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Warm Up with Spicy Turkey Chili

Pair it with some cornbread and you’ve got a meal that will warm you up and fill you up.

When it Comes to Our Kids' Diets, Let's Get Real

Educating parents and kids about the importance of eating balanced meals is one of the focus areas for the upcoming national Food Day.

Three Challenges to Fight Breast Cancer

Thirty eight percent of all breast cancer cases could be prevented with changes in our daily diets and activity level according to the American Institute for Cancer Research.

Rethink the Humble Sandwich and Salad

If you have just a few staples on hand, you can throw together a balanced meal lickety-split.

Cooking for Your Family: Why it Doesn't Have to be Stressful

If we are connecting with our families, and we put together a nutritionally balanced meal, then we have won.

Fall Cranberry Smoothie

Fresh cranberries add amazing layers of bright flavor to typically heavy fall foods.

5 Tips to Maximize Bone Health over a Lifetime

Bone density typically peaks in our early 30s and then gradually declines over time. How quickly it declines, however, is significantly in your control.

Get a Healthier Pizza on the Dinner Table

Pizza can be a very healthy food because it can have almost all the food groups in one dish and bring balance to your meals.

Dark Chocolate Almond Oatmeal Cookies

To satisfy my sweet cravings and keep my health in check, I’ve come up with a few tricks along the way to help healthify my beloved cookie recipes.

What if it's Not Just Picky Eating? Selective Eating Disorder in Children

SED is a condition present since earliest childhood where a child, whose linear growth is normal, eats only a very narrow range of foods and refuses all others.

Ginger-Chili Fish Sauce (nước mắm gừng)

This flavorful dipping sauce is matched wonderfully with poached chicken, sliced cucumber and jasmine rice.

Why Celebrate Vegetarian Awareness Month?

Meatless food is far from boring; experimenting with antioxidant-rich herbs, spices and sauces for flavor can be fun for chefs and families alike.

Coconut Nutella Mocha with Homemade Nutella

This rich and decadent warm beverage could easily be an after-dinner dessert! Or just an afternoon treat to help keep warm during increasingly chilly days.

Caring for the Caregiver During Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Optimal nutrition, exercise and emotional wellness are three areas that will help you in your caregiver role.

5 Best Practices for Keeping Pasta Meals Healthy

I don’t buy the all-or-nothing approach to nutrition — you can have your pasta and eat it, too.

Butternut Squash and Black Bean Tacos

The flavor and taste are beyond words and, best of all, these use many seasonal ingredients.

Does Calorie Restriction Equal a Longer Life?

As early as the 16th century, humans have been fascinated with “the fountain of youth.”

Homemade Hot Sauces

Faced with a bumper chile pepper crop? The homemade stuff is easy, inexpensive to make, and tastes better than what you can find at the store.

Potatoes: a Classic and Colorful Kitchen Staple

There are countless types and varieties of potatoes, all unique in their own way.

Celebrating Fruits & Veggies: More Matters Month

On average, adults eat fruits 1.1 times per day and vegetables 1.6 times per day — far less than the USDA-recommended 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables daily.

Rhubarb Ginger Jam

I like to mix this jam in plain yogurt or put it on top of hot cereal cooked with fresh diced strawberries.

A Closer Look at National Farm Safety and Health Week

There’s good reason to promote farm safety — it's ranked as one of the most dangerous occupations.

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