Best Foods for Weight Loss

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Healthy Proteins to Add Some Power to Your Salad

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Salads are a great way to eat more veggies, but greens alone do not make a satisfying meal. They'll just leave you feeling hungry. Say "bye-bye" to wimpy greens and "hello" to healthy proteins to power up your salad. Protein-rich foods like chicken, eggs and chickpeas can beef up even the simplest base of leafy greens. Protein helps to build muscles and sticks around long after you've eaten to help you feel full and energized. High-protein diets have been linked to lower BMIs and smaller waists.

The FDA Just Approved a New Sugar Alternative Called Allulose—How Healthy Is It?

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It sounds too good to be true—a sugar alternative that has 70 percent of sugar's sweetness but one-tenth of its calories and none of its tooth-decaying effects. But it's real, and it's called Allulose—a relatively new (it's been on the market since at least 2015) sugar alternative that has caught the attention of consumers and most recently, the FDA.