What Nobody Tells You About Breakfast (and More)
The authors of The New Health Rules
share a few easy, unexpected habits to adopt in 2015.
Photo: Gentl & Hyers
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Olive Oil on Salad Is Better Than Olive Oil in Cooking
The good, nutritious fats you get from extra-virgin olive oil are altered when the oil is heated. That doesn't make it bad for you when it's used in cooking; it just takes away some of its magic properties. So go ahead and use a little of it to keep the fish from sticking to the pan. But for maximum health benefits, drizzle it on your salad or swirl it into a green juice (it adds amazing richness).