Have a Happy, Healthy New Year!

By: Liz Gray
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Photo by: Antonis Achilleos

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Happy new year! 2011 is here, and along with the new calendar, we're bringing you new tips and delicious recipes to ease into a healthy lifestyle that will last all year long.

Want to get started now? Get more than 20 healthy weeknight and weekend menus put together by Healthy Eats' resident dietitians Toby and Dana, and watch Ellie Krieger make over favorite comfort foods.

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