, don't be afraid to try new additions to your meals. Add barley...
Get more fiber
Get more fiber. To boost the amount of whole grains you eat, try simple tricks like stuffing brown rice in green...
Eat more fruit
Eat more fruit. Your local supermarket's produce section may lack substance in the winter, but don't let that...
Sip smart
Sip smart. A moderate amount of alcohol (two drinks a day for men, one for women) may help you unwind and may even be...
Have a healthful treat
Have a healthful treat. Trying to up your calcium intake? Order a latte or cappuccino made with skim milk as an...
Baby steps
Baby steps. If you're trying to make healthful changes to your diet, keep in mind that even small changes will improve...
Food for the Mind, Body & Spirit: FAQs
EatingWell's nutrition experts answer your questions on eating for mind, body & spirit.
Mind, Body & Spirit Diet Guidelines
If you find yourself feeling irritable or sluggish, you may need to tune up your diet. How you eat, and when, can make...
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