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Shoppers’ Guide: Salad Dressings

Whether you’re having a big salad as a meal or a small side salad with your meal, how you choose to top your salad could make the difference between an uber-healthy bowl of veggies or a bowl of fat, sugar, and/or salt along with a few greens. There’s no arguing

Natural Remedies and Vitamins for Anxiety and Panic Attacks

Natural Remedies and Vitamins for Anxiety and Panic Attacks

By using the natural remedies and vitamins for anxiety and anxiety and panic attacks described below, you can treat the underlying root cause of these mood disorders and get lasting relief.

Medical research has confirmed three notable causes of panic attacks and anxiety in women: serotonin deficiency, low vitamin B6 levels,

Cooking with Crucifers: Delicious Vegetable Side Dish Ideas

Cruciferous vegetables are high in several nutrients and can play a significant role in maintaining your health. These vegetables, which include cabbage, broccoli, Brussels sprouts, kale, kohlrabi, cauliflower, turnips, collard greens, watercress, radishes, and rutabaga, “are a rich source of fiber, vitamins A, C, K, and folate, and minerals like

Is Peanut Butter Healthy?

Is Peanut Butter Healthy?

Many of us can recall the excitement of opening our lunch box at school and discovering that Mom packed our favorite sandwich—peanut butter and jelly. That classic combination of creamy, sweet, and sometimes crunchy flavor is an American childhood favorite. And even if you’re no longer eating PB&J sandwiches for

How to Get the Best Cooking Results with Whole Grains

There are numerous reasons why the 2015-2020 Dietary Guidelines for Americans suggests that you make half your daily grain servings whole grains. Quinoa, brown rice, barley, oats, and other whole grains deliver more nutrients than refined grains, and because of their nutrient density, studies have linked whole-grain consumption to better

Eating to Improve Your Heart

Many risk factors for heart disease, such as high blood pressure, high cholesterol, and type 2 diabetes, can be improved with changes in diet. Accompanied by a healthy exercise regimen, the suggestions below may even help some people reduce the number and/or dosage of medications they take.
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Vegetables: To Cook or Not to Cook

Vegetables are an excellent source of vitamins, minerals, phytochemicals, and fiber, and health-conscious consumers naturally want to know how to get the most nutritional impact from these powerful foods. “Nutritionally, there are pluses and minuses to cooking vegetables,” says Helen Rasmussen, PhD, RD, a senior research dietitian at Tufts’ Jean

Mediterranean-Style Diet May Be Best to Help Fight Depression

Recommendations to follow a healthy diet have usually been extended to help reduce the risk of obesity and its accompanying complications, such as heart disease and type 2 diabetes. But recent research finds that your emotional health depends on eating the right kinds of foods and reducing your intake of

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