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Baba Ghanoush

By Robin Asbell
A classic Lebanese dish, baba ghanoush is ideal for eggplant skeptics: Roasting the veggie mellows its natural bitterness and gives it a lush, nutty flavor.
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What Chronic Conditions Might be Exacerbated by Food Reactivity?

By Mo Perry
Food sensitivities can make chronic conditions, such as Crohn's disease, IBS, and ulcerative colitis worse.
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Fortifying Kids’ Nutrition

By Michael Dregni
Two-thirds of American kids' calories come from processed food. Here's how we can do better.

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Is Being Overhydrated Dangerous?

By Sarah Tuff
Although overhydration is rare, it can be as dangerous as dehydration.
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Cilantro-Coconut Chutney

By Robin Asbell
The coconut milk in this chutney lends it a rich creaminess, and the ginger and jalapeño give it some punch.
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3 Moves to Stretch Your Inner Thighs

By Lauren Bedosky
Mobilize your adductors to improve pelvic positioning and protect against inner-knee and lower-back pain.
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The Pool Workout

By Lauren Bedosky
This water workout offers a strength-and-cardio challenge that’s gentle on your joints.
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Is Food Reactivity On the Rise?

By Mo Perry
Yes. The most common allergenic foods are peanuts, milk, shellfish, tree nuts, eggs, finfish, wheat, soy, and sesame.
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8 Food Safety Myths

By Stephanie Soucheray
How cautious do we need to be in the kitchen? Our experts share tips for safe food handling, prep, and storage.
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What Happens to Your Body When It’s Underhydrated

By Sarah Tuff
Slowed cell metabolism and kidney stones are just some of the potential effects of underhydration.
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Curried Red-Lentil Dip

By Robin Asbell
This dip is an homage to dal, a ubiquitous dish in Indian cuisine. The recipe calls for the lentils to be cooked like rice, which keeps them from falling apart and gives the final dish some texture.
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Can Food Reactivity Be Healed?

By Mo Perry
Many food sensitivities can resolve over time — as long as the gut has a chance to heal and foods are reintroduced slowly.
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Is Exercise More Important Than Weight Loss For a Longer Life?

By Michael Dregni
When it comes to longevity, regular exercise may be more important than weight loss, according to a recent study.
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What Are Common Triggers for Food Intolerances and Sensitivities?

By Mo Perry
Leaky gut syndrome frequently precedes food intolerances and food sensitivities. Here's why.
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7 Tips to Boost Your Butyrate

By Helen Martineau
If you're eager to increase your own butyrate levels, here are several ways to start
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Why Is it Important to Reintroduce Foods Over Time, When Possible?

By Mo Perry
Eating a wide variety of healthy foods is important for both physical and mental health, says our expert.
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