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.
Do you NOT buy organic food because it costs too much? Fear not – here are 12 ways to make shopping for organic food more affordable.
Whether you have Type 2 or Type 1 diabetes, you can benefit from eating foods that help stabilize blood glucose levels. Here are 5 beneficial foods.
According to a Penn State University study, eating a handful of this food every day can prepare your body to deal with stress and anxiety more efficiently.
Should organic wine be your go-to when shopping for a drink? As with food and produce, there is indeed a difference between organic wine and conventional.
Previously only to be found in certain parts of the world, here are 5 indigenous foods that are now easy to find. They offer a wealth of health benefits.
How beneficial is chocolate? Research has shown that consuming dark chocolate can lower blood pressure, prevent oxidative stress, and boost heart health.
Eating ‘clean,’ natural foods can boost your health significantly. But what does ‘clean eating’ mean? Here are 5 simple rules to eating the cleanest foods.
The little-grown purple sweet potato could be used to develop a plant-based food coloring that is both safe (unlike artifical colors) and pretty.
The U.S. recently lifted their ban on chicken imports from China and will not require the processed chicken to mention where it came from.
The superfruit Lucuma has been eaten since 200 A.D., but science is just now seeing how it could offer great nutrition and healing potential.
A recent study found that many foods marketed to children, especially breakfast cereals, have some of the highest levels of ADHD-causing food coloring.