VIDEO: Triple Berry Trifle Recipe

VIDEO: Triple Berry Trifle Recipe

Summer is here! And that means it's berry season. One of our favorite ways to enjoy all those delicious, nutrient-rich strawberries, blueberries and raspberries is in this beautiful, light dessert. It's easy to make and perfect for a patriotic picnic or barbecue. At less than 190 calories and 1.5 grams ...

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VIDEO: Mexican Street Corn Salad with Avocado Recipe

VIDEO: Mexican Street Corn Salad with Avocado Recipe

We took inspiration from delectable Mexican street corn to make a healthy salad full of color and flavor. The best part? It's a healthy side dish full of vitamins and nutrients to help you feel more full and stay hydrated this summer. Featuring sweet corn, spicy jalapeno, crunchy ...

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Mindful Eating vs. Dieting

Mindful Eating vs. Dieting

The word “diet” is often linked with restrictive eating — no white foods, no carbs, no fat — and the list goes on. Unfortunately, such restrictive eating patterns often backfire, creating a destructive cycle of bad feelings and negativity. Truth is, the word “diet” encompasses all of the foods and beverages you ingest, whether ...

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Sleep Apnea: 5 Alternatives to CPAP

Sleep Apnea: 5 Alternatives to CPAP

For an activity humans do every night, sleeping can be a difficult routine to master. But for many people — especially chronic snorers or those with sleep apnea — getting an adequate night’s rest presents an even greater challenge. The most common fix: a continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) device. But ...

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Lower Sodium Swaps for the Salty 6

Lower Sodium Swaps for the Salty 6

There is a reason unhealthy food tastes good. These foods are often high in sodium – whether you realize it or not. The American Heart Association identifies six popular foods that are known for being very high in sodium and are very common in the typical American diet. They’ve dubbed these ...

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Can Clearing Out Clutter Boost Your Mental Health?

Can Clearing Out Clutter Boost Your Mental Health?

Marie Kondo has received a lot of attention in recent months with her conviction that clearing out clutter can somehow clean up your life. The gist: Purge the items you don’t use regularly and only hang on to the things that “spark joy.” It might sound gimmicky, but a growing body of research suggests ...

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