The key to succeeding at eating healthfully is to make healthy eating a taste-tempting journey of savory foods to be enjoyed and not a sentence to be imposed. It is simple,

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  • Extra-Virgin Olive Oil
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: Olive oil is a staple in the heart-healthy Mediterranean diet. It’s high in monounsaturated fats that can help lower cholesterol. Health experts recommend cutting the amount of saturated fats in your diet and incorpora...
  • Red Wine
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: If you can drink responsibly and moderately — up to two glasses a day for men, one for women — red wine is another good-for-you treat. A compound in red wine called resveratrol has been linked to longevity ...
  • Fat-Free Greek Yogurt
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: Greek yogurt counts toward your daily dairy intake, and it packs plenty of protein to keep you full for longer.How to eat it: Add walnuts and banana for a supernutritious breakfastServing size: 6 oz.Calories:&n...
  • Dark Chocolate
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: If you want to treat yourself, dark chocolate is the way to go. It’s better than milk chocolate because of its high concentration of cocoa, which is packed with disease-fighting antioxidant plant chemicals called flavo...
  • Fat-Free Milk
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: Dairy products are a primary source of calcium for Americans, and they also contain vitamin D, both of which contribute to bone health. Eating low-fat or nonfat dairy has been associated with a reduced risk of heart dise...
  • Tuna
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: Tuna is high in protein, vitamin B, selenium and omega-3 fatty acids. Pregnant women and small children should limit their intake of it, however, because tuna is also high in the neurotoxin methylmercury. For everyo...
  • Almonds
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why they’re good for you: Like other tree nuts, almonds are a rich source of protein. They’re also high in calcium and monounsaturated fat (the heart-healthy kind found in olive oil). A daily handful could help lower your bad LDL cholesterol...
  • Chia Seeds
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why they’re good for you: Like flaxseeds, chia seeds are a good source of the plant omega-3 fatty acid ALA and protect against inflammation, arthritis and heart disease. Unlike flax, chia seeds don’t need to be ground or refrigerated.How to...
  • Flaxseeds
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why they’re good for you: Seeds are good sources of plant protein; flaxseeds are also high in the plant-based omega-3 fatty acid called ALA and are very heart-healthy. Just be sure to grind them up before eating.How to eat them: Sprinkle...
  • Lean Meat
    on Aug 7, 2013
    Why it’s good for you: Meat is high in protein, B vitamins, vitamin E, iron, zinc and magnesium. But it’s important to differentiate between lean meats and those high in saturated fat and cholesterol. Boneless, skinless chicken breasts and t...
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