Smarter Meat Consumption

For many of us meat is a key part of our diet. The average American will consume more than 222 pounds of meat and poultry in 2018. The USDA recently found that beef and pork Read More


In Season: Sunchokes

Also called Jerusalem artichokes, although they are not from the Holy Land and are nothing like artichokes, sunchokes resemble portly ginger covered in bumps. But what these small tubers lack in aesthetics, they make up Read More


Are You To Busy to Eat?

While we hear of all kinds of resolutions people keep each year, many end up wanting to live a healthier life. For this reason, quitting smoking, limiting alcohol consumption and losing weight become resolutions with Read More


What Food Means to You

Family gatherings can be particularly difficult for diabetics, as it seems that every gathering centers on food. Navigating food choices at family gatherings can also strain the willpower of even the most disciplined diabetic. The Read More


5 Reasons to Quit Drinking Diet Soda

Loaded with sugar and calories, sugary sodas can cause several health issues. People turn to diet soda as it is advertised as a soda with zero sugar and calories. Is diet soda actually a healthier Read More


Ultra-Processed Foods to Avoid

We eat many ultra-processed foods in a day without realizing it. Ultra-processed foods include all the sugary snacks you have and are not healthy for you. According to Nova classification scheme, there are four groups Read More


Another Benefit of Organic Food

A major new study confirms that a diet high in fruit and vegetables is better for the planet than one high in animal products. The study also finds that organic food provides significant, additional climate Read More


Have You Considered Intermittent Fasting?

Intermittent fasting is an eating pattern where you cycle between periods of eating and fasting. Numerous studies show that it can have powerful benefits for your body and brain. Intermittent fasting (IF) is a term Read More

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