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Go Beyond Ham for Easter Dinner

By KnowMore.tv
By Alma Schneider LCSW Cooking Coach
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Is Your Easter Candy a Calorie Bomb?

By KnowMore.tv
By Erin Palinski-Wade RD CDE
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How To Keep Your Lettuce Fresh For Ten Days

By Dianne Venetta
    While I enjoy fresh lettuce, my biggest problem was keeping it fresh. I have a lot of lettuce growing in my garden—so much, I can't eat it all in one or two sittings. And old lettuce is no good. Not only sour-smelling, it tastes awful. So what's a girl to do?Keep that lettuce safe and secure until she’s ready to eat it using my foolproof method of lettuce storage! 
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Spinach, Pineapple, and Tuna Salad

By KnowMore.tv
Chef James creates a delicious salad!
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Passover Seder Makeover

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The Sexy Salad

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Wow, a salad that will jump start your sex drive. More>>

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Say Bye-Bye Beef, Hello Lentil Burger

By KnowMore.tv 
Chef James prepares a mouth-watering burger made with protein-rich lentils.
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5 Foods with Fewer Calories Than You Might Think

By Jessica DeCostole, RDN
Which foods have you found to be surprisingly low in calories?
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How to Peel and Slice Garlic Like a Pro!

By KnowMore.tv
Chopping garlic used to be a very difficult task. My mom would spend all day chopping garlic and peeling garlic, but I’m going to teach you a very simple way on how to get the most of your garlic.
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Vegetable Fried Rice Done Right!

By KnowMore.tv
Chef James shares his oh-so-simple and tasty recipe for vegetable fried rice.
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Tasty, Easy Chicken Paillard

By KnowMore.tv
Chef James shows you how to make a super healthy and fast chicken paillard with Greek salad that will make your mouth water.
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Mardi Gras: Bring the Big Easy to Your Dining Table

By Tracey Doull
Mardi Gras is just around the corner, and even if you can’t make it to the Big Easy for the celebration, you can still laissez les bons temps rouler - let the good times roll - and host your very own N’awlins style dinner party!
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How to Make Simple, Tasty Guacamole

Who doesn't love guacamole? Here is a step-by-step on how to make your own heart-healthy dip. More>>

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Farro Risotto with Butternut Squash and Leeks

Farro Risotto with Butternut Squash and Leeks. If you like, you could make this dish with beets instead of butternut squash. Serves 6. More>>

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BBQ Chicken Pizza Made Light

By Esmeralda Chaidez
No need to hesitate anymore. Put your phones down and yellow book pages away, this simple and easy recipe will put delivery pizza to shame. Didn’t think there could be a way to fit pizza into a healthy diet? Well this...
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Get Your G-Tox On and Green Juice Your Way to a Healthier Lifestyle

By KnowMore TV
    Incorporating Green Juice into your daily routine can lead to a healthier life style.
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Crispy Chicken Tenders Your Kids Will Love

By KnowMore.TV
Finally, crispy chicken tenders your kids will love to eat...and YOU will love to serve. Try them out and let us know what you think. Got a recipe to share? Let us know...maybe we'll share it here on GalTime!
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Wolfgang Puck's Mashed Potato Recipe

By Wolfgang Puck
POTATO PUREE WITH TRUFFLES 2-1/2 pounds Idaho potatoes, peeled, salted water, 1 whole truffle....
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Easy 1-2-3-4 Cheesecake

By Camilla Saulsbury
The simplicity of cheesecake has tremendous appeal, but making it can be confusing and intimidating when it doesn’t turn out as planned. I have run into the same problems as everybody else (including some bizarre...
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10 Reasons to Throw a Dinner Party

By Kitchen Moxie
    Where does the time go? We’re already well into October and before we know it, the holidays will be upon us!Now’s the time to think about hosting your own dinner party. This is a great opportunity to reconnect with friends and family in a special and meaningful way.  
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Wherefore art thou, romantic dinner for two?

