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Are you — or your doctor — shrugging off early warnings of brewing blood pressure trouble? The answer is yes if any of these “little” problems haven’t prompted you to take steps to lower your blood pressure:
It’s “high-normal… Read More
Inexpensive, nutritious, and quick-cooking, tender, earthy lentils and roasted red peppers make a great side-dish salad with a light meal. High in protein, lentils are also a good source of fiber.
Peanuts are an excellent source of protein, iron, and fiber, while flaxseed has a wide range of health benefits including being rich in alpha-linolenic acid, an essential fatty acid that contributes to heart health. Beyond that, they… Read More
Bright green parsley pureed with olive oil and vinegar makes a zippy sauce to spoon over thin slices of perfectly cooked flank steak and wedges of bright orange grilled sweet potatoes. Both parsley and sweet potatoes are flush with … Read More
Water chestnuts and chopped cilantro combine with chicken, scallions, ginger, and pepper to bring out Far East flavors to tempt every palate. These tasty packets are boiled, not fried, to keep them low-fat and low-calorie… Read More
These savory breadsticks taste delicious and look terrific on a buffet table or bundled as a gift. Freshly grated Parmesan, a bite of black pepper, and just a hint of fresh rosemary — baked into crispy golden twists.
A combination of wheat germ, rolled oats, and whole-wheat flour make these delicious pancakes high in fiber, iron, and B vitamins. Berries add lots of antioxidants to the mix.
Make this recipe for a delicious side to any meal or double it for a vegetarian entree.
This smooth, fiber-rich sorbet and rich sauce give you a double dose of your favorite fruit — and you can make it from frozen berries any time of year.
On a hike, in a lunch box, or as a party snack, this toss of crunchies and chewies supplies quick energy and a good amount of protein — but far less fat than traditional trail mixes or “party mixes.”
A new twist on an old favorite, this tasty, easy-to-make sweet potato salad is sure to be the talk of your gathering.
Whipped up from a dozen egg whites — but no yolks — this lofty dessert delight is confected with no shortening at all. The vividly colorful fruit sauce makes the cake worthy of a festive occasion.
Lack of sleep can do more than make you cranky—it could shorten your lifespan. New research suggests that sleeping less than six to eight hours a night leads to an increased risk of heart attack and stroke.
The risk of heart disease … Read More
This muffin is so wonderful-tasting that you’ll want to make extra to store in the freezer so you can pop one in the toaster oven to enjoy even on a busy morning. Plus they’re high in fiber and antioxidants as well.
Think guilt-free guacamole when you try this recipe. Made with good-fat-rich avocado bulked up with chopped tomatoes and crisp Kirby cucumbers (more crunch and less water than regular cukes) — adding vitamins, minerals, and fiber — … Read More
Alcohol can be a disease-fighter in moderation, but drinking too much poses a long list of health threats. If you’re a woman and you enjoy alcoholic beverages, one per day is the max, while men should have no more than two (one drink is 12 … Read More