Let’s take a moment to examine the actual ingredients that go into Starbuck’s bestselling Pumpkin Spice Latte. You will not be happy about what’s inside.
Here are 10 foods that, while said to be good for us, really are not that healthful at all. Many of these foods actually hurt us!
Researchers say that organic extra virgin olive oil may just be able to reduce the DNA damage caused by eating genetically modified foods.
Is chewing gum bad for you, or is it nothing to worry about? Here are 4 things you should know about chewing gum before you buy that next pack.
Kashi, a food brand owned by Kellogg’s, is still under fire as lawsuits fly. The company is claiming it’s GMO-laden products are ‘all natural.’
An essential nutrient, choline is a compound needed for various bodily functions. Here are 5 benefits of choline, as well as 5 food sources of choline.
Did you know that companies like Coca Cola, Pepsi, and others are putting GMO sugar in sodas, and then calling them natural? Not so surprising.
Castor oil has been ignored by modern medicine despite centuries-old history of medicinal uses. Many think it is toxic, though it has been used for years.
GMO labeling advocate Annie’s food brand is selling out to the food manufacturing giant, General Mills, who is known for fighting GMO labeling efforts.
Intestinal flora, or friendly gut bacteria, influences our mental acuity and health profoundly. Here are 6 foods to help support gut health.
Children suffering from ADHD do NOT need medications to see improvements. In some cases, one herb, Ginkgo biloba, can help to lessen symptoms in no time.
Being a vegetarian is not always easy – especially if you are very serious. Here are 8 foods that could contain ‘hidden’ animal products.
Coconut water is all the rage due to far-ranging health benefits, but there is a more nutritious and sustainable drink we should focus on – maple water.
Two medical reviews have deduced that omega-3 fatty acids from plants reduce the incidence of heart disease while fish oil is only slightly effective.
Honey is awesome, but could it be powerful enough to treat cancer? Flavonoids and phenolic acids may be responsible for honey’s anti-cancer properties.
Enjoy a spoonful of garden peas? Peas are rich in various phytonutrients, vitamins, and minerals, many of which halt the development of numerous diseases.
More than 7 in 10 Americans eat too much sugar. Unfortunately, refined sugar robs you of energy while fueling neurodegenerative disease, cancer, and more.