By Tracey Doull
You may not be star-crossed lovers and your families may not have been feuding for centuries, but that doesn’t mean you aren’t desperate to carve out a little time with the one you love.Why not surprise your Romeo or Juliet with a feast fit for a king or queen that can be pulled together on a budget – and in a snap?
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Fall-ing into Family Dinner Nights

By Kitchen Moxie
    Now that everyone has fall-en back into a ‘normal’ routine of autumn, there just doesn’t seem to be enough time to get everything done.  Still, we all know how important it is to gather the family around the table for meals.     
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White Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Fondue

Everyone is getting into the spirit of fall desserts...and, with Halloween around the corner, who doesn't love anything with pumpkin in it? Well, our friends at The Melting Pot are heating things up...way beyond the typical pumpkin bread and pie. They've got an easy, to-die-for White Chocolate Pumpkin Pie Fondue recipe that'll have your entire family... or dinner party guests... BOOming with excitement. More>>

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GalTime Sits Down 'Food & Wine' Best New Chef Jason Vincent

By Lindsley Lowell
Chicago is heating up! We’re not talking about the Bulls or the Bears. We’re referring to what’s cooking in Nightwood restaurant, where accomplished chef Jason Vincent makes great food happen. We sit down with the renowned chef, voted Best New Chef By Food & Wine...
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No-Stir Crockpot Risotto

By Camilla Saulsbury

Crockpots are the polyester pantsuits of the culinary world. Despite a surge in re-fashioning in the past few years, they have never been fashionable, despite their functionality.
Thus it was with concerted effort that my sister and I thanked our parents for the twin crockpots we received years back.

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Scrumptious Homemade Meatless Meatballs

By Camilla Saulsbury
I've been meaning to do some experimenting with TVP (texturized vegetable protein), and today felt like the day to do it.I bought several bags of TVP a few months ago. I wanted to figure out some more high-protein recipes...and meatballs seemed like a natural choice.

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Quick and Easy Marmalade Chicken

By Camilla Saulsbury
One of my standard chicken dishes is marmalade chicken. It's quick and easy, requires few ingredients, and is just gorgeous and delicious when you finish it with a simple salad like the one I've done here ...
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Sneaky Blueberry Smoothie

By Camilla Saulsbury
The fresh spinach leaves do not add any taste or texture to the smoothie, and are almost completely invisible once blended in. Don’t be tempted to try frozen spinach—I have, and it adds a strong, unpleasant flavor and does not blend completely (yuck).
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Green Pea Risotto with Scallops

By: Lisa Dixon, RD, MBA
Just the word risotto is scary to many cooks (professional chefs, included! Just ask Gordon Ramsey!).  Here is an easy, yet delicious risotto recipe that will impress everyone at your dinner table.
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Coconut-Crusted Tilapia with Vegetable-Mint Salsa

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This fish feels particularly indulgent, even though the dish begins with a purchase of tilapia–often the cheapest filets at the market. But its coconut coating and crisp, addictive vegetable salsa take it over the top. More>>

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Salmon Spaghetti with Plum Tomatoes and Avocado

By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen

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Wheat Grass Garden

By Carly Cylinder
On the spur of the moment, I decided to teach my floral design class how to make a wheat grass garden. It turned out very pretty and was a big hit. Check it out....
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Buckwheat and Kale Tart

By Rachel Khanna
I received a bounty of kale in my farm share this summer. So, in an attempt to find new and creative ways to use it, I decided to try making a kale tart. Here's my delicious recipe...
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Florence’s Eggplant

By Carly Cylinder
My brother and I went to Florence while backpacking after college and fell in love with the little markets where everyone seemed to be screaming at each other when they were really just talking. Each bite reminds me of eating fresh bread with eggplant outside of the Uffizi museum. Here's our favorite (and easy) recipe...
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Basil Corn on the Cob Recipe

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Summer Lemon Mousse with Strawberries

This dessert is an incredibly light and satisfying treat for a casual summer night. The strawberries are the perfect counter-point to the tart, lemony mousse.
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Cheesy Summer Squash Casserole Recipe

Onion and cheddar cheese perk up the rich flavor of summer squash in this comforting casserole. A crispy cornflake-crumb topping adds a little crunch. More>>

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Indian-Spiced Hamburgers

By Rachel Khanna
Indian-spiced hamburgers are a nice and delicious twist on the classic hamburger. Serves 6 to 8 people...
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Fill 'er Up (or Leftover) Frittata

By Carly Cylinder, FlourLA
One day I just started making frittatas out of nowhere, and now whenever I have someone over for breakfast I make this, and people are impressed! It's so easy, and because it's thick, it is very filling.
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Baby-Making Cuisine: Recipes for Fertility

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By KnowMore.tv
A high-protein, low-carb diet may help women trying to conceive produce better quality eggs and embryos, boosting fertility, according to new research. Here’s a menu, tips and recipes to get you started!
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Kale Chef’s Salad with Chopped Egg, Walnut, and Avocado

This kale salad solves lunch by creating a killer balance of rich ingredients with nutrient-rich greens. The egg, walnut, and avocado collaborate to deliver satisfaction.
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A Taste of France: Far Breton

