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MAR 03, 2015 - Prevention

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The 14 Kinds Of Produce With The Highest Levels Of Pesticides

Eat CleanFruitnutritionorganic foodThe Environmental Working Group (EWG) has released its annual Shopper's Guide, including its 2015 Dirty Dozen list, a useful tool for identifying (and avoiding) the most pesticide-contaminated produce on the market. EWG analysts uses U.S. Department of Agriculture and Food and Drug Administration (USDA) pesticide-residue testing results as a basis for ranking 48 different fruits and vegetables. The ...

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MAR 02, 2015 - Shape

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Ask the Diet Doctor: Are Plants or Meat Better Sources of Iron?

Corbis Images You probably spend most of your time thinking about protein, fat, and carbs, but there's another nutrient that needs your attention: iron. Approximately seven percent of adult Americans are iron-deficient, with upwards of 10.5 percent of adult women suffering from iron deficiency. Iron not only affects your energy levels, but can also compromise your workout. (5 Weird Signs You ...

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FEB 19, 2015 - Prevention

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8 Restaurant Meals Ridiculously High In Sugar

low-sugarhealthy dinner ideasnutritionAvoiding utter sugar overload at restaurants isn't just a matter of skipping dessert. Here are 8 surprisingly sweet dishes that will send your blood sugar skyrocketing, along with 8 smart swaps that won't. Ribs Sugar counts in this category run the gamut. We've seen some as low as 24 grams, others as high as 93 grams (almost as ...

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FEB 16, 2015 - Health Canal

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Higher folate diet may reduce migraine frequency

Eating more folate, found in various green leafy vegetables such as spinach and kale, may reduce migraine frequency, a QUT research team has found.

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