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  • Marathon ready: Chicken stir-fry with broccoli and green beans

    Marathon ready: Chicken stir-fry with broccoli and green beans
    Looking to get more heart-healthy veggies and protein into your runners’ diet? Think stir-fry. It’s best to have all your ingredients chopped and at the ready for this speedy recipe — it cooks to a delicious crunch in just a few...
  • Health column: What to eat to improve your bone health

    Health column: What to eat to improve your bone health
    Nutrition and bone, muscle and joint health are closely related. A healthy diet can help prevent and manage osteoporosis and related musculoskeletal disorders by assisting in the production and maintenance of bone. If you are not getting the right...
  • Sample these 4 uncommon (and fabulous) whole grains

    You should dish up whole grains as often as you can because they're good for you. So why not spice up your meals with some new varieties? These four ancient, highly nutritious grains also happen to be naturally gluten-free and low in sodium. They're also...
  • Healthy but unpopular school lunches cost cafeterias

    Healthy but unpopular school lunches cost cafeterias
    The mechanics of buying school lunch haven't changed much over the years: Pick up a tray, move through the line, eat and get on with the day. But this, of course, is a health-conscious age, struggling to end the scourge of poor nutrition, in which one...
  • Top 3 health tips: Times it pays to take it easy

    No pain, no gain. Go big or go home. People live by these credos. But sometimes taking your foot off the gas is healthier for you than going full throttle. Here are three times when going slower is better for your health, according to Prevention...
  • Bulletproof opening butter coffee cafe in Santa Monica

    Bulletproof opening butter coffee cafe in Santa Monica
    If you were wearing a blindfold while trying your first cup of Bulletproof Coffee, you might have trouble figuring out what makes it so different. There's a faint nuttiness to the taste, redolent of coconut. And an impossible richness that makes you...
  • Mom, son team up in weight-loss effort

    Mom, son team up in weight-loss effort
    Inspiring each other to loose weight and live a healthier lifestyle is what got a Naperville mother and son team to bring home not one crown, but two. The weight loss journey of Naperville resident Nancy Lackey began in the late 1970s. The constant...
  • Can Blueberries Help Control Blood Pressure In Women?

    Can Blueberries Help Control Blood Pressure In Women?
    Women trying to combat high blood pressure may have a new weapon in their arsenal: blueberries. Daily consumption of blueberries has been shown to lower blood pressure and lessen arterial stiffness in post-menopausal women, according to a new clinical...
  • Six nutritional dos and don'ts to navigate nutrition information overload

    Six nutritional dos and don'ts to navigate nutrition information overload
    With such an overload of nutritional information out there, Caroline Susie hears plenty of questions. People ask the registered and licensed dietitian with Methodist Health System: What should they be eating — or not eating? What do they need to...
  • Justin Fox: Food companies choose sides in Sugar Wars

    The people at candy-maker Mars Inc. have something to tell you: Stop eating so much sugar! According to the Wall Street Journal, the manufacturer of M&Ms, Snickers and Twix has thrown its weight behind a Food and Drug Administration push to include...
  • Healthful eating is smart way to sustain brain power, study finds

    Healthful eating is smart way to sustain brain power, study finds
    It's official, no matter where you live: Healthful eating is among the best ways to protect your aging brain against slippage. Conversely, a diet that skimps on fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts and fish and includes lots of fried foods, red meat and...