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From recipes and healthy substitutions to portion control and diets, find nutrition facts to help you eat well.
Think outside the box of pasta.
Change these things to reduce your risk of colorectal cancer.
Does scientific evidence support the label “superfood?”
From applesauce to protein powder, surprising ingredients give these cookies a healthy twist.
Healthy swaps for Thanksgiving. Plus, three Thanksgiving sides get a makeover from a Northwestern Medicine dietitian.
Packed to the giblets with Thanksgiving leftovers? Use them up with four healthy recipes from a Northwestern Medicine dietitian.
Whether you have diabetes or are hosting someone who does, here are tips to navigate your holiday feast.
Does an apple a day keep the doctor away? Why apples and other antioxidant-rich foods should be part of your daily menu.
Eat with the seasons.
What do “fat-free” and “low-calorie” really mean?
Increase calcium. Limit caffeine. More nutrition tips for the nursing mom.
Head to the farmer’s market with a printable produce shopping list. Your heart will thank you.
Which foods are good ― and bad ― for your thyroid?
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