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More Ways to Browse Diet.com Recipesposted @8:00am ET on October 7, 2012
Today I'm spotlighting a change we made recently to our Diet.com navigation!
The menu that runs across the top of the site up there ^^ has been undergoing a ton of renovation in the last year in order to make Diet.com as easy to navigate as possible. We hope that the navigation tabs (Diet Plan, Diet, Nutrition, Fitness etc.) and subnavigation items have allowed you to explore even more of the resources available to you here!
Most recently, we added subnavigation menu items to the Recipes tab. Here, we've highlighted some of the most popular parts of our Recipes section - including Chicken Recipes, Dinners, Low-Fat Recipes, Pastas, Desserts, Soups, and Crockpot recipes.
Browse all of our 1000+ recipes by clicking directly on the Recipes tab. The Recipes section itself received a massive makeover earlier this year, re-launching with yummy images to accompany every recipe!
Enjoy browsing, Pinning, bookmarking, printing or sharing these healthy and creative meal, beverage and snack ideas!
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