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Magazine articles on dieting, the effects of diet on health, nutrition, and healthy foods.
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Delicious Living
January 2007
H. K. Jones
Roughing it Keeping things moving along in your digestive system isn't fiber's only claim to fame. More and more research indicates that a high-fiber diet may help prevent diabetes, heart disease, and cancer. mark for My Articles 409 similar articles
Seasoned Cooking
January 2007
J. Sinclair
Oatmeal The soluble and insoluble fiber in oatmeal makes it a great way to keep your heart healthy. Recipes: Overnight Oatmeal... Cocoa Oatmeal Muffins... mark for My Articles 370 similar articles
Science News
December 23, 2006
Janet Raloff
Now This Is Depressing . . . People who increased their fish consumption to shed a brooding disposition may want to consider alternative strategies. mark for My Articles 195 similar articles
Dustin Driver
Breakfast Shakes Breakfast shakes and smoothies are a great way to flood your system with nutrients before -- or while -- you head off to work. mark for My Articles 311 similar articles
January 2007
Karen E. Spaeder
2007 Shape-Up Take it from these experts - healthy choices benefit both your body and your bottom line. mark for My Articles 110 similar articles
Science News
December 16, 2006
Janet Raloff
Trans Fats Are Bad, Aren't They? As New York moves to ban trans fats from fried and baked restaurant fare, little attention has been given to the potentially beneficial trans fats in dairy products and meats. mark for My Articles 209 similar articles
Prepared Foods
December 12, 2006
William A. Roberts, Jr.
Editorial Views: Trans-formations Within three years, the FDA estimates, food labels promoting 0g of trans fat could help prevent up to 1,200 cases of heart disease and as many as 500 deaths a year. Is it time for foodservice to fall in line? mark for My Articles 189 similar articles
December 2006
Gina Demillo Wagner
Snow Cones Don't Count How does an athlete stay fit and healthy during the coldest months? Eat seasonally. mark for My Articles 591 similar articles
Science News
December 9, 2006
Janet Raloff
Red Heat Might Improve Green Tea Roasting green-tea leaves using infrared heat boosts the concentration of various beneficial chemicals in tea brewed from the leaves. mark for My Articles 74 similar articles
Food Processing
December 2006
Mark Anthony
Vitamin C Revival? Vitamin C's star may have quickly faded, but suddenly it's on the brink of a comeback. mark for My Articles 338 similar articles
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