Chives are far more than the little green bits on your baked potato—they have numerous health benefits that make them a worthy for more spotlight.
A notable study published in the journal Lipids found that coconut oil could promote weight loss while helping individuals improve cholesterol levels .
Want protection from toxic heavy metals? A new study indicates something as simple as spirulina could counteract the damaging effects of lead.
Pom Wonderful is suing Coca-Cola over deceiving people over it’s pomegranate blueberry juice, which is actually 99.4 percent apple and grape-derived,
A study has found that those who consume a vegetarian diet are more prone to disease and have a lower quality of life than meat-eaters.
Are you attracted to low-fat or fat-free foods? It turns out that these foods often contain as much as 25 percent more sugar than the full-fat conterparts.
Which diet is best? According to a study by a highly credentialed medical expert, Dr. David Katz, the best food – is REAL food.
Going vegetarian may not only improve your health and prevent animal cruelty – it costs less, too. Here are 6 ways being a vegetarian could save you money.
Garlic is one of the most potent food medicines we have, with countless studies showing how the food can fight and prevent numerous cancers.
One of the 15 cleanest fruit (of pesticides), asparagus is just one ignored vegetable offering many benefits. Here are 6 fun facts about asparagus.
Royal jelly has the ability to help maintain blood sugar levels while controls oxidative stress – helping to prevent and even reverse Type 2 diabetes.
A compound in Shiitake mushrooms has been found to kill the virus that leads to cervical cancer and even slow down tumor cell growth.
Used mostly in the Middle East, the spice turmeric is gaining popularity fast around the world as study after study uncovers its anti-cancer properties.
Researchers say Spirulina fusiformis is able to not only protect the kidneys, but may also be able to reverse the damage done by toxic mercury.
The WHO has lowered its sugar recommendations from 10 to 5 percent of daily caloric intake, and is preparing for a backlash from the sugar industry.
A new study (on rats) has found that junk food such as sugar and processed carbs cause weight gain, a clouded mind, and even laziness.
A bill that would require a warning label on soft drinks and sugary sodas has advanced in California – the beverage industry is fighting it tooth and nail.