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Ask the Experts: Bizarre (But Delicious) Food Combos

by in Ask the Experts, October 22, 2010
Mee Goreng - Photo Courtesy Midori/Wikimedia Commons

Mee Goreng is a Malaysian noodle dish made with cabbage, tomato, egg, sugar, ketchup and soy sauce. The first time I made it for my husband, he looked at me like I was crazy. Then he tasted it – it’s incredibly delicious! What seems like a weird ingredient combination can come together to create a symphony of flavors and textures. See 10 more off-the-wall combinations from food experts, then tell us your favorites!

10 crazy-good food combinations »

Eating By Color: Orange

by in Healthy Tips, October 19, 2010

carrot salad

Throughout the day you should eat a rainbow of foods — red, yellow, orange, green, blue, purple and white. Each color is rich in specific nutrients that help make a well-balanced diet. In this series we’ll tell you why each color is important, and with Halloween around the corner, we thought it was most appropriate to start with orange. Find out how to get some on your plate every day.

How to get your daily dose of orange »

Talking to the Experts: Dr. David Katz on NuVal Scores

by in Ask the Experts, Grocery Shopping, October 15, 2010
Photo courtesy NuVal LLC

Dr. David Katz is back! This time he’s filling us in on the new food scoring system turning up in grocery stores: the NuVal system. You may have seen these scores cropping up your grocery store — here’s how (and why) to use them.

Learn more about how NuVal scores can help you eat better »

6 Healthiest Ethnic Cuisines

by in Dining Out, Healthy Tips, October 12, 2010
Greek Salad
Greek Salad - Photo by Con Poulos/Food Network Magazine

You might not think of ethnic cuisines as “healthy” foods, but they absolutely can be part of a healthy diet — just skip the fatty, huge,  Americanized versions.  Here are the 6 healthiest international cuisines, plus common pitfalls to avoid.

Find out which 6 cuisines won out »

5 Ways to Cut 100 Calories: Snacks

by in Healthy Tips, October 7, 2010
Apple Moons
Measure peanut butter before you start snacking to keep calories at bay. Photo courtesy Food Network Magazine.

Snacking on healthy foods can help you maintain a healthy weight and keep energy levels high throughout the day. The only downside — you can overdo healthy foods, too! We’re taking a look at 5 healthy options and shaving off 100 calories from each.

Get 5 calorie-saving tips »

8 Cancer-Fighting Foods

by in Healthy Tips, October 6, 2010
Roasted Broccoli
Roasted Broccoli - Photo Courtesy Food Network Magazine

One more reason to eat your broccoli: Breast Cancer Awareness Month is here! Researchers believe that 60 percent of cancer deaths can be prevented by adopting a healthier lifestyle. Start with your diet and work these 8 cancer-fighting foods into your daily routine.

See all 8 foods: Broccoli, citrus and more »

10 Ways to Add More Vegetables to Your Diet

by in Healthy Tips, October 4, 2010
Green Goddess Dip
Ellie's Green Goddess Dip - Photo by Ngoc Minh Ngo/Food Network Magazine

It’s not just kids who push peas around their plate! A new report from the Centers for Disease Control says more than three-quarters of Americans aren’t eating enough veggies. Five servings a day might seem daunting, but one serving is only a measly 1/2 cup (or 1 cup of greens like lettuce and spinach). Eating your veggies shouldn’t be painful or even unpleasant – here are 10 ways to love them.

10 ways to get 5 a day »

Fish and Chips, Lightened Up

by in Healthy Recipes, Healthy Tips, Meal Makeovers, September 28, 2010
Baked Fish and Chips
Baked Fish and Chips - Photo by Andrew Mccaul, Food Network Magazine

Drown fish in oil and serve it with a side of greasy fries and you’ve got yourself a quadruple bypass waiting to happen. Okay, maybe that’s a bit dramatic, but you get my drift.  The funny thing is, potatoes and fish are naturally healthy foods. Here’s how to make this English staple tasty and delicious.

See how we lighten up fish and chips »

Better Breakfasts: 8 Healthiest Breakfast Foods

by in Healthy Tips, September 15, 2010

eggs with soldiers

Mom was right when she said breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But what you choose for breakfast can make or break your day (sorry, bacon didn’t make the list). Here are our top 8 foods that help make your morning meal a healthy one.

See all 8 breakfast-food superstars »

Instant Oatmeal: Good or Bad?

by in Healthy Tips, September 14, 2010

oatmeal

Oats are definitely healthy eats, but instant oatmeal often gets a bad wrap.  A bowl of classic oatmeal packs a hearty dose of vitamins, protein and cholesterol-lowering soluble fiber.  So, what about the packets? We’ve got the facts on this convenience food.

Get the scoop on instant oatmeal »

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