All Posts By Dana Angelo White

Dressing Up Day-Old Bread

by in Healthy Recipes, March 17, 2010

Pesto Crostini
There’s nothing better than freshly baked bread, but when it’s preservative-free, fresh bread dries out quickly. The dilemma: You may not use the whole loaf in one day and whatever is left is too good to toss. Get more mileage out of that extra bread with these ideas.

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Potatoes 5 Ways

by in 1 Food, 5 Ways, Healthy Recipes, March 16, 2010

Baked Lemon Fries
Carb-phobes, don’t shy away from potatoes. They’re high in fiber, protein, iron and even vitamin C — and taste yummy, too. Since they’re so easy to work with, we could probably give you 50 healthy recipes, but let’s start with five of our favorite ways to enjoy them.

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Spotlight Recipes: Goodies for St. Patrick's Day

by in Healthy Holidays, Healthy Recipes, March 15, 2010

Corned Beef and Cabbage
You’ll have Irish eyes smiling with our healthy green-themed, St. Paddy’s Day dishes — we’ve got ideas for everything from snacks to sides to a classic main course.

10 Foods for Healthy Hair

by in Healthy Tips, March 12, 2010

almonds

What you eat affects every part of your body — even your hair. When it comes to keeping your locks lovely, some nutrients play an extra important role. Here are 10 foods to keep on your plate.

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Diet Soda: Good or Bad?

by in Healthy Tips, March 9, 2010

soda

You’d think soda was our national beverage the way people guzzle it. Opt for the regular stuff and you’re downing lots of extra calories and sugar; in comparison, calorie-free diet soda seems like a harmless alternative. But if you need a soda fix, is it better to swig sugar or artificial sweeteners? What about the caffeine and phophorus?

Here are some things to know about diet sodas (or any diet beverage for that matter).

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Ask HE: How Much Protein Do You Really Need?

by in Ask the Experts, March 4, 2010

Steak
Last month, we talked about getting the right amount fiber every day. One of you followed up with another good question — what about protein? While protein is an important part of any diet, more isn’t always better. As it turns out, most folks are already eating an adequate amounts of this muscle-building nutrient.

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Spotlight Recipes: Oscar Party Picks

by in Healthy Recipes, March 4, 2010

Prosciutto With Pears & Arugula
The glitz and glamor of Oscar night is just around the corner. To celebrate the best of the best movies this year, serve these nine award-winning finger foods plus one movie star-quality cocktail at your award-night shindig.

Budget-Friendly Foods: 4 Must-Haves for the Pantry

by in Healthy Recipes, March 2, 2010

beans

The grocery bill probably seems like it goes up every week. Before you hit the store again, plan to make the most of the healthy ingredients you’ve got on hand. These four pantry staples are easy to use and super affordable (especially when you buy them in bulk).

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Potato Soup, Lightened Up

by in Meal Makeovers, March 2, 2010

soup

A cool-weather staple, creamy potato soup can have anywhere from 300 to 500 calories and 35 grams of fat per serving! Our lightened-up versions taste just as good as the cream-laden recipes and, since the main ingredients are potatoes, won’t bust your budget.

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