This Is the Healthiest Type Of Bread, According to a Registered Dietitian

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Antoni Porowski Says His Debut Cookbook Will Be 'Very Personal'—Get a First Look at the Cover!

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This Woman's Before/After Photos Show That 'Skinny' Doesn't Equal 'Happy'

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Can You Avoid Developing Food Allergies? Here's What the Science Says

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More than 4 million Americans have food allergies, and the trend is only going up. Allergy rates have jumped from 3.4 percent of kids in 1999 to 5.7 percent in 2015. One reason is that our previous guidelines—to avoid allergens early in life—may have been totally backwards. (Find out how science is reversing its thinking.) Here are some of the other reasons experts say rates have kept climbing.

Trader Joe’s Just Announced 7 Brand-New Products—And We Can Hardly Wait

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Mary Berry Hosts This Afternoon Tea and Train Ride Through the English Countryside

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1-Day 1,500-Calorie Diabetes Meal Plan for Weight Loss

With this healthy meal plan for diabetes, you'll feel great and keep your blood sugar balanced as you lose weight. At 1,500 calories, you can lose up to 2 pounds per week, which is seen as healthy and sustainable weight loss that will help you keep the weight off for good. Featuring tons of fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, lean protein and healthy fats, the day is full of delicious foods to keep you feeling energized and satisfied.

This New Grain Is Good for the Environment and Good for You—Here's How to Get Your Hands on It

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You want to start the day with a meal that's good for your body—and soon, you'll have one that's good for the planet too. Cascadian Farm has created a new cereal to help scale up production of Kernza—a new type of wheat that's poised to turn traditional agriculture on its ear. Here's how.