10 Ways to Cut Calories This Thanksgiving
10 Ways to Cut Calories This Thanksgiving
By Irina Gonzalez | 11/27/2013 - 13:34

We at Latina recently had a very lively discussion centered on one very complicated question: Is it ok to overindulge on Thanksgiving? 


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Colorado Politician Says Minorities Are Poor Because of Fried Chicken
Colorado Politician Says Minorities Are Poor Because of Fried Chicken
By Samantha Leal | 08/23/2013 - 10:01

Wow. Colorodo Republican state senator Vicki Marble caused quite the uproar Wednesday when giving an address as part of the Economic Opportunity Poverty Reduction Task Force, in which she credited high poverty rates among blacks and Latinos, in part, to diets that include fried chicken, reports Fox News Latino.


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Woman at Restaurant
7 Ways To Cut Calories At Restaurants
By Valerie Tejeda | 09/22/2012 - 15:00

While eating out is definitely a treat, you don’t have to ruin your whole diet in order to dine. (Seriously!) Nutritionist Marcus Avila gives us the shortcuts to keep us on track – even when dining out.


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5 Healthy Foods That Are Good For You & Your Skin
By Helen Troncoso | 08/09/2012 - 14:00

Summer is a great time to eat foods that are at the peak of flavor and nutritional content. They not only taste great, but can help your skin, nails and more. Here are five foods that are not only good for you, but are have other surprising benefits or uses that you might not know about. 


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Skinny Bikini cocktail
The Skinny Bikini
By Sally Mercedes | 03/30/2012 - 15:36

It's a bummer that cocktails are so loaded in sugar and calories, putting a damper on our boozy brunch plans. Thank goodness for the rise in skinny drinks! Travis London's coconut concoction is delicious and will keep your body swimsuit-ready, so you can spend more time at brunch and less time at the gym.


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Joan Smalls on Being the Only Puerto Rican Victoria's Secret Angel & Loving Mofongo
By Verky Arcos | 11/29/2011 - 10:00

Every few years, a fresh-faced model takes the fashion industry by storm! 2011 has been the year of Joan Smalls; her face has launched campaigns for Gucci and Roberto Cavalli and she's been spotted strutting down the catwalk of the season’s hottest couture fashion shows like Christian Dior and Givenchy. But, even with all these bragging rights and a skyrocketing career, Smalls manages to stay humble and connected to her roots. 

Here's what she had to say to us when we caught up with her at the Victoria's Secret fashion show recently.


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Paulina Rubio Shares 5 Tips for a Sexy Body
Paulina Rubio's Top 5 Tips for a Sexy Summer Body
By Celestrellas | 06/09/2011 - 15:10
Paulina Rubio is back! After fighting depression over the traumatic loss of her father back in January and weathering rumors of turmoil in her marriage to Nicolás Vallejo Nájera, Paulina Rubio is a new woman. She's clearly rejuvenated by the time she took off to care for her baby boy, Andrea Nicolás. Oh and did we mention how amazing she looks? She's back in great shape after working hard to to lose the baby weight through rigorous workouts and healthier living.

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Powerful Portion Control Tools
By Janel Martinez | 09/22/2010 - 15:40

“Everything in moderation” is an essential mantra to live by when on the road to healthy eating. Here are a few more options—from designer dishes to easy-to-use dispensers—that will have you both eating and thinking better.


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Take Care of You: Saving Your Mental Health
By Ylonda Gault Caviness | 04/21/2010 - 14:39

¡Ayúdame!

When is the last time you asked for help?

If you're like most Latinas, you probably can’t even remember. And believe it or not, that one little word, "help," can unlock the secret to your mental health.


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Staff Health Challenge: Cooking 101
By Dorkys Ramos | 06/17/2009 - 15:05

I never learned how to cook like my mother: a pinch of this, a dash of that and somehow her sazón would come out perfect every single time. She can taste whatever is bubbling in the pot and know exactly what’s missing. Not me.

Growing up, I’d throw mini feminist rants saying, “I’m never becoming a stay-at-home mom to cook for a man!” It would only be fueled by my dad’s old-school claims that once I get married, my husband was going to bring me right back as soon as he learned that I couldn’t cook. “Well then I’ll marry a chef!” I’d say.


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