By Rachel Khanna
This is one of my favorite French cakes because I like its custardy texture. I like to serve it for brunch. It is very similar to Cherry and Almond Clafouti, and you can use cherries or blackberries in place of the dried fruit (and omit the tea) if you wanted to make a clafouti instead...
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Diabetic-Friendly Spaghetti & Meatballs Dinner

By KnowMore.tv
If your diabetes diagnosis has made spaghetti and meatballs off-limits for you, we’ve tweaked the recipe so you can enjoy this classic meal while still controlling your blood sugar.
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'The American Baking Competition': Sweet vs Salty Recipes

By GalTime
This summer television is jam-packed with food competitions -- but have you checked out the show with an undeniable devotion to desserts and tasty treats? Try out these mouthwatering recipes from the new hit CBS show “The American Baking Competition.”
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Delicious Homemade Barbecue Sauce

By Taste of Home
This is a delicious staple to have on hand during the summer grilling season. Use the flavorful sauce to baste chicken or to top hamburgers and hot dogs right off the grill.
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Quinoa with Roasted Tomatoes, Avocado, and Pesto

Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen
Highly Nutritious and Quite Tasty Quinoa Recipe Serves 6
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Desserts Kids Can Make & Eat, Too

By Life Love Shopping
Getting ready for some summer get-togethers? If you’ve run out of dessert ideas or need something a little healthier and refreshing for party fare, here are two delicious, easy-to-make options. Don't leave the kids out of the fun.
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Peppercorn Steaks Recipe

By Taste of Home
These tender peppered steaks get plenty of zip from a quick-to-fix sauce flavored with mustard and Worcestershire.
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Tasty Tomato and Apple Tart

A mouth-watering combination of ripe tomatoes and apples... wrapped in a tasty crust.  What more could you ask for!
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Santa Fe Spinach Dip

By Taste of Home
A Southwestern food fan asked us to bring home a taste of her restaurant favorite—a cheesy spinach dip from Cheddar's Casual Cafe. Our Test Kitchen came up with this flavor-packed facsimile that's sure to be a hit at your next party.
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Spinach Salad with Strawberry Dressing

By Camilla Saulsbury
Almost every day is a spinach day for me. I stuff it into blueberry smoothies, layer it in sandwiches and wraps, scramble it into eggs and tofu, stir it in to ready-made soups and, much to my family's horror, munch on it--plain-- as a snack.

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One-bowl Vanilla Bundt Cake

By Camilla Saulsbury

If you’re looking for the quintessential Bundt cake, this is it. Sour cream adds a rich dimension to the batter, resulting in a not-too-sweet cake that highlights the fragrant nuances of the vanilla.

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Vegetable Pizza with Parmesan Scone Crust

By Camilla Saulsbury
The idea for this recipe stems from one of my all-time favorite cookbooks, Biscuits and Scones, by Elizabeth Alston; it was a going-away to grad school present from a favorite aerobics class participant. It is petite perfection: 62 sweet and savory recipes, of which I have tried almost all (biscuits and scones fit well with a graduate student budget).
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Homemade Ginger Ale

By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen
I am thrilled to share this recipe with my fellow ginger ale-oholics. The flavor, with that intense, nose-crinkling gingery taste, is definitely closer to what you’ll find at expensive health food stores, not the old supermarket aisle.
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Tangerine Rosemary Mimosa

GalTime.com   
Mimosas are the perfect way to toast the holidays. Here's a tasty twist on this traditional brunch favorite from the Ritz-Carlton, Marina del Rey.Ingredients:Fresh squeezed tree ripened tangerine juiceCA sparkling...
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Asparagus with Tarragon Vinaigrette

By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen
I improvised this dish using my new found  technique of tying the asparagus into bundles, and finished it with a tried and true tarragon vinaigrette I often use with simply prepared vegetables.
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Healthier Italian Pot Roast

By Taste of Home

Simple and tasty recipe for a wonderful Sunday night family dinner.

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Healthier Macaroni and Cheese!

by Cari Coulter, RD, LD

Whether it’s because we’re visiting family and feeling nostalgic, feeling ill and in need of some soothing, or experiencing the blues and want to change the mood, we turn to comfort foods for a wide variety of reasons.

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Two Ingredient Chocolate Mousse

By Jaclyn Fishman
I have a bit of a sweet tooth. Well, it’s really more of a full-on, out of control, send all desserts in the tri-county area directly to my house type of sweet tooth, but that’s besides the point!  I’m in...

