How to Detox Without Starving Yourself (or Going Crazy)

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“Detox” by consuming more fresh fruits and vegetables and avoiding processed foods.

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This winter, refresh your body and mind with a detox diet that isn’t totally insane (we’re looking at you, Master Cleanse). Instead of ditching all food, focus on eliminating excess processed foods and incorporating more fresh fruits and vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein into each meal. READ MORE...

Winter Schminter

Summer may be prime farmer’s market season, but you can find plenty of fruits and vegetables during winter, too. 

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Add some greens (and reds, oranges, yellows, and purples) to any dish with these sneaky tips

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