What’s the buzz? Coconut oil is a vital pantry staple that is good for everything. However the science says not so fast!
Good fat, bad fat, no fat, low-fat, butter, margarine, olive oil — is your head spinning yet?
Pesto can be made with almost any nut or seed one desires; this recipe uses pepitas. Toasting the pepitas releases their oils and deepens their flavor for a delicious take on the classic.
Americans put a lot of emphasis on what we should or should not be eating, or what diet plan is going to miraculously shed that unwanted weight forever. Yet, many of us never think about how we are eating.
The carnivore diet (aka “no carb” to the extreme) is the latest magnet for those that love meat and fear carbs.
Oats aren’t the only breakfast-friendly grain. Wheat berries add a sweet, nutty, and satisfying bite to your otherwise average oatmeal.
When it comes to getting healthy, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For many, nutrition and what we eat is at the forefront of wellness. But what if we told you that’s only part of the picture?
Cozy up in your favorite chair and enjoy this hearty nutrient-loaded soup. Before taking your first spoonful, take a mindful moment to smell the deep aromas and hint of paprika as the steam warms your face.
What’s the buzz? Food as medicine could not be more true for the inflammation-busting spice turmeric. What does the science say?
While you can’t completely avoid germs, there are many ways to amp up your immune system so your body is ready to fight back.
With hearty farro and fiber-loaded vegetables, this recipe promises to “squash” your hunger. Concerned about bitter kale? Don’t fret, the sherry vinegar will cut the bitterness and leave nothing but luscious greens.
Skim milk is out — and cream-top yogurts and whole-milk lattes are in.