Could eating more avocados make you healthier? A new study on avocado nutrition looked at that very question.
The folks at KIND HEALTHY SNACKS have done it again with KIND Nuts & Spices, a line of whole nut bars with only 5g or less of sugar. They are also [ … ]
Nope, that’s not a typo. The Boston Tree Party is a gang of modern-day Johnny Appleseeds in the Boston area who are planting heirloom apple trees on public land in Boston.
Fruit and veggie lovers, rejoice: yet another study confirms that plant-based foods are good for you! Consumption of flavonone-rich citrus fruits reduces stroke risk, according to new research.
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Pumpkin and pumpkin puree are the perfect seasonal addition to healthy recipes. Here are eight ways to use that extra pumpkin in your pantry.
Start shaping the eating habits of your kids. By offering and setting examples of healthy eating, your kids will form healthy eating habits at home and out of the house.
I love pineapples. They are one of my favorite foods. We happened to buy one this week, and it was so good I thought I’d finally write a piece about the yellow jewel.
While I normally write about my favorites recipes when I write about a specific food, I really love pineapples in one way much more than any other — plain and simple. So, I don’t have any recipes to share that compare (in my opinion) to a freshly cut pineapple.
BUT, I think it’s always useful to write about the wonderful health benefits of a fruit or vegetable. So, here are some of the health benefits of pineapples for you:
This is my favorite time of year. Who doesn’t love hot apple cider, pumpkin carving, Halloween decorations and of course, apple picking!
A newly published 10-year study by Dutch researchers found that people who ate a lot of white-fleshed fruits and vegetables, like apples and pears, had a 52% lower risk of stroke.
Can you believe that summer is almost over? I’m trying to cherish the lazy days, warm weather, and bounty of summer produce. Of course, you can make that summer fruit last into the winter by preserving the harvest with some jam recipes! Here are some tasty ones to get you going:
I just got back from a visit to Atlanta, Georgia where I got to a visit to some outrageous farmer’s markets. All of that fresh, local fruit inspired this recipe for a peach salsa that will go great with just about anything.
The melons are exploding after a possible application of forchlorfenuron – a growth-boosting chemical.