Articles Posted in the Healthy Eating Category
Ideally, there should be no doctors in the world. It’s one of those careers we should be working on putting out of business.
When it comes to veganism, is it more a matter of ethical guidelines than nutritional ones?
Sweet potatoes are a classic autumn side dish, but you may not know about their nutritional abundance. The vitamins and antioxidants in these root vegetables will nourish your body and give your skin a golden glow.
Figs are a fiber-full and nutrient-dense fall fruit—perfect for pairing with wholesome breakfasts, light salads, savory dinners and sweet desserts.
Navigating through the world of protein can be difficult. Which proteins are the best and which tend to be less effective? Simply put, which are best for you?
The classic PB&J has made several generations loyal to their peanut butter roots, but what about all the other nuts out there? All kinds of nuts are replacing the staple peanut spread, and they each offer slightly different nutritional benefits.
Are you getting enough vegetables? If you’re like most Americans, you might not be. Here are 5 tips that will help you get those daily greens without breaking the bank or giving you a headache!
Before the Slow Food movement came the slow cooker, a household appliance that thrives on one primary cooking method: “simmer.”
The pumpkin is autumn’s pride and October’s glory, and its versatility as food and decoration make it easy to celebrate throughout the harvest season.
Here are three simple tips for supporting a healthier Halloween. From choosing what’s better to creatively using your candy, you can rest well knowing that this sweet holiday doesn’t have to be a complete health disaster.