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Avocados can fill you up

Eating half an avocado during lunch might help you limit your afternoon snacking. A new study found that healthy but overweight adults felt fuller and had less desire to eat over a subsequent five-hour period after adding avocado to their lunch.

Eat Healthy Fats

Most adults should increase their intake of omega-3 fatty acids while curbing their intake of saturated and trans fats, according to the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics. The group recommends that 20 to 35 percent of our calories come from dietary fats, noting that eating more fish, nuts, and seeds is “a simple and effective way to improve health.”

Improve Your Digestion Naturally

By: Maria Noel Groves

Many digestive woes including indigestion, reduced enzymes and stomach acid, constipation, irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), and difficulty digesting certain foods like fat are remedied with classic bitter and aromatic digestive tonics.

Nutraceuticals for Beauty

By: Eva Milotte

Your skin is a mirror, reflecting back the quality of the foods you eat as well as your stress level, lifestyle, sleep habits, and sun exposure.

Remedies for Eye Health

By: Annie Graves

Our eyes adore antioxidants, and vitamin A is the top free radical-fighting antioxidants when it comes to eye care.

Homemade Lemon Hummus

DairyFree, GlutenFree, NutFree, Vegan

From the Taste for Life test kitchen

Fish Protects Against Arthritis

Women who regularly eat fish appear to have a lower risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis.

Swedish researchers traced 32,000 women for nearly eight years and found that those who ate fish at least once a week were 29 percent less likely to develop the disease compared to those who did not.

Tips for Freezing Your Organic Foods

1. Rotate your inventory

Fresh or frozen, all foods are best used as soon as possible. Be sure to use oldest items first to keep your inventory fresh.

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