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I've always wondered how many of the most popular cooking myths got started, and why so many people still think they're true. Do you know the one about keeping avocado from turning brown by using the pit? Searing meat keeps it juicy? Are green potatoes bad for you? True or false, find the answers -- plus post your own myths and I'll answer them!

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As a trained chef, author and health expert, Jennifer Iserloh has created thousands of delicious AND healthy recipes featured on The Today Show, Living Well With Montel, SELF, Prevention, In Style,...

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What are the Chakras?

Chakra, meaning 'wheel' in Sanskrit, is a term that yogis use to describe energy points in the body that start at the base of the spine and travel past the crown of the head. Learn more about each of the seven...The post What are the Chakras? appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-09-21 05:31:04
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Cooking with Lavender

Lavender has a refreshing clean smell that is unmistakeable, which has made it a scent in the forefront of the perfume industry. But lavender isn't just for soap and shampoo, I use it to flavor summer dishes!The post Cooking with Lavender appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-09-14 05:11:14
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Avoid Catching Summer Colds

Nobody wants to catch a cold or get the summer sniffles right before they're ready to head out on that long awaited vacation. Air travel, planes with recycled air and confined spaces can be incubators for germs, but how can you strengthen immunity before you take that flight?The post Avoid Catching Summer Colds appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-09-08 03:40:48
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Healthy Solution for Indian Take-Out

Take-out Indian food is one of my favorite treats since traditional Indian sauces can be extremely time-consuming to make - with a long list of spices, herbs, and many chopped vegetables that go into each and every dish. Last week, I cooked cubed-up chicken and veggies, testing out a new jarred Tikki Marsala sauce ... and I was truly amazed!The post Healthy Solution for Indian Take-Out appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-08-31 12:40:45
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Cooking With Herbs

Herbs have been delighting cooks for centuries, but did you know that herbs are a dieter's dream? They're fat free, very low in calories, packed with flavor and also have other added health benefits. The post Cooking With Herbs appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-08-26 14:30:54
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What are Goji Berries?

Goji berries, also called wolf berries, come from Northern Asia, mainly grown in Tibet. Don't let their tough exterior fool you, these little wrinkled berries are seriously beauty food!The post What are Goji Berries? appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-08-19 09:51:02
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What is Organic? Why is it Good for You?

Foods that are raised or grown organically must follow certain guidelines. They are raised in an environmentally-friendly way, without pesticides or radiation, and restricted amounts of hormones and antibiotics. But why is organic more expensive? The post What is Organic? Why is it Good for You? appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-08-12 10:00:54
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Is Chocolate the Secret to Living Longer?

So what's all the current health buzz about cocoa I keep hearing on the news?The post Is Chocolate the Secret to Living Longer? appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-08-05 08:50:55
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Cherry Crush Lemonade

Lemonade fits the bill as a refreshing summertime drink while you're cooling at the pool, finishing lawn work, or just need a break. Pomegranate and acai get a lot of press for their benefits, but cherries can also add to your antioxidant arsenal. The post Cherry Crush Lemonade appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-07-14 02:10:57
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Vitamin D

Vitamin D is best known for its role in bone health. It facilitates calcium absorption from the digestive system, normal calcium and phosphate in blood, and bone mineralization. Vitamin D is also involved with cell differentiation and immune function. The post Vitamin D appeared first on Skinny Chef.

Posted on Skinny Chef on 2017-07-01 10:20:52

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