Research estimates that over 18 million Americans now have a gluten sensitivity. GMOs, modern wheat, and processed foods may be the primary culprits.
Having knowledge of a few wild edible plants could help keep you alive one day. Here are 5 wild edibles you may find and eat on your outdoor journeys.
Despite its light fruit pulp and high water content, watermelon is actually a nutrient dense food. Check out the many health benefits of watermelon below.
Honey is one of the greatest natural foods in existence, though it is really a sugar when it comes down to it. Is it any better than table sugar?
Cholesterol is a necessary nutrient that is often misunderstood. Here are 6 foods for naturally managing and balancing cholesterol levels. Eat up!
The FDA has released new advice for pregnant women, telling them it’s not only OK to eat low-mercury fish, but that it’s important for the nutrients.
Some of the most popular health juices were analyzed for sugar content in a recent study. Many had more sugar than 5 chocolate chip cookies—around 39 grams.
The Macrobiotic diet has a long solid history of health-giving success, with its focus on whole organic brown rice grains. Here is some information.
Camel’s milk is not only highly digestible, it is also full of nutrients that our bodies crave. Could it be the next super food craze?
You can suffer from numerous ailments if you have digestive issues. Here are 20 herbs which help the body to digest food and absorb nutrients.
Ben & Jerry’s ice cream has recently decided to phase out all GMOs and only source fair trade ingredients, and the company is sticking to that decision.
Numerous studies have shown that resveratrol prevents aging, boosts the cardiovascular system, and more. But one study suggests it doesn’t work at all.
A recent study indicates there is something in broccoli (and it’s sprouts) that can “rapidly” and “sustainably” detox airborne pollutants from the body.
Thanks to various nutrients, and phytochemicals such as lycopene, a diet rich in tomatoes may be able to reduce a woman’s risk of developing breast cancer.
The World Health Organization finally woke from its sugar-induced coma to address the serious health concerns which sugar intake poses upon the world.
Like apples? According to one recent study, eating an apple a day really can boost heart health and keep the doctor away– specifically, the cardiologist.
Do you eat fermented foods? Beneficial bacteria within the fermented foods can help regulate your digestive system, improve immunity, and fight radiation.