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Be a trans-fat vigilante
Be a trans-fat vigilante. Not long ago federal rules came into effect that mandate all packaged foods list the amount...
Boost your bean intake, pronto
Boost your bean intake, pronto. Red lentils are a useful addition to your pantry because they cook in just 10 to 15...
Try a papaya
Try a papaya. While spring and summer are their most bountiful season, papayas grow year-round in Hawaii (and some...
Build a better salad
Build a better salad. Start with a base of leafy greens that supply plenty of that "foliage" vitamin, folate—the darker...
Steer clear of PSE pork
Steer clear of PSE pork. If you see a piece of pork sitting in liquid in its package, move on. This pork is called PSE...
Pack along sugar and spice and everything nice
Pack along sugar and spice and everything nice. For a spicy energy mix to bring on the hiking trail or just to eat as a...
Relax with afternoon tea
Relax with afternoon tea. Not just for the British, taking a break from your busy day to sit down to a cup of tea in...
Stick 'em up
Stick 'em up. You'll look at your old turkey-sandwich lunchtime in a whole new light when you trade in your sandwich...
"Watch" what you eat
"Watch" what you eat. Remembering exactly how much food you've eaten once you've cleared your plate can be difficult,...
Make an elegant appetizer
Make an elegant appetizer. Meat doesn't always have to be the main attraction; it can make a great accent to simple...
Get warm and "fuzzy" for apricots
Get warm and "fuzzy" for apricots. Like tomatoes, apricots provide lycopene, an antioxidant associated with reduced...
A new way to load your baked potato
A new way to load your baked potato. Sweet potatoes are a delicious nutrient-dense alternative to white potatoes. They...
Create your own free croutons
Create your own free croutons. Some store-bought croutons can have hidden ingredients and saturated fat, things that...
Whip up a healthy colorful salad
Whip up a healthy colorful salad. Avocados are good for more than guacamole. The full, creamy mouthfeel they offer...
Beet Bliss
Beet Bliss. Beets' deep red/purple pigment is due to the presence of beta cyanin, an antioxidant that may help fight...
Save your speckled bananas
Save your speckled bananas. Don't toss an overripe banana. Bananas obtain brown speckles and patches as they continue...
Get more satisfaction
Get more satisfaction. Always hungry? Try not to go more than five hours without eating, so your appetite stays on an...
Navigate the buffet table
Navigate the buffet table. If you're the type who considers "all you can eat" a rallying cry, try to avoid restaurants...
Go "cocoa-nuts" for these bananas
Go "cocoa-nuts" for these bananas. Use your cocoa powder for more than hot chocolate tonight. Cut a banana into...
Hot cocoa, hotter than ever
Hot cocoa, hotter than ever. Make your favorite hot cocoa using low-fat milk—instead of cream or whole milk—and spice...
Crown your dessert with China's "King of Fruits"
Crown your dessert with China's "King of Fruits." The lychee fruit, whose flesh resembles a grape but tastes slightly...
Keep the doctor away
Keep the doctor away. Apple picking is an exciting way to fill your fruit bowl. Head to a nearby apple orchard: you'll...
Go nuts
Go nuts. Peanuts provide heart-healthy monounsaturated fat and high levels of antioxidants that fight free radicals,...
Shake up soymilk
Shake up soymilk. Do you drink calcium-fortified soymilk? Shake those cartons vigorously before pouring your glass to...
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