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Nutrition

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  • Enhance natural detox defense with a plant-rich diet

    Detoxification diets--lasting anywhere from a few days to a few weeks--are popular among celebrities who want to shed pounds or boost energy. These diets typically involve some kind of restricted eating regimen and sometimes require special supplements or...
  • Embarrassing infatuations with nutrition outcasts

    Embarrassing infatuations with nutrition outcasts
    It looked up at me from the deli cooler in a small-town grocery as I searched for a road-trip lunch to go. The usual, I figured. A turkey sandwich, maybe with cheese if I wanted to go wild. Something nutritious, virtuous, maybe a little boring but...
  • Eggs, gluten, coffee, red meat, potatoes: Do they deserve the insults?

    Eggs, gluten, coffee, red meat, potatoes: Do they deserve the insults?
    With food as with fashion, tastes change. Today, bread cubes dipped in a cheddar cheese fondue seems about as dated as bell bottoms. Nutritional advice changes too. Foods that were once touted as healthful can suddenly gain unsavory reputations, and...
  • Keep the broccoli, lose the cheese [Editorial]

    First ladies aren't normally given to sharp rebukes of Congress, but we can't blame Michelle Obama for being a bit peeved at the efforts of some on Capital Hill to roll back school nutrition standards. At the request of certain special interest groups,...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Vegetables on the breakfast table

    Environmental Nutrition "Eat your vegetables" is oft-repeated advice at the dinner table, but how many times do you hear it at breakfast? While vegetables are not typically at the forefront of Americans' minds when it comes to the first meal of the day,...
  • EATINGWELL: Chili-Roasted Carrots

    Roasted with chili powder and cumin then tossed with cilantro and lime juice, these carrots are bursting with zesty flavor. Serve them with simple roast chicken or pork. Chili-Roasted Carrots Makes 4 servings. Active Time: 15 minutes Total Time: 35...
  • The food police keep giving us conflicting nutritional advice

    I am so confused. If I weren't always so ravenous by mealtime, I'd probably be paralyzed by the conflicting information nutrition experts feed us. Seems to me that the Food Police need to be reprimanded for periodic flip-flops. Make up your mind,...
  • Start the day strong by adding veggies to your breakfast menu

    "Eat your vegetables" is oft-repeated advice at the dinner table, but how many times do you hear it at breakfast? While vegetables are not typically at the forefront of Americans' minds when it comes to the first meal of the day, it can be an ideal...
  • '5 a day' still might not be enough fruit and vegetables, study finds

    '5 a day' still might not be enough fruit and vegetables, study finds
    Not that most people are eating even five servings of fruit and vegetables every day, but it turns out that might not be enough to get the best protection from disease and early death, said researchers who also found that vegetables do more good than...
  • EATINGWELL: Cheesy Polenta and Egg Casserole

    This memorable brunch centerpiece is rich with cheesy polenta, crumbled sausage and baked eggs. Cheesy Polenta and Egg Casserole Serves 6. Active Time: 40 minutes Total Time: 1 hour 5 minutes 1 tablespoon plus 2 teaspoons extra-virgin olive oil,...
  • ENVIRONMENTAL NUTRITION: Kick the diet soda habit

    Environmental Nutrition The debate surrounding the weight loss benefits of drinking diet soda -- more specifically, its artificial sweetener content -- is a hot one. Some experts argue that drinking diet soda instead of its sugar-sweetened counterpart...