Cooking

When it comes to fruits and vegetables, more is certainly better. With the latest nutrition research from the UK suggesting TEN (versus 5) servings of fruits and vegetables daily in reducing risk of early death and chronic illness, many people may be wondering how to work them all in.(1)...
 
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In a fruit and vegetable rut with the same old banana for breakfast, apple for lunch, and green beans for dinner? That is not too bad. But consider that you can shake it up a little with the kitchen hacks we share here. Cooking greens will surprise you with their versatility and nutritional pedigree! Cooking ... Kitchen Hack: Add Bold Flavor AND Impressive Nutrients to Your Meals
 
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Cruciferous vegetables are being researched for their cancer-inhibiting phytochemicals. Here is an update from cancer.gov about them. Cruciferous vegetables are a part of the Brassica genus of plants and include these vegetables: Arugula Bok choy Broccoli Brussels sprouts Cabbage Cauliflower Collard greens Horseradish Kale Radishes Rutabaga Turnips Watercress Wasabi...
 
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Pulses are getting more respect these days. Because they are an economical source of protein, they were once thought of as poor man’s food. Today people of all income levels around the globe love them for their great taste, versatility, sustainability and health-boosting nutrition. Aim to eat several servings...
 

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Food and Health

Here's a closer look at a few ways you can maximize the impact of the Dietary Guidelines for Americans during the summer months...