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Apple Buyer's Guide

Sweet, tangy, juicy and flavorful, the apple is nature’s perfect treat, especially when you’re lucky enough to pick them straight off the tree in the fall. Plus, you can feel good about eating them—apples are low in calories and are a good source of fiber, particularly the...

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Guide to Cooking 20 Vegetables

If you want more fiber, nutrients and antioxidants in your diet—eat more vegetables! We know it’s tough to expand your vegetable vocabulary when you don’t know how to cook unfamiliar varieties, so we’ve compiled this cooking guide for 20 of our favorite vegetables. Click on...

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12 Quick Tips for Eating the Mediterranean Way

The Mediterranean Diet has a reputation for being one of the world’s healthiest. And with good right: Studies have shown that sticking to Mediterranean eating patterns—lots of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and olive oil and little red meat—offers a wealth of...

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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...

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A Buyer's Guide to Indian Foods and Spices

Although the spice techniques used by Indian cooks may seem intimidating at first glance, they provide tantalizing layers of flavors in a matter of seconds. Arm yourself with some of the following pointers, and you will be well prepared to cook the Indian way.

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Gluten-Free Diet: Guide to Grains & Starches

For those who have celiac disease or are sensitive to gluten, following a gluten-free diet means giving up many grains, pastas, cereals and processed foods. There are, however, tasty grain and starch alternatives to wheat and other sources of gluten. Here our nutrition...

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A Buyer's Guide to Milk Alternatives

Nine out of 10 glasses of milk consumed in the United States come from cows, but increasingly, Americans are “milking” other options. For instance, sales of goat’s milk more than doubled from 2003 to 2007 and the demand for “alterna-milks” (made from soy, rice, almond and...

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