Spend some time with the 50-plus age group and it becomes clear that memory and brain function are hot topics.
Cookbook provides insight into how food enhances brain health, along with recipes built around a "culinary pharmacy"
Get a healthier, tastier, more sustainably grown & shipped product than commercially grown alternatives.
Understand the relationship between diet, meals, & the development and management of diabetes.
This mild green is delicious and healthy.
Summer is the season for farm-fresh, flavorful foods.
Behold the bounty of fresh produce
Planning to shop local for your produce this summer?
Simply a great spring recipe from the California Health & Longevity Institute.
Eating gluten-free doesn’t have to put an end to baking.
Like fashion, diets have a tendency to go in and out of style.
A clear understanding of how much calcium you are already getting through your diet should precede supplement use.
Want to reduce your risk for heart disease, diabetes, osteoporosis, and stroke?
Understand whether gluten really is good or bad for your health?
Calcium-rich foods aren’t the only thing you can eat to keep your bones strong.
Strengthen your bones — no milk mustache needed.
Spring is the season for delicious, ripe rhubarb.
Seasonal spring foods are packed with nutrition.
Raise a glass or set it down? What are the risks and benefits of alcohol?
Smart marketers speak their own nutritional language. Learn how to translate.
Detox your body to start the season off right.
Turkey meatballs and black beans add a healthy punch of protein to this soup packed with bright, Mexican flavors.
Often I hear, “I want to eat healthfully, but I don’t cook.”
Research links the pills to an increased risk of heart attack.
Go cuckoo for cacao.
What you need to know about sugar and heart health!
Learn the latest about carbohydrates and optimal health.
Learn about Chia Seeds; nutritional qualities benefit, and how to prepare them.
See how your everyday habits help—or hinder—you when it comes to maintaining a healthy body weight?
As you start the new year avoid these common diet disasters.
Learn how to build great soups to meet your nutritional needs.
A chicken pot pie offers protein, veggies, and great flavor–with less fat and sodium making it the ultimate comfort food
Try this tomato soup for a real winter treat.
Put a positive spin on your nutrition goals to effect lasting change for the new year.
Enjoy your food with intention and reap the healthy rewards.
Numerous studies have been conducted that address specific types of cancer and how animal and plant oils affect them.
A few simple additions can ensure that your smoothie tastes great and packs a nutritional punch.
Don’t fall victim to the holiday feeding frenzy.
Nutrient-per-nutrient, organic and conventional are equivalent but new research suggests a lower risk of cancer
Winter greens provide a nutritional boost during the cold season.
Taste comes first in this collection of simple, delicious recipes from blogger and cookbook author Elana Amsterdam.
For optimal health, be sure to get vitamin B.
Sunshine is a main source of vitamin D and as winter approaches your vitamin D level is likely to be lower.
What you need to know about probiotics
Dietary “cleanse” or “detox” regimen; nutrition experts weigh in on the ongoing trend and provide important safety tips.
Six healthy soup recipes from Rebecca Katz's book: Clean Soups: Simple, Nourishing Recipes for Health and Vitality
Asian pomegranate salad is a great winter dish
Read labels carefully to weed out the junk.
Fall vegetables are packed with nutrients and flavor.
There is no one-size-fits-all diet but there are some healthier food choices that can help you live with diabetes.
The link between phytochemicals and disease prevention keeps getting stronger. Here is the latest research.
A guide to understanding our often complex relationship to food and eating.
Incorporate cruciferous vegetables into a health diest
The nutrient-dense superfood is an excellent addition to any meal.
Diets lower in foods common in Western diets can significantly reduce the risk of developing stomach cancer.
Recipe courtesy California Health and Longevity Institute
Diagnosis of an autoimmune disease forced Danielle Walker re-create her favorite holiday foods and change her diet.
A conversation with Linda Van Horn, PhD, ,Professor of Preventive Medicine, Northwestern University School of Medicine
Lifestyle changes related to nutrition and physical activity have been proven to make a difference in quality of life.
An immune supportive diet is based on the idea of food as fuel.
To maximize the cancer-fighting compounds in your diet, pay attention to how you process and prepare your food!
The first meal of the day shines in this collection of nourishing, delicious recipes.
Hippocrates said “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.”
How to decipher those mandatory food labels.
A few simple tricks can set your kids on the path to healthy eating.
Recipes and videos to help you use your nutritional know-how to create delicious, healthy food.
New research has found that regular coffee consumption can reduce the risk of liver cancer by 40 percent
Increase whole grains and reduce refined grains to reduce waist size.
