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Are Pumpkin Seeds Healthy?

Before you freak out over pumpkin-everything, you should know that there are some serious cons to eating too many pumpkin seeds.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

13 Healthy Food and Cooking Gifts

It’s very easy this time of year to forget about the concept of healthy eating. But here’s a baker’s dozen of great gifts geared to the family member or friend who loves to cook and wants to stay in good health.

By The HealthCentral Editorial Team

Pleasure Without Guilt: Banana Bliss Soft-Serve

Everyone – including those following non-dairy, vegan, gluten-free, nut-free and/or no added sugar diets – will enjoy this smooth, unbelievably creamy ice cream clone.

By PJ Hamel

To Live Longer, Change Your Eating Habits

Recent studies have pinpointed several habits common among people who have been gifted with longevity. Use these habits as a guideline to help you lose weight and to improve your overall health.

By Amy Hendel, P.A.

3 Healthy Recipes Every Woman Should Try

We all want to eat healthier — but who has the time? Enjoy these fast, easy, and delicious recipes.

By PJ Hamel

Eat Smart For Colon Cancer Treatment Recovery

Colon cancer and treatment side effects make it hard to take in essential nutrients. Here are some ways to nourish your body and help prevent cancer recurrence.

By Sheila M. Eldred

Thyroid Patients: Is the Paleo Diet for You?

If you’re struggling to lose weight as a thyroid patient, the Paleo diet can help reduce inflammatory symptoms.

By Mary Shomon

Things That Can Go Wrong With Food Substitutions

Going gluten free for your holiday recipes? Or just switching to coconut cooking oil? Make sure you watch out for these possible pitfalls.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Reflux Free Meal Plan for a Week

Looking for meal ideas that won't leave you with reflux? We've got you covered for seven whole days with breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack ideas.

By Tracy Davenport, Ph.D.

Cooking With RA: Enlist Your Family's Help

When you have RA, hearing "what's for dinner?" can be a daunting question — but it doesn't have to be. Make cooking as a family an "all hands on deck" event.

By Cathy Kramer