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Adequate consumption of long-chain omega-3 fatty acid EPA and DHA (found in fish like salmon, and the algae they eat) may have a protective effect on cognitive ability, with lowest intakes predictive of cognitive decline two years later. This latest research adds to the mounting evidence that die ... Read more

If you’re looking for a tasty alternative to chicken, try four ounces or less of pork tenderloin. When carefully trimmed and prepared properly, pork can be lean (with less than four grams of saturated fat per four ounces), filling and delicious. It really can be part of a nutritious meal. Try mar ... Read more
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The numbers are in, and U.S. butter consumption is at a 40-year high. This is the result of two trends: Americans are moving away from unhealthy trans and other fats found in most margarines, and they’re looking to eat fewer processed foods. But it should still be used sparingly. Cleveland Clinic ... Read more

If you’ve been avoiding nuts because they’re high in fat, stop now! People who eat nuts in moderation (up to two ounces a day) can enjoy a variety of health benefits. Eating nuts makes you less likely to develop heart disease, type 2 diabetes, colon cancer, gallstones and diverticulitis. Nut eate ... Read more

You’ve probably heard that a handful of almonds is a healthy snack, but here’s more convincing proof: People eating 1.5 ounces of dry-roasted, lightly salted almonds every day experienced reduced hunger and improved dietary vitamin E and monounsaturated (“good”) fat intake without seeing any upti ... Read more

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