The road to healthy eating is easy with delicious recipes from Food Network. Browse our collection for healthy tips and menu ideas, including low-fat, low-calorie and low-carb recipes.
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Set aside at least a night or two each week to enjoy good food and conversation with your family. This classic meal of meatloaf, potatoes and broccoli will please kids and adults alike.
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Get healthy recipes, how-tos, and tips from Food Network for every day of the week - from healthy, easy weeknight dinners to weekend appetizer recipes and healthy desserts
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Looking for some fresh inspiration for your weeknight dinners? These flavorful recipes make it easy to eat healthy (and love it) all week long.
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Whether you’re at home, headed to the office or packing a brown bag lunch for school, these delicious lunch recipes from Food Network are sure to keep you full and fueled.
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From lightened-up cheesecake and brownies to tempting fruit desserts, we've got healthy dessert ideas from Food Network.
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Soy — Since 1999, an FDA-approved health claim on the benefits of soy protein and heart disease has appeared on some soy protein foods: "25 grams of soy protein per day, as part of a diet low in
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Supplements: Many doctors are recommending vitamin D supplements to people with low levels of vitamin D. Consult your health care provider for advice on how much to take, but keep in mind the
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Not surprisingly, prescription produce programs are a hit with both health care providers and patients; there are doctors across the country using their prescription pads to not only encourage
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Most health care providers use Body Mass Index (BMI) to determine how healthy you are, however BMI doesn’t give you a full picture of what’s happening with your health.
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Omega-3 fatty acids are an essential part of a healthy diet (they help keep your heart and brain healthy and quell disease-causing inflammation). Find out nine ways to get more of them in your
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To determine if someone is really healthy one must look at other factors such as diet, physical activity, regular health care screenings or preventative care, and managing stress and mental health
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For decades, saturated fat was considered heart-health enemy #1. But in the last few years, emerging research and media reports have called the conventional wisdom into question, leaving many
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A newly-released study from the University of Florida found that the 14 most common food microorganisms kill more than 1,300 people each year and cost more than $14 million in health care …
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The FDA advises consumers to consult with an informed health care professional before taking any herbal or botanical supplements, including the ones listed below which claim to help with stress
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Taken to boost immunity and help cure the flu and common cold, echinacea is one of the most popular herbal supplements sold in the U.S.. Research on the effectiveness of this herb is mixed.
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Chase away the winter chill with these cozy soups from Food Network. Chicken noodle, minestrone, lentil and more — we’ve got healthy recipes for all your favorites.
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Consider health concerns Upon the advice of doctors, and with the help of dietitians, many people with Type 2 diabetes reduce carbs as a way to help manage diabetes .
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Choline is a vitamin-like substance that has historically has been lost in the shadows. Information presented at the annual Food and Nutrition Conference and Expo in Chicago just a few days ago is
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Ashwagandha, an herb used in Ayurvedic medicine, has become quite popular in America. In Sanskrit, the word ashwagandha means “the smell of a horse” as the root is known for smelling like a one.
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From egg casseroles and frittatas to whole-grain pancakes and waffles, these healthy breakfast recipes from Food Network make it easy to rise and shine.
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Those eligible for a free cup of java each day include doctors, nurses, public health workers, pharmacists, dispatchers, firefighters, paramedics, police officers, dentists and dental hygienists
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A whole bunch of those holiday staples have serious health benefits. Food Labeling: Beware the “Health” Halo Many folks read food labels to gain better insight on the foods they choose.
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A heart-healthy diet is one of the best weapons to help fight heart disease. The diet promotes selecting foods from a variety of food groups, including fruits, vegetables, whole grains, low-fat
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With the help of a health care professional, we'll start to sort that out. IBS doesn't have a crystal-clear cause; it's thought that sporadic intestinal contractions, stress and food intolerances
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Health Benefits of Mexican Foods Avoid calorie-laden ingredients, such as full-fat Mexican cheeses and sour cream, and load up on nutrient-packed foods like tomatillos, limes and avocados instead
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Bottom line: While taking ginger as a supplement won’t counteract a healthy diet and eating it in large quantity is not recommended (no more than 4g per day for adults and 1g for pregnant women
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According to the Center for Science in the Public Interest, reducing sodium consumption by 50 percent would not only save 150,000 lives each year, it would slash health care costs by 1.5 trillion
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As part of President Obama's health care reforms, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) will require more than 5 million vending machines to post calorie counts for their offerings.As with
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Several thousand of these machines have been placed in select health care, recreational, transportation, governmental, workplace and …
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To mitigate the potential dangers, the authors have proposed regulations such as limiting the amount of caffeine per serving, clearer labeling, more responsible marketing and educating health-care
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FL: We don't have any methods or systems in Western medicine to get people healthy. It's a disease-care system; it's not really a health care system.
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On my recent visit to the annual Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics Food & Nutrition Conference and Expo (the “Super Bowl of nutrition,” as it’s referred to by nutritionists), health care
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Canned fish, including salmon and tuna, have more nutrients than just protein. According to Elana Natker, MS, RD and director of consumer and healthcare practitioner outreach for GOED, “I always
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The guidelines aim to promote health and reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer and diabetes. Every five years the guidelines are reviewed and updated, and they form the Here are some highlights
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This form of healthcare is centered around balance, opposition of forces and the concept of Yin and Yang. The ultimate goal of health in TCM is to achieve balance, harmony and a …
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New research from the National Institutes of Health indicates that putting off the introduction of peanuts into kids’ diets may increase their chances of developing peanut allergies — and the
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This week, however, new research from the Harvard School of Public Health had them eating their words: In a study of 1,030 students in low-income elementary and middle schools in Boston, adding
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And if you’re unsure as to what level of sodium is best for you, then be sure to ask your health care professionals. Next Up The Secrets to Perfect Stir Frying, According to a Chinese Restaurant
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Learn about the health benefits of Chinese ingredients like ginger, garlic, tofu and sesame seeds with these tips from Food Network.
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