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Egg Pasta with Saffron, Shrimp, and Peas

By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress, Big Girls Small Kitchen
You can use pre-shelled, pre-cleaned shrimp. Then, substitute pasta water for the quick shrimp broth (you’ll have to make the pasta slightly earlier than otherwise, but it’s no big deal, since it reheats...

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Homemade Baba Ganoush

By Phoebe Lapine and Cara Eisenpress
Baba Ganoush is a popular Middle Eastern spread that you can easily make at home. The classic version is made with roasted eggplant, tahini, garlic, lemon, olive oil and spices. After you char the eggplants, you simply bake...
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Ginger Garlic Chicken Wraps

By Tera Norberg
Yesterday was one of those days where I felt like re-creating something I love to order when dining out. I adore the lettuce wraps from PF Changs, but I don’t adore how puffy they make me the next day. So here’s my spin on lettuce wraps!
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$100,000 Winning Chicken Recipe!

By Camilla Saulsbury
Mahogany Broiled Chicken with Smoky Lime Sweet Potatoes and Cilantro Chimichurri - $100,000 Grand Prize Recipe, National Chicken Cook-Off
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Perfect No Bake Brownies

By Camilla Saulsbury
The simplicity of chocolate brownies is one of life’s greatest (eating) pleasures. Here the well-loved confection takes shape in a quick and easy no-bake bar. You can doctor this brownie recipe to suit your taste in the same way you would regular brownies.
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Amazing Peanut Butter Cookies

By Camilla Saulsbury
These cookies are mini-wonders—near effortless, with ingredients you have on hand right now, but so delicious. The absence of flour is no mistake—these cookies are pure peanut butter goodness.
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Perfect Whole Wheat Crepes

By Camilla Saulsbury
Crepes were a regular feature for Saturday morning breakfasts at my house throughout childhood and beyond. The default topping was a sprinkle of sugar and a generous squeeze of lemon juice.
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Eggplant-Zucchini Lasagna

By Big Girls Small Kitchen
I was inspired to use this 10-inch round skillet, which of course meant some breaking up of noodles and then fitting them together into the pan’s curves. You can also use a square or rectangular baking dish–you’ll want an 8 or 9-inch square pan. When the tomatoes aren’t fresh, you can simply use 3 plum tomatoes from a can.
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100 Calorie Tex-Mex Casserole

By Big Girls Small Kitchen
Classic Southern casseroles are usually on the heavy side, if Paul Dean’s renditions are any indication. Perhaps it’s the fat that makes them so comforting, but we think that the amount of butter does not always dictate the level of deliciousness.

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Raspberry-Coconut Peppermint Chiffon Cake

By Heather Barranco Dreamcakes

I crave summer raspberries. They're luxurious and special. When I make this cake with fresh raspberries, it's always loved my family and friends.

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Asian Salmon Burger

By Big Girls Small Kitchen
The idea for these Asian-influenced salmon burgers came to me when I was thinking of what to do with a leftover knob of ginger. I had never made fish based burgers before, and I was a little wary of my audience, but decided I could rely on unconditional love to make this meal a success. After both plates were clean (even my mom’s), my parents asked if I would make the salmon burgers again the next time I cooked.
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Is It Fresh? A Shelf Life Guide

By Lori Lennon
Sometimes it is hard to tell how fresh food really is, especially when it doesn’t come with an expiration date. But even when there is a sell-by date, food freshness can still be a bit confusing. You know your foods are...
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One Really Tasty Reason Gwyneth Paltrow Looks So Good

By KnowMore.tv
You’ve been meaning to eat right all year long, but a year is a long time and you haven't started yet. Well, it's never too late to change your diet! Get on a health kick starting today by throwing together an amazingly nutritious salad that Hollywood celebs eat daily at the swanky Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, CA.
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How To Kick 4 Common Food Cravings

By KnowMore.tv
It’s 11:00 p.m. and you suddenly have an uncontrollable urge to rip open a bag of salt vinegar potato chips or dig into a pint of chocolate ice cream. You want it so badly that you’d even be willing to venture to the grocery in your sheep-print pajamas without thinking twice. Does this scenario sound familiar?
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Will Going Gluten-free Help You Shed Pounds... or Pack Them On?

By KnowMore.tv
Celebrities are doing it. Your neighbor swears by it. Even your grocery store promotes it. Gluten-free diets are everywhere. But what’s the truth about this way of eating? Will it really help you shed the pounds and improve your health or is it just another fad?
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