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Losing weight, improving heart health and decreasing your chances for metabolic diseases like diabetes may be as simple as cutting back on a handful of Oreos or saying no to a side of fries, according to a new study published in the journal The Lancet Diabetes & Endocrinology.

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By Kris Gunnars, BSc

It's easy to get confused about which foods are healthy and which aren't.

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By Lisa Wartenberg, MFA, RD, LD

Pears are sweet, bell-shaped fruits that have been enjoyed since ancient times. They can be eaten crisp or soft.

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By Natalie Rizzo, MS, RD

Okra is a flowering plant known for its edible seed pods. It's cultivated in warm and tropical climates, such as those in Africa and South Asia.

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By Ansley Hill

Few snacks are more satisfying than a sweet, crisp apple paired with a savory spoonful of peanut butter.

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By Ansley Hill

Meal planning and prepping are wonderful skills to have in your personal health and wellness tool kit.

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By Jillian Kubala, MS, RD

Throughout history, people around the world have foraged wild mushrooms for food.

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By Rachael Link, MS, RD

In recent years, juicing has gained widespread popularity among health-conscious individuals looking for a quick and convenient way to boost their nutrient intake.

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By Kimberly Holland

Summer brings many opportunities to light a grill and cook up a bounty of juicy meats, corn on the cob and potatoes for a backyard barbecue.

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By Arlene Semeco, MS, RD

Avocados can be added to many recipes to give your meals a nutritional boost.

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By Makayla Meixner

Scientifically, the stomach flu is known as viral gastroenteritis, a highly contagious infection that affects your stomach and intestines.

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