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    Heres How You Can Make Your Family Eat More Veggies; Experts Reveal

    Meat’s (especially red meat) association with health-related problems is no secret to the world. Several studies around the world have shown its association with cardiovascular disease, high cholesterol and more. Hence, health experts often recommend inclusion of more and more greens in our diet for a healthy living. Alongside, global environmentalists too endorse vegetarian or plant-based diet over meat-heavy meals to curb environmental damage caused by excessive consumption of animal products. However, it is a struggle for many people to make their family eat more greens. Fret not, we have found a solution for you! A new study by the  

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    12 of the best breakfasts for the DASH diet, one of the healthiest ways to eat

    Eggs, fruits, vegetables, and whole grains help to make up a DASH-friendly breakfast. Alexander Spatari/Getty The DASH diet is an eating plan that promotes low-sodium meals filled with fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean proteins.  Eggs, oats, whole-wheat toast, and yogurt loaded with fruits or vegetables make up a DASH-approved breakfast. Wraps, smoothies, overnight oats, and parfaits are great on-the-go options for breakfast. Visit Insider’s homepage for more stories. Dietitians are calling the Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) diet one of the healthiest ways to eat, and it’s no surprise why. DASH emphasizes eating foods that  

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    ‘Eat out to help out’ can go ‘hand-in-hand’ with healthy eating, insists minister

    Coronavirus Article Bar with counter .. Eating out to help out can go hand-in-hand with healthy eating, the care minister has insisted amid questions of mixed messaging as Boris Johnson launches an anti-obesity drive. While the Government is urging people to eat out to boost the economy and offering discounts to those who do so, Cabinet minister Helen Whately conceded that the science shows people consume more calories if they are in a restaurant compared to at home. She said: “One thing that we know is that people tend to eat more and consume more calories if they are eating  

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    Need More Acres Farm owners grow fresh, healthy food, tout food justice; eat more fruits, vegetables

    By Maridith YahlNKyTribune health reporter Kentucky farmer Michelle Howell is passionate about providing fresh food to all, no matter their income. Recently, on a webinar hosted by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky, Howell discussed how her farm, Need More Acres Farm in Scottsville, which she owns and operates with her husband Nathan, provides food justice. Michelle Howell (Photos provided) Howell’s food story began when as a 7-year-old she experienced trauma and hunger. While attending an at-risk program, a dietitian talked about a local farm and brought in kiwis for the kids to try. “I’ll never forget her kneeling  

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    New Yorkers come together to feed the 1 in 4 residents without enough to eat

    The line for food at the Community Kitchen and Pantry in Harlem stretched down the block of West 116th Street. (Vera Haller / For the Times) The hip-hop-themed restaurant Beatstro once featured chandeliers and graffiti art, DJ-led brunches, dancing and cuisine fused with Latin and African American traditions. Now, amid the economic devastation of the COVID-19 pandemic, the dining room remains dark while employees and volunteers operate from the sidewalk, handing out free meals and boxes of fruit and vegetables. “This helps me to live,” said Nereida Delgado, 37, who was among dozens of South Bronx residents lined up for  

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    You Can Eat 6 Meals A Day And Still Lose Weight On The Optavia Diet

    Photo credit: Getty Images From Women’s Health The words “cake” and “weight loss” don’t usually go together—unless you’re Cake Boss star Buddy Valastro, who dropped 35 pounds on one of Google’s top trending diets: the Optavia diet. But what exactly is the Optavia diet and should you really try it to help you lose weight? If you’ve heard of Medifast, you’re already somewhat familiar with the plan, because Optavia is essentially a version of Medifast. As with the original Medifast plan, Optavia ships prepackaged low-calorie mini-meals–which they call “Fuelings”—and ready-to-eat snacks straight to your door. There are more  

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