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From The Food Lover's Companion, Fourth edition by Sharon Tyler Herbst and Ron Herbst. Copyright © 2007, 2001, 1995, 1990 by Barron's Educational Series, Inc.
Your body can’t make them, so the only way to get omega-3 fats is to eat them. Here’s why they’re so important and how to make sure you are getting enough.
Omega-3s have been getting a lot of attention. Find out why you need omega-3s and how to get enough.
Here’s a refresher on why omega-3s do the body good and some wonderful recipes for omega 3-loaded salmon, tuna and eggs to boost your intake.
Just about everyone could benefit from eating more of this essential fatty acid. Here are some delicious ways to up your intake.
In this week’s round-up: Millions of kids lacking vitamin D, specialty drinks are the newest fast food trend, and Japanese women guzzling collagen in hopes of staying young
We’re giving away one bottle of Sadaf grapeseed oil to five randomly-selected commenters.
You’ve probably heard that olive oil is good for you, but do you know why? And since oils are source of fat, can they be part of a healthy diet? Here’s the skinny on this fabulous oil and tips on how to enjoy it even if you’re watching your weight.
Many of my recipes call for canola oil instead of butter to increase the healthy fats and cut out the cholesterol. I often hear “Wait a minute, isn't canola oil bad for you?” We’re setting the record straight. We’re setting the record straight.
You may have spied "palm oil" on an ingredient label or stumbled across the name in a food news story. Here's the scoop on this new oil that's replacing the trans fats in your packaged junk foods.
Many praise this high-fat oil as a healthy choice, but is coconut oil really a safe option for cooking?