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Dishes for Your Health

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Skip: Naan Naan is to Indian food what fries are to burgers — they just go together. And like those fluffy spuds, this soft flatbread has little nutritional value. Most naan recipes call for Greek yogurt to give it that airy texture. But that’s more than offset by less healthy ingredients like white flour, sugar,
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The Best Diet Tips Ever

The Best Diet Tips Ever
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Water for Weight Loss Here’s a weight loss tip anyone can follow. Drink a glass of water before you dive into a calorie-laden snack. Sometimes thirst can be confused with hunger, so if you drink water first you may feel less hungry. Herbal tea (unsweetened) and flavored sparking water are good options if you’re craving
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Berries and Their Health Benefits

Berries and Their Health Benefits
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Blueberries The deep blue of these berries does more than make a pretty pie. The color comes from potent compounds called anthocyanins. Scientists think these antioxidants may help protect you from cancer, heart disease, and dementia, and boost your immune system. But we need more research to know for sure. Eat these juicy gems fresh
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Best & Worst Indian Dishes for Your Health

Best & Worst Indian Dishes for Your Health
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Order: Dishes With Dal In Hindi, “dal” means lentils or a meal made from them. Either way, those tiny beans are packed with protein, fiber, vitamin B6, and folate. Choose dal in tomato-based sauces over creamy ones to keep down the fat. Skip: Naan Naan is to Indian food what fries are to burgers —
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Best and Worst Appetizers

Best and Worst Appetizers
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WORST: Onion Blossom It may be your waistline that blossoms if you’re a fan of fried onions. The onion blossom at one popular restaurant has 1,950 calories, 155 grams (g) of fat, and 3,840 milligrams (mg) of sodium — more than double the daily sodium limit for healthy adults. BEST: Vegetable Kabobs Grilled vegetable kebabs
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Food and Nutrition: Bugs You Can Eat

Food and Nutrition: Bugs You Can Eat
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Open Your Mind, and Your Mouth You might think of eating insects as something kids do on a dare. But some of these little animals are popular around the world for their nutritional value — and they’re starting to catch on in the U.S. Not long ago, sushi and lobster didn’t seem all that appetizing
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