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Like Kale and Brussels Sprouts? Try Kalettes!
This is a big deal, kind of like a new iPhone release in the produce aisle. Say hello to the Kalette. You may not know...
Is Kale Bad for My Thyroid Health?
Kale’s über-healthy reputation is in part thanks to the cancer-fighting compounds it boasts called glucosinolates. But...
The Secret to Diet Success? Your Spouse
Research shows your partner can either help you succeed or sabotage your efforts. Here are 3 tips to get—and give—...
Is Canola Oil Toxic or Bad For You? The Facts.
There are all sorts of rumors about canola oil—so let’s sort fact from fiction.
The MSG Myth: Are There Really Side Effects?
MSG—or monosodium glutamate—is a flavor enhancer used in savory foods, especially Asian foods. It contains sodium, but...
Should GMO labeling be a law?
The GMO labeling debate is hot! This spring, Vermont became the first state to pass a no-strings mandatory GMO...
Why Save the Bees Efforts Matter
Our country’s most efficient pollinator, the domesticated honeybee, is in decline. We talked with Dennis vanEngelsdorp...
Should I try the alkaline diet?
Following the alkaline diet means eating mostly plants, limiting meat, skipping dairy, sweets, alcohol and caffeine and...
Which Is Healthier: Greek Yogurt or Regular Yogurt?
Greek Vs. Regular: By the Numbers Greek yogurt has surged in popularity in recent years, and with good reason....
Diet or Exercise: What's the Best Way to Lose Weight?
If you really want to see that number on the scale drop, what you put in your mouth matters most. People who simply cut...
What You Need to Know About Caramel Color
A new study by Consumer Reports may make you think twice before reaching for a soda (and it’s not about sugar or...
Eat this to live longer
Imagine if there was a food (or category of foods) that could single-handedly lengthen your life. Well, such a wonder...
Ask the Nutritionist: Krill Oil vs. Fish Oil?
Find out whether there are health benefits to taking krill oil instead of fish oil and whether you should take a krill...
5 ways to cook healthier in 2014
If you’re resolving to eat healthier this year, consider starting in the kitchen. Mastering a few easy cooking...
Should You Stop Taking Your Omega-3 Supplement?
What if you turned on the news and heard that the world was flat? And, to support that bold claim, the news anchor...
Why Kraft Cutting Food Dyes is Such Great News & 4 Ways to Avoid Them
Yesterday Kraft announced that they'll be phasing out the use of Yellow 5 and 6 in some of their packaged mac-and-...
Spice Safety
Spices are a delicious way to add flavor to your food. Many spices even have extra health and nutrition benefits—chili...
Kudos to our award winners!
This spring “Sweet Summer Corn,” Barry Estabrook’s August 2012 ­article on genetically modified sweet corn, won the...
Health benefits of juicing vs. smoothies
Juicing and smoothies are all the rage right now. While both can boost your fruit and vegetable intake (something most...
Is organic food healthier than conventional food?
Here’s why you can feel good about organic: USDA–certified organic means your food is produced without synthetic...
Foods to get rid of bad breath
There’s nothing worse than meeting someone and realizing that your breath smells like your tuna lunch, stale...
What’s on Michelle Obama’s Plate? How the First Lady Wants to Make Your Dinner Healthier Using MyPlate
First Lady Michelle Obama is the ultimate busy mom—last week she presented at the Oscars, this morning she’s on...
What are trans fats & are there still foods with trans fats to avoid?
First, some good news: manufacturers have significantly reduced the amount of trans fats in packaged foods. Even better...
Retrain your cravings: 5 ways to learn to love healthier foods
Trying to clean up your diet and eat healthier this year but having a hard time loving the new healthy foods you should...
One surprising possible cause for celiac disease
If you go to the grocery store you’ll probably notice that gluten-free products are more widespread than ever...
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