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Eating cookies is a way to literally take in the holiday spirit. Strike a healthful balance so you can enjoy them.
Think they push you hard? You should see what they do to themselves.
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CDC tells consumers not to eat pre-packaged caramel apples.
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Skip frying and try baking. Don’t worry, they will still be crispy.
These treats have 100 calories or less, as well as limited fat and sugar.
Feel like a failure when food goes to waste? Here’s how to use leftovers effectively and deliciously.
These swaps add up to more than 1,000 calories saved, without putting dent in your festive mojo.
Enjoy the seasonal offerings mindfully, stay active and hydrate – but don’t count calories.
No, you’re not doomed to minimal activity. It is possible for sufferers to maintain an active lifestyle.
The holiday season presents many diet challenges. If you’re headed to the mall, here’s some advice.
Put down the knife: An unpeeled apple has nearly double the fiber, 40 more vitamin A and more.
Did you play ping-pong as a kid? It’s still an effective and fun way to work up a sweat.
Broths are full of nutrients, promote gut health and help support skin, hair and nail growth.
Try the meat in a healthful Southwestern hash with bell peppers, potatoes, tomatoes and more.
How to make sure that what you’re giving doesn’t cause someone to take offense.
The real nap-inducers are side dishes: sweet potato casserole, stuffing and double-crust apple pie.
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