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By mahir | June 7, 2011

I love what Women’s Health is doing on their online site. The magazine’s site equips readers with great recipes, but great tools as well. From a healthy recipe finder to their 10 Foods, 40 Recipes you never have to be without a delicious yet fitness-friendly recipe. Download their 10 Foods, 40 Recipes Print-and-Go Guide here.

Food: A Love/Hate Story
Even though it’s essential to life, almost 30 percent of Women’s Health readers polled said they feel stressed about food daily. Having a complicated relationship to food is normal, but it doesn’t have to be so tough. Check out this article for insight into your own taste preferences. While helping you understand why you might have stress, the article offers support towards acceptance, and tips for enjoying your food without stress. Read the article here.

5 Meals Every Woman Should Know How to Make
Covering many important food-centric occasions such as breakfast on the first morning after or an important business dinner, this article equips you with delicious recipes when you need to impress. A healthy take on chocolate fondue is perfect for their suggested situation: “your best friend’s heart has just been trampled,” but would taste equally perfect at the end of a dinner party. Check out the recipes here.

Gourmet Microwave Meals
If you have a microwave, then you can tackle these delicious recipes from Women’s Health. Dishes like Jerk Pork with Pineapple turn the notion of microwave as reheating-facilitator on it’s head and give you fast and healthy solutions for weeknight dinners. Check out the recipes here.

The Rodale Healthy Recipe Finder
For more delicious recipes from Women’s Health, try their Healthy Recipe Finder. You’re sure to find inspiration in dishes like Zesty Spinach Omelet or a Fizzy Grape Float.

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