Crispy Garlic Shrimp
Pine nuts (pignolias) are an excellent source of healthy oils and boost the calorie count of this flavorful dish.
When it comes to making healthy nutritional choices, not all carbohydrates are created equal.
You’ve heard it a million times: start your day off right with a nutritious breakfast.
Organic Versus Conventional Milk: For a Bigger Dose of Heart-Healthy Omega-3s, Choose Organic.
Nut milk provides a delicious alternative to dairy.
Two cookbooks describe the healing power of delicious, plant-based foods.
10 Ways to Reduce Your Cancer Risk
Healthy eating starts with healthy shopping.
Go green and reap the benefits of these nutritious foods.
This easy, flavorful salmon recipe can be cooked in the oven or on the grill.
You know you’re supposed to avoid them, but do you know why or what they are?
Just how nice is sugar?
A new cookbook offers recipes and nutritional know-how to integrate this tropical superfood into your home cooking.
Deserts: A new cookbook offers inspired desserts that highlight seasonal fruits.
When it comes to diet and nutrition, there is no end of advice—often conflicting and confusing.
Expert insight into eating well during cancer treatment
Headlines correlating what we eat with optimal health abound:
Guess What? Vegetables Really Are That Good for You
Found in many fruits and vegetables and in supplemental form, folate can play an important role in a well-balanced diet.
What Do You Know About Obesity In America?
Avoid inflammation for optimal health.
Ready to embrace cooking with natural foods but not sure where to start?
Savvy Shopping: Save Your Budget and Your Health
A celebrity chef puts her passion for food to work to educate people about a common health concern.
Many of us have embraced a real-is-better philosophy when it comes to food.
Tips for Healthy Eating
Diabetes is a growing health concern, and lifestyle modifications can play a significant role in prevention.
Deserts to live for; chocolate mouse,
Good fats may help the brain, while bad fats harm it.
When it Comes to Fruits & Vegetables, Quality Counts as Much as Quantity
Deserts: Grilled Banana and Pineapple with Rum and Pistachios
Giving up gluten may not be the answer if you have irritable bowel syndrome.
A new cookbook brings fruit to the forefront that honor seasons, family, and farm-fresh products.
You’ve heard it a million times: Start your day off right with a nutritious breakfast.
When it comes to rice, brown is better.
This stir fry can be made with any vegetables you have on hand.
You may find that certain foods trigger your headaches or migraines.
Adding spice to your meals will enhance the flavor and may support your health.
Vegetarian Diet Linked to Poor Health
Plant-based dishes are the stars of this collection of practical, delicious recipes
Inadequate nutrition increases risk of anemia in postmenopausal women.
By making a few mindful changes, you can be sure to eat well and healthfully on a budget.
Sustainable nutrition deliciously delivered is the goal of Tess Ward’s collection of recipes.
Comfort food can be healthy and delicious.
Dispose of the disposable lunchbox once and for all.
High-Fructose Corn Syrup Might Be Making Us Hungry and Fat
Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day.
Healthy eating doesn’t have to be complicated.
In The Wellness Kitchen cookbook, expert clinical insight into nutrition meets delicious recipes to help home cooks.
Mexican Chicken Salad with Honey-lime Vinaigrette
What to know about the recent changes to food labels and how they can help you make better choices
Try Farmers’ Market Salad with Butternut Squash Instead of Supplements!
A food diary is a simple tool for promoting awareness and weight loss.
Breakfast really is the most important meal of the day.
Choose the right cooking oil for the job.
An inventive cookbook by Tara O’Brady offers recipes that reach and reflect.
Much of what we read about nutrition in the news today tends to focus on weight loss and the need to cut calories.
Tess Ward, author of The Naked Cookbook answers questions and describes her approach to clean, healthy eating.
Boost your overall health by adding more fruits and vegetables to your diet.
Dietary Supplements: Marketing and Reality
The unsung grain is loaded with nutrition and flavor.
Even women without anemia may benefit from iron supplementation.
Omega-3: The Fountain of Youth?
It is 4 p.m. and the vending machine is calling.
Stay hydrated to stay healthy.
Want to live a long, healthy life? Eat plenty of fruits and vegetables.
Sustaining weight loss requires mental and physical commitment.
Angel Hair Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes, Olives and Capers
The unclear relationship between diet and cancer
Cakes have the power to elevate an otherwise ordinary moment into something truly extraordinary.
Choose foods that will help, not hinder, your sleep.
Dietary Supplements: Friend or Foe?
It’s no secret that breakfast comes with benefits.
Avoid foods that can exacerbate stress.