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5 reasons to go nuts over peanut butter

January 24 is National Peanut Butter Day! Did you know peanuts are as high in antioxidants as strawberries? Check out more reasons to love this humble legume.
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3 reasons why you should get the flu shot this year

The flu virus is contagious, so how much can our healthy habits help us compared to getting the flu shot?
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Ask the nutritionist: “How can I best avoid food cravings?”

Our expert answers how you can avoid food cravings. (Hint: Don’t.)
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How to spot disordered eating habits—and what to do about it

Learn about disordered eating patterns and how to recognize and address symptoms.
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UCookbook: Healthier, fudgier 3-ingredient brownies

A recipe for brownies that taste good, and are good for you too.
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Ask the nutritionist: “I skip meals sometimes because my schedule is so busy. Is...

A nutritionist discusses what happens to your body when you skip meals.
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Ask the nutritionist: “Is coconut water good for you?”

Coconut water: magical cure-all or just another foodie fad? Our nutritionist has the facts.
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3 ways to eat and feel your best at school

How to find food options that are flavorful, varied, nutritionally sound, and satisfying at school.
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UCookbook: Beans and greens burger

Rate this article and enter to winDid you know frozen veggies are just as nutritious as fresh? We'll show you how to use your frozen peas for more than icing down sore knees—like making a...
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Fuel your morning with these easy and healthy breakfast ideas

If leftover pizza is your go-to morning fuel, it may be time to step your game up. Let these healthy breakfast ideas inspire you.
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Ask the nutritionist: “I keep hearing a lot about how eating meat often is...

There is a fair amount of controversy over whether eating meat is bad for you. Is there any truth behind this? And if so, what can you do to eat as healthfully as possible without going fully plant-based?
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Fake or fact: How to know if your online diagnosis is legit

While Google can be a useful tool for researching health information, relying too heavily on the web is risky—how do you know if the information you’re getting is reliable?