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High in protein, fiber, vitamins and minerals and low in sodium and fat, beans can be magically transformed from a handful of pebbles to a pot full of yum that is low in cost and high in flavor. Beans can be boiled, steamed, slow-cooked and even barbecued, but baking...
 
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Do you wish your family would eat more fruits and vegetables? Like most people, you probably already know they are important sources of essential vitamins and minerals and that they are high in fiber and low in fat and calories. Eating them helps lower the risk of certain diseases...
 
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Breakfast: To Eat or Not To Eat? People trying to lose weight often skip breakfast to cut calories or because they think a morning meal makes them hungry later. "Some people complain that if they eat breakfast, they get hungry during the day," says Rachel Trevethan, MS, RD, LD, of Nutrition Advantage in Dayton, Ohio. ... Breakfast: A Good Start!
 
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Build a Healthy Lifestyle" is the theme for this year's National Nutrition Month. Building a healthy lifestyle really means putting a lot of small “blocks” together to create one strong “structure” for good health. Your blocks are based on adopting a healthy diet, exercising and avoiding habits like smoking...
 
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Kick off a meal with a bowl of soup and score a touchdown of your own this winter! Have a real soup-er bowl when you serve this delicious soup. Just add a salad and it becomes a great meal after the big game. Easy Black Bean Soup 1 large...