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BUTTER IS BACK!

Julie Child would be smiling! New studies show that saturated fats like butter may not be the heart health villains we've believed them to be, and this week, TIME magazine stirred the pot with a cover story titled "Eat Butter." While nutritionists still recommend a diet that includes a healthy dose of fruits and vegetables, you may be able to bring (some) butter back. Learn more.
 
 
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BLUEBERRIES FOR BEAUTY?
LOOK BETTER AND FEEL GREAT

It's summer berry season! America's most-trusted pharmacist Suzy Cohen is back with some great tips to help you eat better to feel great, and even ward off cancer and other diseases. Don't be blue -- eat a blueberry!
 
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HEALTHY JOINTS
5 TIPS FROM FLORIDA HOSPITAL

Eating almonds and sunflower seeds can be a great way to get our Vitamin E. And, better yet, they also aid the health of our bone joints. See four other foods that will not only satisfy our hunger but build our bones.


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How Does Your Garden Grow?

Summer is the perfect time to explore gardening. Whether it is a rooftop garden in clay pots or a sunny patch in your backyard, growing your own food can reap benefits far beyond the nutritional value. Take a look at all the ways gardening can feed your body and soul.
 
  A 10-Mile Eating Experiment
What is sustainable eating? Vicki Robin and a friend challenged themselves to only eat what they could grow or find within 10 miles of home and as she shared with Growing Bolder Radio, the journey was powerful. Listen now.
 
Exploring a Worm Farm
While this is sure to be the creepiest, crawliest thing you see today, Secily Wilson explains why worm farming may just be your next best bet. Watch now.
 
 
  More Gardening Tips from RLTV
RLTV knows the value of fresh fruits and vegetables and wants us to know how easy it is to garden. In fact, the hosts of The Victory Garden have transformed a rooftop deck into a low-maintenance, easy to grow garden. See how.