Maca is one of my favorite supplements. Learn the health benefits of maca plus my favorite maca recipes and where to buy this healthy superfood.
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You can skip the butter and coconut oil: this vegan bulletproof coffee is so delicious, making a great morning or afternoon treat, with the benefit of healthy coconut oils and superfood maca.
I received jars of Sir Kensignton’s vegan mayo and vegan chipotle mayo to review. They call it Fabanaise, and y’all. I’m in love.
Imlak’esh Organics superfoods and snacks really impressed me at the Wanderlust Festival, and I’m so excited to tell you about them!
A large-scale study found that eating more plant protein reduces risk of premature death while eating more animal protein increases mortality rates.
A new report reveals that a shocking number of kids – including very young children – are drinking energy drinks. The report includes recommendations to help curb this disturbing trend.
A new study found that people who ate red meat were more likely to develop chronic kidney disease.
What do many overweight and obese people have in common? Inadequate hydration. A new study discovered a strong link between obesity and dehydration
We eat artificial sweeteners like sucralose to lose weight, but there’s plenty of evidence that these artificial sweeteners actually make you feel hungry. Now, we have some idea why.
What does gut transit time have to do with our overall health? A lot! Let’s talk about poo.
Children describe junk food advertising as ‘tempting’ and ‘addictive’, and say they could ‘lick the screen,’ according to a new junk food advertising study from Cancer Research UK.
A large-scale study shows that pasta’s bad rep is undeserved. Eating reasonable amounts of pasta actually makes you healthier.
Here in the U.S., peanut allergies more than tripled between 1997 and 2008. In Israel, though, peanut allergies are barely on the radar.