Ever wonder about the differences between bananas and plantains? Which is more nutritional? Tastier? Easier to store? In the bananas vs. plantains debate, you no longer need to wonder. Everyone loves bananas. According to government data, bananas are the world’s favorite fresh fruit. In the United States alone, each person eats more than 11 pounds […]
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Ever wonder whether to serve cabbage or lettuce? Well, in the cabbage vs. lettuce debate you need wonder no more.
Below are eight foods to avoid if you have psoriasis and are tired of the flare-ups and other symptoms that come with it.
Carrots often get short shrift in the veggie world, but they’re actually healthy superstars! Learn the health benefits of carrots and get some awesome carrot recipes.
There’s an old wives tale that eating plenty of carrots helps us to see in the dark. It might sound far-fetched, but there’ss actually some truth to the idea that certain foods can help improve sight.
What is tempeh? Not all tempeh is the same – here’s why local tempeh is more nutritious than its commercially-produced counterparts.
There are many ways to supplement our diet with vitamins, herbs and superfoods, but the best place to get a healthy dose of vitamins and minerals is on your plate.
Bone broth is one of the hottest new food trends, but how healthy is bone broth? Is the science really there?
Green foods can be the answer for super health! Green foods are power packed with nutrients—energizing, detoxifying, rebuilding and immune strengthening.
We’ve all heard how certain foods can affect the way we think, feel and look. But what about the way we hear?
A small study from the University of Florida looked at how a new type of fasting – dubbed “feast and famine fasting” – impacted subjects’ health.
USDA released its newest set of Dietary Guidelines last month, and the new standards are shamefully incomplete.
Food alone can’t prevent wrinkles, but a diet rich in certain nutrients can help your skin bounce back from sun- and age-related damage. These five foods are high in wrinkle-preventing vitamins and minerals.