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Wouldn't it be great to season your food without adding a lot of fat or salt? Try adding onions! Their lively flavor ranges from sharp to sweet and enhances many dishes, and provides a nutritional boost to boot - high-fiber, low-calorie onions count as a vegetable. Varieties There are...
 
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Do you want your family to eat more nutritious foods but meet resistance when you fix something different? Maybe it's time to get a little sneaky. It's not so much that you have to fool your family into eating healthfully, but habits are hard to break. If you've been...
 
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Nutrition experts from the Food and Nutrition Science Alliance (FANSA) have stated "poor diet and lack of exercise are related to just as many cancer cases as smoking". Since nutritionists agree that eating right, exercise and weight control can reduce cancer risk by 30-40 percent, take control using the tips below. Cancer survivors may also ... April is Cancer Awareness Month
 
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Fresh parsley is so rich in nutrients that it's a shame to use it only as a garnish! A half cup of chopped parsley provides beta carotene, over 50% of the daily value (DV) for vitamin C, 12% DV for folate, 16%?DV vitamin A, 10%?DV for iron, 5% DV...
 
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National Nutrition Month® is a good time to look at your food and lifestyle choices. This year’s theme, “Start Today for a Healthy Tomorrow,” reminds us that even the “small stuff” that you do right now, regardless of your age or medical condition, can lead to a healthier life....