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The breakdown of cooking oils: Nutrition

Grease is in and its flavours are as varied as its uses. We cut through the facts on the most in-demand fats.

http://www.thestar.com/life/food_wine/2015/09/27/slick-smarts-breaking-down-cooking-oils.html

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People around the world are eating banana peels because they know something that Westerners do not

That’s right, you can eat banana peels. And not only are they edible — they’re also good for you.

http://www.businessinsider.com/benefits-of-eating-banana-peels-2015-9?utm_source=googleplaynewsstand&utm_medium=referral


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THE $5 BILLION BATTLE FOR THE AMERICAN DINNER PLATE

Investors in startups like Blue Apron, HelloFresh, and Plated are wagering hundreds of millions of dollars on the idea that dinnertime is just too hard to manage. As meal-kit startups spring up like so many mushrooms, Fast Company investigates the boxed-meal phenomenon and how it will change the way we eat.

http://www.fastcompany.com/3046685/most-creative-people/the-5-billion-battle-for-the-american-dinner-plate


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10 Foods You May Not Know that Are Healthier to Eat Raw

You probably already know that a ripe, red apple is a much healthier choice than a sugar-filled piece of chocolate cake. That much is common sense, and for some people it’s enough to keep them on track with maintaining a healthy diet.

But for those who may be looking to take their health to the next level, understanding the best ways to prepare certain foods is key to maximizing their nutritional benefits.

http://www.lifehack.org/articles/lifestyle/10-foods-you-may-not-know-its-healthier-eat-raw.html


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How Sugar Is Sabotaging Your Success as an Entrepreneur

Successful entrepreneurs know that a disciplined and dedicated work ethic is critical to building their businesses. It takes commitment to set goals, meet deadlines and learn quickly from our mistakes, but too many of us are pulling the rug out from under ourselves every single day by the dietary choices we make.

http://www.entrepreneur.com/article/245442


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Simple Rules for Healthy Eating

“Full disclosure: I did not invent most of these. I’ve developed them from reading the work of others, including what may be the most impressive “official” nutritional guidelines, those of Brazil, as well as from earlier suggestions from readers, as in this great NYT interactive graphic. It captures readers’ responses to food rules by Michael Pollan. He is, of course, the promulgator of the well-known advice: “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”

http://www.nytimes.com/2015/04/21/upshot/simple-rules-for-healthy-eating.html?_r=1&abt=0002&abg=1


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11 Reasons You Should Eat Greek Yogurt for Dinner

Sure, Greek yogurt is an excellent (if obvious) choice for a healthy breakfast. The protein-rich, low-sugar favorite is certain to keep you full until lunchtime, and checks off a number of the day’s nutritional requirements. But have you considered eating or cooking with Greek yogurt for dinner, instead? Its thick texture and inherent creaminess make it an ideal stand-in for other dairy products, instantly upping a dish’s nutritional ante and cutting its calories and fat. If you need further convincing, read on for 11 enticing reasons you should eat Greek yogurt tonight.

http://blog.foodnetwork.com/healthyeats/2015/04/25/11-reasons-you-should-eat-greek-yogurt-for-dinner/?adbid=10155496463300257&adbpl=fb&adbpr=147307165256&short_code=2wb9n&soc=healthyeatssocial_20150429_44722156