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    Top Wallet-Friendly Picks for Healthy Food Items at Trader Joe’s, Whole Foods and More

    Many of us are ringing in the new year with the two following resolutions: to eat healthier and to cut back on our spending. But too often it seems that these two aspirations just don’t go hand in hand. More Advice: 16 Ways To Save Money on FoodWatch Out: Costly Mistakes People Make While Grocery Shopping Healthy foods are often more expensive than junk food. Furthermore, nutritious meals tend to take longer — and require more skill — to prepare. And thanks to inflation, the cost of food is only going up. For many Americans, trimming the grocery  

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    Rooted In Foods | Go for the green | Food & Cooking

    From slightly bitter collards to the more peppery mustard and turnip, dark leafy greens have long been a staple of Southern cuisine. Many additional varieties round out what we call “greens” including beet tops, chard, dandelion, kale, nettles, sorrel and spinach. These are just a smattering of what has been cooked in home kitchens for many generations. Greens have a rich and varied heritage across many cultures. According to late food historian Karen Hess, collard greens were once food of the poor in England. The greens were cooked with other scrap vegetables into a sort of potage thickened with barley.  

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    43 Healthy Low-Carb Foods That Taste Incredible

    Eating fewer carbs can have impressive health benefits. It has been shown to significantly reduce hunger levels, which tends to lead to automatic weight loss, without the need for calorie counting (1, 2). At least 23 studies have found that low-carb diets can cause up to 2–3 times more weight loss than low-fat diets (3, 4). Decreasing your carb intake can also have numerous other health benefits, such as reducing your blood sugar, blood pressure and triglycerides or improving your “good” HDL cholesterol (5, 6, 7, 8, 9,  

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    3 Healthy Foods That Are Actually Making Bloating So Much Worse

    It’s a harsh reality that some of our favorite healthy foods may actually be the primary culprits for significant inflammation. Bloating is one of the most common digestive issues to struggle with, and can be caused by a number of factors, from hormones to food intolerances. While it does not necessarily indicate a deeper health issue outside of holding onto excess gas, bloating can still be incredibly frustrating when you’re following a healthy diet and not seeing the benefits of your choices because your body continues to appear inflamed.  In order to pinpoint the primary cause of your bloating and  

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    3D Meatless Lamb Hits Steakhouse Menus and More Vegan Foods News of the Week

    It seems that every week in the world of vegan food is more exciting than the last and this week is no exception. Fine-dining got a whole lot more vegan with chef Marco Pierre White—the first Brit to get three Michelin stars—adding whole-cut vegan lamb and beef to his steakhouse menus across the United Kingdom. On the other end of the food spectrum, former Dunkin’ CEO David Hoffmann is excited about his investment in Hooray Foods, a vegan bacon brand he hopes will hit fast-food chains soon. And to top the week off right, Cardi B’s new dairy-free whipped cream  

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    Rooted In Foods | Comforting casseroles | Food & Cooking

    Borrowed from French cuisine, cooking “en casserole” started to gain popularity in the U.S. shortly after the turn of the 19th century. A 1907 San Francisco Call newspaper article called this cooking method “simple” and “economical,” which may be why the casserole has remained a favorite over many generations. Traditionally, the term casserole referred to the porous earthenware dish in which food was cooked. Early U.S. casseroles dishes were rough on the outside and glazed on the inside which often resulted in a reddish interior. A stubby handle was part of the casserole, allowing for easier transport to a dining  

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    16 Best Plant-Based Protein Foods And Sources For Vegans

    Javier Zayas PhotographyGetty Images With plant-based food options becoming more and more common, making the switch to a vegetarian or vegan diet has never been easier. Nutritionists, environmentalists, and even your fav law student Elle Woods (shoutout to all you fellow Gemini vegetarians) have been championing the many benefits of eating more veggies for years. But one area where being plant-positive can still be a challenge is when it comes to making sure you’re getting enough protein. Proteins—and their amino acid building blocks–are an essential part of your diet, and not just when you’re trying to add some muscle  

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    Upside Foods opens cultivated meat production facility

    BERKELEY, CALIF. — Cultured meat company Upside Foods, formerly Memphis Meats, has opened its Engineering, Production, and Innovation Center (EPIC) in Emeryville, Calif. The 53,000-square-foot campus is designed to produce any species of meat, poultry and seafood in ground or whole-cut formats directly from animal cells. The facility has custom-made, patented cultivators that can produce more than 50,000 lbs of finished product with future capacity of more than 400,000 lbs per year. The innovation center has areas to mill and mix cell feed and to formulate, package and test products. It also includes quality assurance facilities with an office for  

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    Sweeping FDA guidance would drastically cut salt in American foods

    The Food and Drug Administration is asking food manufacturers and restaurants to cut the salt in their products over the coming 2½ years, hoping to reduce Americans’ overall sodium intake by 12 percent. The sweeping recommendation, announced Wednesday, is expected to cover a wide variety of foods — from chain restaurant meals to processed food on grocery store shelves and even baby food. “What we’d like to see is the food industry gradually lower the sodium content” in the most common foods, Dr. Janet Woodcock, the acting FDA commissioner, told NBC News. The goal, Woodcock said, is to slash  

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