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Christmas Mincemeat or Jam Turnovers

Christmas Mincemeat or Jam Turnovers

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These buttery and yummy turnovers will for sure turn you over. It's not easy to stop popping these tasty treats into your mouth, they are additively delicious.

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Pineapple Drop Cookies

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Quick Fudge Cookies

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Cinnamon Apple Mince Muffins

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Mince meat is always used for making cookies, but they are good for making muffins or cakes as well. These muffins are super moist and flavorful!

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According to a study of 2,834 middle-aged Americans, those who consumed the most whole-grain foods had a significantly smaller waist circumference.

Does Gaining Weight Change Your Personality?

Does Gaining Weight Change Your Personality?

Gaining weight may change more than your appearance, you may experience personality changes such as increased impulsivity.

Bacterial Contamination in Organic Chicken?

Bacterial Contamination in Organic Chicken?

Is organic chicken really better for you than traditionally processed chicken?

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Share the Love: Luxurious Valentine’s Day Desserts

Show your loved ones how much you care by creating a decadently delicious dessert for them this Valentine’s Day.

Catching Up on Sleep Improves Your Health

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More sleep means better health. Studies show that more sleep lowers risks for diabetes, obesity, heart disease and stroke.

What David A. Kessler, M.D., author of The End of Overeating, tells us?

What David A. Kessler, M.D., author of The End of Overeating, tells us?

David A. Kessler, M.D. who has struggled with weight his entire life, wanted to find out why chocolate chip cookies are so powerful, why he ate when he didn’t feel hungry—and what actions he could take about it. So seven years ago the physician and former FDA commissioner set out to discover what drives us to eat too much. He talked to neurobiologists, psychologists and food-industry insiders. The End of Overeating (Rodale), in his new book, Kessler shares what he developed.

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