Although many people turn to salads for a healthy meal, one simple thing can ruin good intentions -- the salad dressing. To help cut back on the fat, we have ten easy-to-make dressings that can keep your greens healthy and great-tasting.
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Trying to lose weight? Almost everyone can wax lyrical about the best ways to shed pounds, but do they speak with any authority? Trust someone with a diploma and a stethoscope. We've got 10 doctor-approved diet tips.
Whether it's by eating for the wrong reasons or simply not being aware of what and how much you're putting in your mouth, gaining weight can be a health issue. But a food journal can help.
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Having only yourself to rely on when you're trying to lose weight can be tough. In fact, a little help from your friends may be just what you need to make it over the hump and lose that extra weight that's been slowing you down.
Broccoli casserole and spinach quiche masquerade as health foods. They've got veggies, sure, but they're packed with cream, butter and cheese. You can make your favorite recipes and slim down with these ingredient swaps.
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