You can enjoy going out to eat Japanese food if you want. It’s easy if you’re armed with some simple information.
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How can you stick with your meal plan, yet join in the Indian food you have a craving for? Find out right here.
How can you stay healthy and still enjoy going out for Chinese food? It’s easy – you just need to know what to look out for!
How can you stay healthy and still enjoy eating out – especially at a buffet? You can do it by planning ahead, choosing wisely and watching how much you eat.
Are you able to stick to your low saturated fat, low cholesterol diet when“eating out? If not, you will be able to if you follow these tips…
Most people with diabetes can drink alcohol safely if they drink in moderation (one or two drinks occasionally), because in higher quantities alcohol can cause health problems.
It’s hard to go wrong in the supermarket produce department at this time of year. Peak spring vegetables are making their way to market, and the color, flavor and nutritional content of these seasonal delights couldn’t be better. This makes spring a perfect time to try new vegetables!
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