A new study found that calcium supplements may actually damage our hearts, while dietary calcium protects heart health. Here’s how and why to eat your calcium for heart health.
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The link between sugar and cancer is nothing new, but a recent study looked at an interesting part of the sugar-cancer equation: how factors such as age, gender, and a previous battle with cancer impacted sugar consumption.
Healthy eating alone isn’t enough to protect your health. New research shows that stress can undo the benefits of that kale salad.
Add a little variety to a class party or trick-or-treat night, with healthy Halloween treats that are still homemade, super fun, and SUPER special.
Fran Costigan, renowned vegan pastry chef, is offering a new online Vegan Desserts course to teach over 85 recipes and essential dessert techniques.
A paper from the German Nutrition Society opposing vegan diets is getting a lot of coverage. Let’s have some real talk about how to be a healthy vegan.
Sugar warning labels on drinks significantly reduce the odds that a teen will reach for that sodapop, according to new research.
A new study found that a common bacteria could hold a key to how doctors treat celiac disease.
Despite mountains of evidence linking dairy foods to poor health, the USDA is buying a mountain of cheese and giving it to poor people.
Trying to kick added sugars to the curb? Here’s why and how to spot added sugars, plus some healthy alternatives to high sugar foods.
Learn how to make buttermilk in under a minute with only two ingredients that you probably already have on hand.
Jason Wrobel, noted vegan speaker and author, opens up about his fight with depression, and how he used whole foods to heal his body.
Can kids be healthy on a vegan or vegetarian diet? The short answer is yes. The long answer is yes, except in cases of child neglect.