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  • EATINGWELL: Baked Mac and Cheese

    Mac and cheese can be a true comfort on a gloomy day, and our healthy update takes advantage of extra-sharp Cheddar balanced with creamy low-fat cottage cheese and tucks a layer of spinach into the middle, which may help picky eaters down their...
  • Vitamins don't make Girl Scout cookies healthful

    Vitamins don't make Girl Scout cookies healthful
    Fortified foods aren’t exactly new. In 1941, the makers of Wonder Bread first started adding vitamins to their highly processed white bread. Post Golden Crisp cereal gets more than half its calories from sugar, but darned if it isn’t fortified...
  • Five Reasons to Fall for The Lehigh Valley

    Five Reasons to Fall for The Lehigh Valley
    Healthy ideas to feel your best this autumn 1. GET OUTSIDE The fall season brings with it plenty of cool, crisp air and vibrant fall foliage – making it the perfect time for outdoor activities. The comfortable temperatures make it ideal for a...
  • All About Food: Is 'gluten-free' worth the liberation?

    All About Food: Is 'gluten-free' worth the liberation?
    Many people today are looking for a healthier lifestyle, and that includes eating products that are being touted, rightly or wrongly, as healthy: for instance, acai berries, Pom Wonderful and gluten-free foods. The phrase "gluten-free" is showing up...
  • Vitamin D disappoints in trial for infant diarrhea

    Vitamin D disappoints in trial for infant diarrhea
    NEW YORK (Reuters Health) - Heavy supplementation of vitamin D did not reduce diarrheal illnesses among children aged three and younger in a large trial conducted in Kabul, Afghanistan. The results are disappointing in light of a body of research that...
  • EatingWell: Side-step healthy-eating obstacles during the holidays

    The holiday season can be nutty. Between all the concerts, parties, decorating and entertaining, you may not be quite as in tune with what, and how much, you're eating. Arm yourself with these stay-healthy strategies to maintain--not gain--weight during...
  • Fit Friday: A fruit pizza recipe for the kids

    Fit Friday: A fruit pizza recipe for the kids
    SPRINGFIELD, Mo. - It can sometimes be tough to get kids to enjoy eating healthy, but Noah Alldredge with Big Time Results shows KY3's Paul Adler a great sweet treat that combines a variety of fruit. Sweet Dream Pizza is a perfect treat for the kids...
  • Ask the Pet Expert: Switching to dog food

    Ask the Pet Expert: Switching to dog food
    I've been feeding my 6-month-old Golden retriever puppy food, but the trainer we've started working with says regular dog food is fine and might help calm her down a little. What are the benefits of puppy food vs. dog food, and when should I switch?...
  • After breast cancer, high-fat dairy foods raise risk of death

    After breast cancer, high-fat dairy foods raise risk of death
    Women who have ever had breast cancer might want to back away from the brie, the butter and the black cherry (and every other flavor) ice cream. According to a study of 1,893 women, breast cancer survivors who average as little as one serving per day of...
  • Drinking plenty of fluids reduces the risk of kidney stones

    Q: I've developed kidney stones. Is there anything I might be eating or drinking that could have caused them? I drink two to three cups of mint tea daily--could that be the problem? A: First and foremost, be sure you drink plenty of fluids every day...
  • Doctors disagree on value of Vitamin D supplements

    Q: I'm 70 years old. Should I be taking a vitamin D supplement? A: Vitamin D is essential to maintain bone health. A below-normal blood level increases your risk of osteoporosis, falls and fractures. As many as 1 out of 3 people in the United States have...