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Gretel H. Schueller

Gretel H. Schueller is an award-winning journalist and book author. A graduate of New York University's Science, Health and Environmental Reporting Program, she’s put her master's in journalism to good use. While on assignment, she has eaten backyard weeds, harvested cactus buds in an Arizona desert and made goat cheese in Greece.

How Gut Bacteria Impacts Obesity, Allergies, Happiness and More
A growing body of research has shown that the teeming populations of gut bacteria within us have evolved complex...
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...
3 Simple Yet Stunning Thanksgiving Vegetable Side Dish Recipes
During the busy holidays, knowing a dead-easy side dish that’s also festive is like having a secret weapon. And we’ve...
Healthy 5-minute breakfast sandwiches to make and take along
Breakfast often gets the short end in the morning dash out the door. But skipping breakfast primes your brain to seek...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 14: Create a Power Salad by Including These Four Ingredients to Feel Full Longer
Who says a salad has to just be a side? Turn your salad into a meal by including these 4 key ingredients of a power...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 13: Transform Your Veggies with This Go-To Vegetable-Cooking Technique
Roasting brings out sweet flavors, transforming even the most challenging-to-love vegetables, such as cauliflower and...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 12: Fill the Inside of Your Vegetables with Flavor
Vegetables take center stage with a whole new taste when you stuff them with your favorite fillings. After all, if you...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 11: Make a Practically Instant Veggie-Packed Dinner with This Ultra-Fast Cooking Technique
Stir-frying is one of the quickest and most versatile ways to make a fast dinner loaded with vegetables. This healthy...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 10: Use This Magical No-Cook Technique to Make Hearty Greens Irresistible
Who knew the solution to overcooking dark leafy greens to make them palatable was actually not cooking them at all? It...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 9: Start Your Meal with This Veggie-Packed Dish to Eat More Produce and Fewer Calories
Filling up on fiber- and water-rich foods at the beginning of a meal can help prevent you from eating too much high-...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 8: Skip the Chopping with This Underutilized Vegetable
Make vegetable prep easier by using frozen produce. It may even be healthier than fresh. Frozen vegetables are...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 7: Drink Your Vegetables
Some vegetables add delicious creaminess to a smoothie while others add healthy fiber and flavor. Try avocados, leafy...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 6: Learn the Secrets to Cooking Satisfying Meatless Meals
Put the emphasis on vegetables at mealtime. Pick one day (or just a meal) a week to eat meatless and have veggies be...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 5: Offer Healthy Dips to Help Veggie-Phobes Munch Down
Even the biggest veggie-phobe will munch down when you offer a delicious dip with crunchy spears of fresh vegetables....
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 4: Retrain Your Taste Buds to Love Vegetables
Whether you just never developed a taste for a certain vegetable—or as a child you were forced to eat bland, mushy peas...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 3: Add Veggies to Your Morning Meal
A veggie-filled omelet is a great way to incorporate vegetables into your morning meal. Ready in seconds, an omelet can...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 2: Sneak More Veggies into Favorite Family Meals
There are plenty of ways to slip a few extra vegetables into your meals without changing the flavor and putting off...
Eat More Vegetables Challenge Day 1: Fill Half Your Plate with Veggies
Simplify healthy meal planning by filling half your plate with veggies. That’s an easy way to know you’ll get the...
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...
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...
The dangerous ingredient you’re eating—and don’t even know it
Camembert cheese and buttery croissants are staples of French cuisine, so you’d think France would be the last...
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