Health & Diet

The Best Foods & Remedies to Soothe You When You’re Sick — Reader Intelligence Report

We once asked readers to share the foods that help them feel better when they're sick. We got a ton of responses (thank you!), so of course we had to compile the top recommendations, recipes, and remedies.

The next time you're under the weather and desperate for a little relief, look to this guide for the best drinks, soups, and other soothers to help you power through.

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Use the 3 Rs to Get Picky Eaters to Try New Foods — Food News

There are few things quite as frustrating as a kid who is a fussy eater — especially when you love food and want to share that enjoyment with them.

A new research study published in the journal Appetite gives the advice to just follow the three Rs to get your kid to try new foods.

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Recipe: Quick and Easy Black Bean Soup — Recipes from The Kitchn

When held up against the fresh, mouth-watering produce at farmers markets, canned foods can definitely pale in comparison (to say the least). But they have their time and place too!

This soup recipe makes use of a few of our canned pantry staples: black beans, diced tomatoes, and chicken broth. A single piece of bacon adds a subtle smoky flavor and silky texture. And sure, feel free to throw in a few seasonal ingredients to round things out!

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What Are the Best Resources for Low-Sodium Cooking? — Good Questions

Q: My father went through major heart surgery earlier this year, and while he is recovering well, my mom is having a hard time adapting to cooking for his new dietary needs. He needs to maintain a low-sodium diet for his blood pressure, and he has to avoid leafy greens due to blood-thinner medication.

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Recipe: Grapes Roasted with Walnut Oil — Quick Desserts

You know that we love walnut oil. It's one of those small cupboard indulgences that lifts up nearly every dish it touches. So when we came across a recipe for roasted grapes with walnut oil, well — we had to try it.

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The World Health Organization Has Bad News for Bacon Lovers — Food News

Bad news for bacon lovers and sausage lovers: The World Health Organization (WHO) has officially stated that processed meats — bacon, ham, sausage, and the like — do cause cancer, and red meat is "probably carcinogenic."

But it's not the whole story.

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