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5 foods containing potentially heart-healthy polyphenols

Growing research has indicated that foods rich in natural chemical compounds called polyphenols may offer protection from a variety of diseases.

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Practicing what I preach: I’m ready to lose weight and live healthier

Losing weight can be hard – even for doctors! Follow cardiologist Dr. Banks on her journey to lose the “baby weight” and take control of her health.

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Can eating earlier in the day jumpstart weight loss?

Can eating earlier in the day be the key for fast, safe weight loss? Our dietitian says it may be, and shares other two more simple tips for losing weight.

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Added sugars: Sour news for our kids’ hearts

It’s a well-known fact that sugar isn’t great for us. But what it’s doing to kids’ hearts is not only surprising – it’s downright scary.

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Could you be getting too much calcium?

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5 tips for healthy eating after a weekend football binge

It’s hard to get back to healthy-eating habits after a weekend of football snacks. These five tips can help families stay on track without sacrificing flavor.

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Scale stuck? Rethink eating before and after exercise

If you exercise regularly but the scale won’t budge, you may need to alter your pre- and post-workout eating habits. Our dietitian offers tips in her latest blog.

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5 signs you’ve chosen the right multivitamin

Check these five guidelines before you buy a multivitamin. Learn what a good multivitamin can – and cannot – provide.

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Small changes in diet, exercise lead to big results, even if you’re busy

Small changes matter when you’re taking steps to improve your health by eating better and exercising more. A UT Southwestern Medical Center doctor provides some tips, including the Plate Method for meals. Add your voice – #calloutcancer today.

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Debunking the ‘miracle diet’ for cancer patients

There is no miracle diet for people who have been diagnosed with cancer. The physicians at UT Southwestern Medical Center in Dallas debunk some of the more common cancer diet myths.