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What Are Healthy Fats?

What Are Healthy Fats?

“Fats”: It’s not a four-letter word. Research has shown that with fats, it’s not the amount as much as the type that has the most significant impact on your health. In fact, eating foods that contain certain types of fats—healthy fats—is encouraged. So… what are healthy fats?

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Get Flax Friendly!

The Folklore. Flaxseeds (flax), tiny and unassuming, may not garner a second glance, but this humble little seed is a big crowd pleaser. One of the oldest cultivated crops, flaxseed has been fully utilized by ancient civilizations. Egyptian mummies were wrapped in linen cloth made from the flax plant. Equally

How and When to Do a Multivitamin

How and When to Do a Multivitamin

More than one in three Americans take a multivitamin supplement, according to the National Institutes of Health, with most multivitamin users citing improved health or prevention of chronic disease as their main reasons. However, in 2014, the U.S. Preventive Services Task Force said the evidence didn’t support taking—or avoiding—multivitamins.

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Nutrition Then and Now

Advice about how to eat for good health sometimes changes. To you, it may seem like scientists can’t make up their minds. What’s really happening is that scientists are continually learning new things about nutrition and health through research studies. Experts modify dietary guidance based on the totality of scientific

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Nutrition Gives You an Edge
Healthy eating habits can help keep you energized and ready to be active. What, when, and how much you eat can greatly affect your ability to perform different physical activities, not to mention your ability to maintain good health. The composition of your meals and snacks,

Pair Beans and Grains for Good Health

Beans and grains have sustained cultures around the world for centuries. The pairing of the two began out of necessity, due to shortages of animal protein and abundant plant foods during the earliest days of agriculture, but has long since become a sustained marriage that has shaped culinary tradition, from

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