Monday, April 20, 2015

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High heat can definitely damage the integrity and nutritional value of cooking oils, say food chemists.
The takeout craving at lunch is strong.
Introduce this healthy, homemade dip into your weekly household menu. This classic chickpea spread pairs perfectly with cut up vegetables for a quick and tasty snack or as a sandwich spread in place of mayonnaise.
“Better to have it and not need it than to need it and not have it,” my mom used to say. When it comes to nutrition, this wisdom could apply to the process of building strong bones.
When the sun is still shining when you check out of work, you don’t want to waste your evening in front of a hot stove cooking dinner, do you? Enjoy more outdoor time this spring doing what you enjoy by adding these quick and easy spring recipes to your weekly menu.
Good fat and bad fat and trans fat, OH MY! The great fat debate is on. Here’s some fat facts to help you sort out all the info swarming around you.
Each year, millions of Americans adopt a new diet in an attempt to lose weight. And for the past 20 years, there has been a battle waging for the title of “America’s Healthiest Diet”.
You work hard to stay healthy – you eat right, you work out, but still you wonder, “is it enough?” Well, if you’re not fueling your fabulous machine (your body!) with the correct nutrients before and after your sweat session, you might be short-changing yourself.
Anti-tobacco efforts should focus on these concerns, researchers say
Large study suggests that possibility, but experts call for further research into surprising finding
Large study suggests that possibility, but experts call for further research into surprising finding
Case reports don't prove the medicine caused problems, however
However, other programs haven't done long-term, randomized trials
Can eating fast-food actually benefit you after a grueling workout?
Goal Getter
Bloat, indigestion, gas, constipation – the list goes on and on. No matter what the digestive ailment, we never feel our best when things aren’t ‘moving’ properly. Give this yoga sequence a try to find some relief from gastrointestinal distress and get things moving!
Ancient hunter-gatherers may have equated running skills with reproductive potential