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.
A new study warns those who drink fruit juice—pointing out that juice contains as much if not more sugar than soda, and that neither are healthful options.
Is butter bad for you, or might this vilified food actually have some value? Here is why butter is better than margarine and may actually boost health.
Instead of focusing on what you should NOT do to improve your health, here are 10 extremely simple ways to become more healthy today, with little effort.
Not all diet or weight loss advice out there is sage wisdom. Here are just a few of the weight loss myths you may want to steer clear of.
Are you a vegetarian searching for protein? Here is how vegetarians and vegans can maintain a high level of protein intake with plant based foods.
Researchers for General Electric are working on a machine that will use microwaves to instantly analyze how many calories are in a plate of food.
A new study sheds light on the top ranking powerhouse vegetables. Watercress tops the list, but which other vegetables or fruit compete?
Processed foods may be cheap, but they aren’t healthful. Healthy eating doesn’t have to be pricey. Here are 5 tips for eating healthy – on a budget.
About 17 percent of 2500 surveyed American believe the terms ‘local’ and ‘organic’ could be used interchangeably and 22 percent thought local means non-GMO.
The FDA will soon change the way sugar appears on food labels, showing added sugar. But the sugar industry is fighting the change with misleading claims.
Instead of eating mayonnaise or miracle that is full of harmful ingredients, try making your own with some of these ingredients.