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You don’t need to cut out dessert, especially if you avoid pre-sweetened yogurts and cans of soda.
Don’t fear brown, black, red and wild rice. These varieties are versatile, nutritious and filling.
A reader wants to know whether the pills live up to their promise of preventing heart disease.
If your diet and exercise resolutions are a failure, a philosopher suggests changing your mind-set.
Juices and smoothies are tasty and convenient, but chewing your food has some important benefits.
If you face a time crunch when it comes to meal prep, think ahead.
Fresh ingredients transform this dish to a nutritious winner.
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Try to avoid telling yourself: “I worked out so hard. I deserve a treat!” Instead, try adjusting your attitude.
Cheaper and safer than downhill skiing, it is also a terrific upper- and lower-body workout.
Do you find yourself throwing out lots vegetables or fruits you can’t finish?
DVD makers are learning to go with the flow in a world that expects streaming video.
Clear away the diet fads this year. Focus instead on making changes that stand the test of time.
Keep an eye out for macha and kelp, ‘white food’ that’s good for you, and more of those new, ancient grains.
With a little preparation (and a couple layers of clothing), you can make the most of cold-weather training.
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