Keto Chicken Divan

I’m pretty sure everyone’s mother made some version of Chicken Divan while they were growing up. The recipe originated in a New York City hotel and was the restaurant’s signature dish. Over the years it transformed into a family favorite casserole that was easy to make, fed a crowd and fit into most budgets. Many chicken divan recipes use canned ...

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Why There Have Been So Many Food Recalls This Year

It seems like we’re hearing about more food recalls than ever before. But there’s an explanation—and it’s surprisingly reassuring. Shutterstock / Paul Sakuma/AP/REX The year 2018 has seen more than its fair share of food recalls. You can’t go more than a couple days without hearing about a major recall of ground beef or a recall of ready-to-eat food from ...

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5 Best Keto Apps – Health

Let’s face it, the keto diet isn’t a piece of cake (literally). You have to keep constant tabs on what you’re eating to make the high-fat, low-carb plan work. The good news is, there are apps that can help with that—they can track your macronutrient intake, help you set goals, and even give you keto-approved recipes you’ll love. Below, we’ve rounded ...

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Keto Raspberry Tart [Egg-free, Dairy-free]

There is something about a tart that simply oozes sophistication, and our Keto raspberry tart is no exception. This tart follows the tradition of fine European pastry, without all those pesky carbs. Plus, it’s dairy and egg free! Tart fresh raspberries sit on a blanket of smooth cashew cream filling all enclosed by a tender and crisp low-carb pie crust. ...

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Die-Hard Sports Fans Fatter, Less Healthy Than Others

Getty Images By Benjamin Conniff With more than a dozen college bowl games left to play this season and the NFL playoffs and Super Bowl on the horizon, sports fans may be focusing on couch surfing, beer, and nachos. But they might want to take a second look at the exercise habits of the sports teams they support. A new ...

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Seasonal Holiday Starbucks Drinks Nutrition and Ingredients

The holiday season just wouldn’t be complete without a new wintertime Starbucks specialty coffee. This year it’s a juniper latte–which has been met with mixed reactions on Twitter. Intrigued? Before you try the new seasonal sip, here’s the lowdown on its ingredients and nutrition facts, plus how it compares to five of the chain’s other holiday selections. And just in ...

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Weight Loss May Reverse Artery Clogging, Study Suggests

(Getty Images) By Anne Harding Monday, March 1, 2010 (Health.com) — Eating the wrong food and gaining too much weight can clog arteries with fatty deposits, potentially leading to life-threatening heart attacks and strokes. A new study suggests this process works both ways: Eating healthy and losing weight may actually reverse—rather than simply slow down—the accumulation of these fatty deposits, ...

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Turkey Nutrition: Benefits and Calories

As you prepare for your Thanksgiving feast with family and friends, it’s likely that turkey will be on the menu (and star in your  delicious leftovers for days after that, too). But you might wonder at some point, “Is turkey actually good for me?” A lot of my clients actually ask me that very question. Here are the turkey nutrition facts worth ...

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