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Write what you bite
Write what you bite. If middle-aged spread is creeping up on you—literally—try writing down what you eat in a food...
Tea-riffic breath
Tea-riffic breath. If you're too full after dinner for dessert, cap the meal with a cup of unsweetened black tea....
Add spice for something nice
Add spice for something nice. Add a pinch of cloves to your favorite quickbread or pumpkin pie recipe for extra...
Become a chocolate connoisseur
Become a chocolate connoisseur. If you need a chocolate fix, treat yourself to a small square of dark chocolate....
Redefine your refined breakfast
Redefine your refined breakfast. Studies show that eating a breakfast of whole grains helps sustain mental focus better...
Sweet snacks that pack nutrition
Sweet snacks that pack nutrition. If you're diabetic, sugar can be counted just like any other carbohydrate, but since...
Free Food!
Free Food! Every college student's dream phrase, and now it should be yours, too, because "free" foods have 0 carb...
Sip smarter
Sip smarter. The average 12-ounce can of regular soda supplies about 150 calories and 38 grams of carbohydrate—the...
Hike the fiber hill
Hike the fiber hill. Americans only get 10 to 15 grams of fiber per day. This is half of the recommended intake (which...
Fabulous high-fiber fruits
Fabulous high-fiber fruits. Eating a variety of fruits is a great way to get more fiber. Try including these top three...
Have trouble digesting milk? Try yogurt
Have trouble digesting milk? Try yogurt. Research suggests that many people who are not able to properly digest lactose...
Read for secret (lactose-containing) ingredients
Read for secret (lactose-containing) ingredients. Although milk and foods made from milk are the only natural sources...
Water, water, everywhere
Water, water, everywhere: Drink more fluids to prevent constipation. Water, particularly when you consume it with...
Good bacteria for your gut?
Good bacteria for your gut? Probiotics are "friendly" bacteria found in the gut that help us digest foods and fight...
Read beyond "low-fat"
Read beyond "low-fat." Even foods that claim to be "low-fat" may contribute significantly to fat intake if you eat more...
Get fiber
Get fiber. Research suggests that increasing soluble fiber intake by 5 to 10 grams each day may result in a 5 percent...
Eat eggs, in moderation
Eat eggs, in moderation. Eggs are no longer on the cholesterol blacklist. The daily recommended cholesterol limit is...
Start the day right
Start the day right. Choose hot or cold breakfast cereals, such as oatmeal and oat bran, that have about 2 grams of...
Double cholesterol whammy
Double cholesterol whammy. Dietary cholesterol can elevate your blood cholesterol levels, but saturated fat has an even...
Know your sources of trans fat
Know your sources of trans fat. Since 2006, the FDA has required food manufacturers to list reportable amounts of trans...
Nutty ways to keep bones strong
Nutty ways to keep bones strong. While dairy products deliver the biggest hits of calcium—a nutrient needed for strong...
Look beyond yogurt and milk
Look beyond yogurt and milk. The best sources of calcium are dairy foods, particularly because they also contain...
Bank on beta carotene for strong bones
Bank on beta carotene for strong bones. Vitamin A plays a role in maintaining strong bones—but when it comes to bone...
Strong bones…oh, K!
Strong bones…oh, K! Yup. Vitamin K is an important activator of three proteins essential to bone health. Just one daily...
Flex those muscles
Flex those muscles. In addition to eating a healthful diet, weight-bearing exercise, such as walking, aerobics,...
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