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Looking to reboot your diet this new year? Try Leslie Beck’s four-week program

The start of the New Year is when most people look to reboot their diets. You might find yourself making promises to eat more green vegetables, to try beans and lentils, to drink more water or to cut white flour. All are goals worth pursuing.

Three super foods to add to your diet


If you’re wondering where to begin, start by adding healthy foods to your diet you don’t eat often. Pick foods that are packed with nutrients, antioxidants and other health-enhancing ingredients. Here are three so-called “super foods” to consider if they’re not already a regular part of your diet.

What’s the most nutritious kind of fish to eat?

Chances are you’ve heard that you should be eating fish twice a week to reap its many nutrition and health benefits. But some types of fish are better for you than others. And some, you should stay clear of. Follow these tips to add fish to your diet this year.

Three fatty foods you should add to your diet

If one of your goals is to cut fat from your diet this year, think twice. It’s true that fat delivers concentrated calories, so if you’re trying to lose weight you do need to control the amount you use. But many fatty foods score high on the nutrition front from fibre to vitamins to anti-inflammatory compounds. Here are three fatty foods to include in your 2015 eating plan.

How to go gluten-free the healthy way

Some people have resolved to cut gluten – a protein found in wheat, rye and barley – is an effort to eat healthier. Going gluten-free is necessary for people with Celiac disease and it may help others feel better. If you do decide to drop gluten from your diet, here’s what you need to know so you don’t drop important nutrients too.

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