Honey? Nope. Maltose? Nope. If you’re avoiding added sugars, we’ve compiled all of the ingredients that don’t belong in foods on your grocery list.
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Struggling to shed weight and keep it off? We’ve polled seven dietitians for the single most important weight loss tip they share with patients. May their tips offer you inspiration.
This recipe takes a classic Minestrone soup and turns it into a scrumptious one-dish wonder. Adding the ancient grain farro makes this soup hearty and gives it a nutty flavor. With cabbage, kidney beans, carrots, onion and tomatoes, you get lots of cholesterol-lowering, energy-boosting ingredients.
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Roast your Brussels sprouts and add rich hazelnuts, savory garlic, and sweet dates, and you’ve got an amazing flavor combo — plus a whole lot of nutrition. If there are Brussels haters at home, they’re going to convert.
Make both your brain and body happy with eggplant and tomatoes, the phytonutrient-rich stars of this flavorful, veggie-focused dish.
Spices help us explore the world with exotic tastes and they provide a healthy dose of antioxidants, phytonutrients, minerals and vitamins. Enjoy the taste and nutrition of ginger.
Cut the sugar and add some savor to so many dishes with cinnamon. Find out where it comes from and the many ways you can incorporate this spice into your food every day.
The exotic spice cumin comes as a seed or ground to add flavor. To add a healthy dose of antioxidants and vitamins to your dishes, be sure to keep some cumin on your spice rack.
Just a little cayenne pepper goes a long way to add some heat to any dish. This bright and nutritious spice dilates the blood vessels and speeds the metabolism.