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What makes up a serving of vegetables and how many servings do you need in a day?
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If you're trying to figure out how to eat more vegetables, like so many of us, or you're wondering how to to get kids to eat more vegetables, we have some creative solutions for you—breakfast included. Here are 7 tips for incorporating more veggies into your eating pattern.
These recipes can be made ahead of time for easy grab-and-go breakfasts or can be quickly whipped up in minutes.
It's time to put down your phone and focus on your food.
From organic chicken to free-range chicken, learn how to buy poultry that meets your healthy standards.
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If you're looking to tidy up your diet and kitchen, try these simple steps.
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Join us as we commemorate what we've cooked, eaten and shared with you in our 30 years at the intersection of food and health.
Our handy guide includes prep instructions and complete nutritional analyses for our favorite vegetables for roasting.
If you're looking to tidy up your diet and kitchen, try these simple steps.
Join us as we commemorate what we've cooked, eaten and shared with you in our 30 years at the intersection of food and health.
Our handy guide includes prep instructions and complete nutritional analyses for our favorite vegetables for roasting.
Make your garden produce last all year long.
Find out the health benefits of including colorful fruits and vegetables in your diet.
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Grow these uncommon herb varieties in your garden to save money and infuse your cooking with unique flavor.
As summer berries disappear, there's more room for a whole new harvest of fruit.
It's time to start planning your next summer cookout.
Treat dad to a gift he'll love this year. After all, he deserves to be pampered too!
From what grill to pick to how to light it up, we've got you covered with this guide.
Stocking your kitchen with these meatless staples will make impromptu meals easier.
Don't let one missing ingredient stop you from baking.
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We show you 4 ways to cook zucchini—grill, roast, steam and sauté. Plus, get information on zucchini nutrition and how to pick, store and grow zucchini.
Expert tips on how to brew a sustainable cup of joe.
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The natural sweetener is valued as a vegan alternative to honey and touted for its low glycemic index.
Certain types of fat could keep weight off, while others may make you gain. We've got the details.
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Diabetes can be overwhelming, so start with the basics. After all, you can't address what you don't understand. Whether you're newly diagnosed or just stumped on a particular topic, we've compiled some of the most important information about diabetes that will help you take control and live a healthier life.