The mounting desire to eat locally grown food, know what’s in our food and reduce our carbon footprint, as well as shrinking household budgets, are contributing to a renaissance in home food preservation.
Most Americans eat too much salt, but finishing foods with natural salts can deliver over 50 trace minerals, all within the bounds of good taste.
Eating strictly raw foods can be a difficult thing to do, but with a few simple tricks, we can conquer cooked-food cravings, as well as other common obstacles to a raw foods diet.
Acclaimed author and journalist Michael Pollan argues that Americans eat too many “edible foodlike substances” and not enough real food. His best advice? “Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants.”
There’s a new term in town, ‘flexitarian’, which gives us a handle on what many of us are likely doing anyway; we are inclined to eat less meat and more plant foods, but not ready to completely give up chicken or the occasional burger.
With so many choices when it comes to choosing which oil to cook with, we need to be aware that some oils are more useful than others, in terms of light, healthy and flavorful cooking.
Which is better for our health: fresh greens or “greenfoods,” dehydrated vegetables in powder or pill form? It’s up to us, as individual consumers, to learn more about the choices and make informed decisions.
The choices we make at restaurants and markets can help save our seas while benefiting our health.
Healthy hair is a beautiful sight to behold on man, woman or child. Here are 10 key nutrients to healthy hair, and most can be found in a good breakfast, lunch and dinner.
While weight loss is a result of The Master Cleanse, it’s just one of the beneficial side effects of using this program. Its main attraction is the ability to assist the body in healing itself.