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Chocolate as Health Food

Did you know that chocolate can actually boost your heart health?

Curb Emotional Eating

When you hit the fridge after rough day, you may be engaged in emotional eating and pay the consequences.

Clean Routine for Fruits and Veggies

Food-borne illnesses from fruits and veggies have more than doubled over the past 10 years.

Dynamic D

Many health-conscious folks advocating superdoses of vitamin, but how much D do you really need?

Eat Like a Cardiologist

Eating healthfully can help prevent heart disease, but not everyone’s sure how to get started.

Gluten-Free Diets

Learn about foods to avoid, as well as those you can enjoy.

Pack This, Not That

Plan ahead so you have nutritious food on hand and can offer two or more daily servings of fruits and veggies in your child's school lunch.

Reading Food Labels

Knowing what you're eating is the first step toward a more nutritious diet.

Shake the Salt Habit

Did you know that the American Heart Association has lowered its recommended daily sodium intake from 2,000 mg to 1,500 mg?

The Skinny on Fat - Healthy vs. Unhealthy

Not all fats are created equal. Learn about the good, the bad, and the ugly.

Tips for Eating Healthy

These simple ideas can make your food work better for you.

Weight Loss Tips

Lay the groundwork for long-term, healthy weight loss.

Whole Grains and Fiber

Finding high-fiber foods you enjoy is a key to long-term health.

Winter Weight Loss

Whether you want to commune with nature or get a healthy dose of retail therapy at the mall, the following winter walks are a fun way to get and stay fit.

Win the Battle of the Bulge

You really can beat the urge to pack on the pounds this winter, here’s how.

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