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Do you still shun heart-healthy nuts, believing that their fat content is going to expand your waistline? Well, don’t! Research shows that eating nuts in moderation can actually help you maintain your weight. The trick, of course, is figuring out exactly what an appropriate serving looks like — a ... Read more

A diet rich in omega-3s and omega-7’s — both found in fish — may lower the risk of rheumatoid arthritis. One serving of salmon a week: That’s all it takes to lower your risk of rheumatoid arthritis, says a new study in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. Enjoying a single portion of fatty fish ... Read more

Think all olive oil is the same? Just as some ready-to-drink iced teas contain pitifully few polyphenols, the same is true of olive oils. “In the world of healthy living, polyphenols should be your closest allies,” says nutritionist Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD, wellness manager at the Clevela ... Read more
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One of our favorite ways to get a big dose of nutrients in a single serving is by drinking smoothies. Delicious and quick, smoothies can be made with just about any fruit or vegetable under the sun — giving you endless flavor options. Feeling tropical today? How about a banana, mango and pineappl ... Read more

Did you know that just one package or serving of a “trans-fat-free” food may contain nearly half the daily limit of the artery-clogging fat? Americans are advised to eat no more than 1.11 grams of trans fat each day (though no amount of trans fat is safe). Because of labeling guidelines, packaged ... Read more

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