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Eating Well

  • Eating the Right Foods for All-Day Energy
    If your blood glucose drops too low -- which can happen if you go too long without eating -- you're going to feel lightheaded and lethargic.
  • Give Your Energy Level a Tune-Up
    Eating smaller, healthy meals distributes energy calories more evenly than large meals and keeps your blood sugar normal throughout the day.
  • How to Junk a Junk-Food Diet
    Whether you’re trying to maintain a healthy weight or improve your health, junk food can sabotage a worthy effort.
  • Increase Your Energy Level Through Sleep, Nutrition, Exercise
    Instead of popping a pill to restore long-lost vigor, try propping a pillow under your head and getting to bed earlier. More sleep, exercise and better nutrition are the natural path to greater vitality.
  • Low-Fat BBQ: Cooking as Delicious as It Looks
    Barbecuing uses healthy cooking techniques for a low-fat, healthy lifestyle -- especially when compared with frying.
  • Nutrition's Role in Disease Prevention
    Evidence is mounting that a healthful diet can help protect you from some diseases. What you eat -- or don't eat -- may help prevent heart disease, cancer, osteoporosis and type 2 diabetes.
  • Potbellies Warn of Later Problems
    The fact is, you might not care as much about looks as your wife does, but that fat around your abdomen is no laughing matter. A man's potbelly often warns of later problems ranging from heart disease to cancer, diabetes, arthritis, back pain, and sleep apnea.
  • Simple Ways to Improve Your Diet
    Eating healthy can reduce your risk of illness and lengthen your life. Eating a balanced, low-fat, low-cholesterol diet reduces your risk of heart disease, certain cancers, diabetes, stroke and other diseases. Follow these tips to help improve your diet.