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Keep Up with Healthy Habits During the Holiday Season

Follow these tips to stay in control and feel great this holiday season.

Grill These Vegetables Before Summer Ends

Local, seasonal produce tastes delicious, and also has a high concentration of vital micronutrients. Here are the five best vegetables to throw on the grill before the end of summertime.

Make Your Own Ketchup

Store-bought ketchup is tasty — but also contains high levels of sugar, salt and preservatives. Skip these bad add-ons, and make your own!

5 Health Benefits of Tomatoes

Tomatoes are jam-packed with nutrients, low in calories and provide powerful health benefits, including supporting bone health, lowering high cholesterol and much more.

How to Get Berries to Last All Summer

Here's what you need to know to make sure to keep the pints of berries you brought home from the store or farmers market stay good for longer.

6 Ways to Make an Awesome Salad for Work

Say good-bye to sad desk salad: We've assembled simple rules and ingredient recommendations that'll ensure that you have an awesome salad at work, full of fiber, complex carbs and lean proteins.

8 Nutrient-Dense Pantry Staples That Last

Stocking up on these basics makes meal planning and preparation a breeze.

Decadent Cinnamon Maple Poached Pears

Stewed pears are a fiber-rich and delicious snack, dessert or breakfast. Serve it alongside yogurt, and if the pears aren't looking fresh in the grocery, just substitute in another fruit.

Add These 9 Anti-inflammatory Summer Fruits and Vegetables to Your Diet

Inflammation is one of the chief causes of disease. With these nine inflammation-fighting foods, you can help ward it off—while also eating delicious, seasonal and nutrition-packed fruits and vegetables.

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