The nutritional value of a single food can surpass the quantity of fruit and veggies consumed. Here are 4 tips for growing nutrient-dense superfoods.
Does eating fat really make you fat? Recent evidence shows that we have been told a big fat lie, and that eating fat does not cause weight gain or disease.
One of the many conditions that certain species of mushrooms have been found to heal is human papilloma virus infections. They can even eradicate the virus.
The millions of people consuming soda daily are increasing their risk of cancer, specifically due to the carcinogenic ingredient known as caramel coloring.
Championing consumers and retailers of the United States are refusing to buy Kellogg’s and Kashi, as they commit food fraud and sell GMO-laden foods.
Meat gets a bad rap when it comes to health and diet, but it is not all bad. Here are 5 nutritional reasons people choose to eat meat.
Starbucks is now offering coconut milk as an additive for your daily coffee habit. But this coconut milk may not be so pure.
A study points to processed junk food for the heavy increase in auto-immune diseases like multiple sclerosis, alopecia, asthma, and eczema.
From over-fishing to radiation and mercury contamination, here are 4 reasons more people are turning away from canned tuna.
Most of the almonds sold in the U.S. have been fumigated with propylene oxide, a chemical that even the CDC has admitted causes cancer.
Numerous studies have found that honey could be a solution to the continuing problem of unstoppable bacteria that can’t be beaten by antibiotics.
New research has uncovered at least one mechanism behind resveratrol’s medicinal properties, showing how it can help with numerous ailments.
Research has once again confirmed that eating organic foods will lower intake of toxic pesticides sprayed on our food supply.
Researchers find that coffee contains a myriad of serious health benefits, and contains a large amount of antioxidant polyphenols.
The consumption of junk food has been found to override the natural ‘kill’ switch that regulates the calories we consume, causing people to eat more.
A new video reveals how eating dark chocolate can actually boost health through the deliverance of various disease-fighting compounds.
A new study has shown once again how turmeric and its active compound curcumin can inhibit inflammation – a major factor for disease development.