Chef Collette Haw is here to remind you that eating well can also taste good! Check out her citrus smoothie recipe.
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Diet is important for good vision, especially to those who are at high risk for age-related macular degeneration (AMD).
Vegan, Paleo, Mediterranean, South Beach. With so many diets, it can be confusing – or some might say boring. Chef Hari Pulapaka comes to the rescue making the case that a vegetarian diet is healthy and tasty.
You have a good caffeine buzz going. It’s the sweet spot. But when is taking another sip too much for your body to process?
Avocados, anyone? A recent study from the University of Illinois concluded incorporating avocados into our daily diets improves our gut health.
Discover how the founder of Tofurky celebrates National Vegan Day, and how the pandemic has impacted his business.
Nutritionist Kimberly Snyder says it’s time we all stop obsessing over numbers when it comes to weight loss and start focusing on our minds and souls. She explains how traveling the world for three years changed her approach to health forever.
March is National Nutrition Month and while we all strive to eat well and stay healthy year-round, it seems like a good time for a few reminders and reinforcements. Here are 31 nutrition tips for 31 days.
Cancer took her husband’s life but not her desire to fight for others. Nutritionist Tara Gidus explains what she’s learned about the important and potentially life-saving ties between your diet and cancer.
Is coffee bad for you? What’s better — sugar or “fake” sugar? Just what makes white flour so bad for your body? And have you had your thyroid checked lately? Dr. Nancy Simpkins shares the news you need to know about getting and staying healthy.
Brad Gruno is a former dotcom millionaire who lost it all in the crash. He found himself in his mid-40s, overweight, depressed and unhappy. Then his aunt introduced him to raw foods. It changed his life — and career — forever.
There’s no doubt our nation is in the midst of a health crisis, from diabetes to obesity to heart disease to cancer. Mee Tracy McCormick says the cure is in the kitchen. Find out how she cooked her way out of her chronic autoimmune disease.