Headshot: Kimberly Holland
Headshot: Kimberly Holland

Kimberly Holland

Kimberly Holland is a senior editor for Allrecipes. Previously, she was the editor of CookingLight.com, and she has been a writer or editor for Southern Living, EatingWell, Real Simple, Healthline, Reader's Digest, Health and more. Her first book is Collagen Handbook: Recipes for Natural Living. She lives in Alabama with her two cats, who are far too demanding on her time.
Is the high-fat, low-carb diet all it's cracked up to be? Learn more about my plan including what I ate, my challenges and successes, plus my overall results, weight loss and takeaways from one month on the keto diet meal plan.
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I've had a sweet tooth for as long as I can remember. Giving up sugar felt a lot like giving up oxygen some days, but I came away with a completely new understanding of cravings and bad habits.
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Chicken thighs are a less expensive and more flavorful alternative to basic chicken breasts. Find out how to cook them perfectly 4 ways—baked, sautéed, grilled and in the Instant Pot.
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Conventional wisdom suggests you can't lose weight after menopause. Research says otherwise.
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Chicken thighs are a less expensive and more flavorful alternative to basic chicken breasts. Find out how to cook them perfectly 4 ways—baked, sautéed, grilled and in the Instant Pot.
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We take a look at everything that happens when you eat sugar—from increased appetite to diabetes and more.
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