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How to Make Healthy Deviled Eggs How to Make Healthy Deviled Eggs
Deviled eggs are the perfect picnic or party food, but some of the ingredients typically used to make them aren't exactly healthy. With this delicious makeover you and your friends can indulge without the guilt.
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How to Make Healthy Apple Pie Cups How to Make Healthy Apple Pie Cups
Apple pie is an American favorite, but its sugar and calories counts are far from favorable. Here's a skinny ' and delicious ' makeover for this classic dessert.
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Rib-Sticking Meatloaf Recipe Rib-Sticking Meatloaf Recipe
Meatloaf is perhaps the ultimate comfort food. But with as many as 500 calories and 13 grams of saturated fat per serving, it's not such a comfortable fit if you're watching your weight or trying to eat healthfully. Learn how to lighten up this classic dish without losing the stick-to-your-ribs flavor.
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Black Bean Enchiladas Recipe Black Bean Enchiladas Recipe
Chicken enchiladas are typically made with full-fat cheese, sour cream, and cream of chicken soup. This healthier version instead includes several veggies and a secret ingredient that ups both the nutrition and the flavor.
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How to Make Healthy Pulled Pork Sandwiches How to Make Healthy Pulled Pork Sandwiches
This hearty, delicious pork recipe cuts the fat and calories while adding fiber. And it's simple to make.
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How to Make Peanut Butter Bars How to Make Peanut Butter Bars
Peanut butter cookies, also known as monster cookies, can have as many as 300 calories per cookie. This healthy makeover has less sugar and saturated fat but still tastes yummy.
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Is Milk Really Good for Bones? Is Milk Really Good for Bones?
We often hear that everyone needs to drink cow's milk for strong bones. Learn why this isn't true ' and how milk may have some downsides.
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Does Microwaving Make Food Harmful? Does Microwaving Make Food Harmful?
On the Internet you can find warnings that microwaving has harmful effects on food, causing it to lose nutrients and even promote cancer. Is any of this true? Our Healthy Skeptic examines the evidence.
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Healthy Apple Chicken Salad Recipe Healthy Apple Chicken Salad Recipe
Chicken salad from the deli can have 700 calories or more. This tasty makeover slashes the calories by more than half without sacrificing flavor.
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Healthy Turkey Chili Recipe Healthy Turkey Chili Recipe
Looking for a different way to enjoy turkey? This recipe for turkey chili includes a secret ingredient that helps boost the nutrition along with the flavor.
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Healthy Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe Healthy Sweet Potato Casserole Recipe
Sweet potato casserole is typically made with lots of sugar and butter, which can cause the calories to add up. This lightened-up recipe, which cuts the calories in half while doubling the luscious flavors, lets you enjoy this holiday favorite without the guilt.
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Healthy Salmon Salad Recipe Healthy Salmon Salad Recipe
Tuna salad is typically loaded up with mayonnaise, which adds calories and fat. This delicious makeover, which uses salmon instead of tuna, cuts the calories while adding nutrients.
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Healthy Veggie Mac and Cheese Recipe Healthy Veggie Mac and Cheese Recipe
Classic macaroni and cheese has more than 800 calories and well over a day's worth of saturated fat. This healthy makeover uses a surprise ingredient ' cauliflower ' to add nutrients, along with cream-less cream sauce to cut the fat and whole wheat pasta to boost the fiber.
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How to Make Lower-Sugar Applesauce How to Make Lower-Sugar Applesauce
Store-bought applesauce is convenient, but it often contains added sugar. This super-simple makeover is sweetened naturally with fruit and has six times more fiber because it includes the peels.
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How to Make Healthy Salmon Fish Sticks How to Make Healthy Salmon Fish Sticks
Frozen fish sticks often have more breading than fish. This healthier alternative uses salmon, which adds protein and heart-healthy omega-3 fats, along with light breading and flavorful Asian seasoning.
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How to Make a Healthy Sweet Potato Soup How to Make a Healthy Sweet Potato Soup
Baked potato soup typically contains bacon and heavy cream, which add lots of calories and saturated fat. This delicious makeover slashes both with ingredients that add nutrients and great flavor.
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How to Cook Quinoa How to Cook Quinoa
Quinoa may be hard to spell, but it's relatively easy to prepare. Chef Kev shows you how and explains why quinoa is such a nutritional superstar.
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How to Prepare Spaghetti Squash How to Prepare Spaghetti Squash
If you're looking for a tasty, low-carb alternative to pasta, Chef Kev has the perfect solution: spaghetti squash. It's low in calories, high in fiber, and, as he shows, easy to make.
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Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper? Does Sugar Make Kids Hyper?
Many parents say that candy and other sugary foods turn their kids into terrors. Our Healthy Skeptic examines the science behind this widespread belief.
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How to Choose Healthy Cereals for Kids How to Choose Healthy Cereals for Kids
Cereal can be a nutritious and convenient breakfast food for kids, but many brands are loaded with sugar and marketed with deceptive health claims. Here's how to find a wholesome cereal for your child.
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Try to always be a day ahead in your cooking. If you follow this rule, then, when you get home from work, the family dinner will be waiting for you, rather than everyone waiting on supper. While you are heating up the meal you can be preparing for the next, or you can wait until everyone is fed before working on tomorrow. This puts the power back into your own hands by allowing you to cook when it best suits you while eliminating the stress caused by rushing.


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