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Aug. 21, 2013

How to eat well when you can't cook for yourself. Read More>>

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Jul. 30, 2013

Healthy Hand wants to help you access nutritionist-vetted healthy cuisine no matter how crazy your workday is. Read More>>

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Jul. 8, 2013

Wiped out from the long weekend? Nourish, detoxify, and hydrate with this salad from Q.Equinox.com. Read More>>

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Jun. 26, 2013

News from our friends around the web—nutritionists' staples, fighting fatigue, spirulina, and more. Read More>>

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Good Advice Jun. 11, 2013

What does it mean to build a wellness initiative from inside the belly of the same beast that makes Mountain Dew and Cheetos? Dondeena Bradley explains. Read More>>

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Apr. 5, 2013

Several studies have shown that eating fast causes us to take in more calories and feel less satisfied after eating than eating slowly. It's time to slow down. Read More>>

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Mar. 28, 2013

Nutrition experts weigh in on the biggest snacking mistakes we all make—and what we can do to make better choices when it comes to noshing between meals. Read More>>

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Feb. 14, 2013

“Dark chocolate” encompasses everything from Milky Way Midnights to small-batch candy bars. Here's how to pick the most nutritious form. Read More>>

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Jan. 28, 2013

A new report shows that the world's largest organization of food and nutrition professionals is in the pocket of the most unhealthy food manufacturers. Read More>>

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Good Food Jan. 18, 2013

"Eat more, not less" is the first rule for losing weight and getting healthy in celeb nutritionist Keri Glassman's new book. Read More>>

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Good Food Dec. 7, 2012

Are you getting enough disease-fighting micronutrients from the calories you consume? Dr. Joel Fuhrman says these six foods are your ticket. Read More>>

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Nov. 15, 2012

Good news for the snack-happy: Eating between meals may be a sign of overall healthier habits. Find out what ten top nutritionists snack on. Read More>>

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Sep. 10, 2012

A new study says not to save eating dark chocolate just for Valentine's Day. Eating it more regularly may lead to less heart disease later in life. Read More>>

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Aug. 15, 2012

The foods you eat and—and more importantly when you eat them—can help “reset” your body’s sleep clock, according to a new study. Here's how. Read More>>

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