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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...
Cereal versatility
Cereal versatility. To increase your whole-grain intake, it helps to find clever uses for otherwise plain whole-grain...
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...
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;...
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...
Don't wait … hydrate!
Don't wait … hydrate! You should drink between 9 and 13 cups of fluids every day; calorie-free water is a great choice...
Savor some soy
Savor some soy. While many shy away from tofu because of its spongy texture, it is a versatile and healthful food—and...
Bask in basil
Bask in basil. The herb's fragrant leaves are a versatile addition to many meals. But don't just limit yourself to...
Walk it off
Walk it off. It's true: 30 minutes of cardio exercise a day can improve your overall health. If the idea of jogging for...
Back away from the bacon bits!
Back away from the bacon bits! Be choosy when it comes to salad toppers. Crunchy onions, bacon bits and seasoned...
Berry delicious
Berry delicious. Raspberries contain antioxidants and are a great source of vitamin C and fiber. Off-season, frozen...
Don't be tricked by food during travel
Don't be tricked by food during travel. However often you fly, prepare in advance so you'll have healthy snacks to eat...
Be picky about pizza
Be picky about pizza. If you can't fight a pizza craving, give in—but put down the phone! Try making your own,...
Sip seltzer
Sip seltzer. If you've been trying to wean yourself off sodas but miss the fizz and flavor when you sip plain water,...
Savor veggie "skins"
Savor veggie "skins." Incorporate the peels of vegetables into your dishes for a nutrition bonus. (Think: mashed...
Conserve (cooking) water
Conserve (cooking) water. When you boil vegetables, water-soluble vitamins (including the B vitamins and vitamin C)...
Top your salad with fruit
Top your salad with fruit. Strawberries, Granny Smith apple slices and pear slices add texture and sweetness to dark...
Custom order
Custom order. If your favorite sandwich shop serves an option that's not quite as healthful as you'd hope (think:...
Make salad a habit
Make salad a habit. Salads are a great way to bang out several veggie servings at once. Plus, research shows that...
Save your nibbles
Save your nibbles. Many restaurants bring out bread (or a similar starter) to nibble on while you're looking over the...
Think protein for a satisfying salad
Think protein for a satisfying salad. If you're going to have "just a salad" for dinner, make sure it's one topped with...
"Wake up" your water
"Wake up" your water. If you have trouble staying hydrated because you don't like the taste of plain water, take a tip...
Stock frozen vegetables
Stock frozen vegetables. Generally, frozen vegetables are just as nutritious as fresh ones. Keep a bag of mixed frozen...
Baby steps
Baby steps. If you're trying to make healthful changes to your diet, keep in mind that even small changes will improve...
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...
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