Healthy Eating 101

Healthy Eating 101

Learn to eat healthy with our expert tips and delicious inspiration to help you prepare healthy food for you and your family.

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The Diverticulitis Diet: What You Need to Know

Submitted by admin on Thu, 11/08/2018 - 11:41

If you have diverticulitis, the most serious form of diverticulosis, eating the right foods can help you feel better faster. Diverticulosis is a condition in which small pouches—also known as diverticula—bulge out from the colon (the lower part of the large intestine). It's believed to be caused by habitually consuming a low-fiber diet, coupled with a genetic predisposition to the disease. Your risk of developing diverticulosis increases with age, with about half of all people over age 60 having some form of it.

Jennifer Garner's Foolproof Salad Is Perfect for Taking to Work

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Day-After Detox Meal Plan

Submitted by admin on Wed, 11/07/2018 - 15:47

Still feeling full from yesterday's feast? Nurse your food hangover with this whole-foods-packed 1,200-calorie meal plan. This balanced day of eating will help you to feel healthy, refreshed and back to your normal self in no time.

Duncan Hines Recalls 2.4 Million Boxes of Cake Mix in Connection to Salmonella Outbreak

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This story originally appeared on People.com by Dave Quinn.

The Ultimate Guide to Cooking Salmon

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What Is Resistant Starch?

Submitted by admin on Tue, 11/06/2018 - 09:53

Repeat after us: not all carbs are bad. Resistant starch is one of the good guys. It's a type of carbohydrate found in bananas (it's is even higher in green bananas), potatoes and whole-wheat pasta. Unlike simple carbs, like white bread, that break down into sugars in the small intestine, resistant starch "resists" digestion, staying intact until arriving at the large intestine. There, bacteria use it as fuel, releasing beneficial compounds (specifically, short-chain fatty acids) that may improve your gut microbiome and help keep you slim.