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Make a healthy game plan for super bowl partying

(HealthDay)—Chips, dips, wings and other fatty and salty things—Super Bowl parties can be a challenge for people with diabetes, high blood pressure or high cholesterol, an expert warns.

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Quinn on Nutrition: What's in your lunch bag?

I have to admit I was pretty proud of myself when I unpacked the leftovers from my lunch bag this week. Almost by accident, what I had pulled out of the fridge as I ran out of the house turned out to be a fairly balanced ...

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Fiber: It's not just for adults

(HealthDay)—You know how important fiber is for overall health, making meals more filling and staying "regular."

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Follow the mediterranean diet for weight loss, too

(HealthDay)—When the 2015 U.S. Dietary Guidelines were released, they included details for following the Mediterranean-style diet. That's the way of eating in countries that border the Mediterranean Sea and has been associated ...

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Ways to fit pasta into your diet

(HealthDay)—Who doesn't crave a big bowl of spaghetti every now and then? But then comes the question of how to fit it into a smart diet plan.

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High-protein snacks that satisfy

(HealthDay)—Does your typical afternoon snack leave you feeling unsatisfied and reaching for more? If your pick-me-up is a bag of salty chips or a chocolate bar, a better (and healthier) way to go is with a high-protein ...

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The right way to fuel up before workouts

(HealthDay)—Mom was right when she said no swimming for an hour after lunch. Even though it takes energy to work out, it's important that exercise doesn't interfere with digestion.

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Make nice with rice to boost your diet

(HealthDay)—If you love rice, you might be wondering how you can make it part of healthy meals. Whether you're trying to drop pounds or stay at a healthy weight, some adjustments will let you keep it on the menu.

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