Before you throw out those weird banana “strings,” read this!
If you don’t know jack about jackfruit, pay attention, because you’re about to meet your new protein substitute.
Fall is the perfect time of the year to spend a little more time in the kitchen and family dinner table. From apples to pumpkins, soups to casseroles, these recipes are sure to satisfy your family this season.
The most important part is keeping harmful bacteria at bay. But does that mean you have to refrigerate? Not the way Europeans do it.
What most people consider the waste of wastes could actually be the gem of gems.
The Thanksgiving table may be full of harvest goodies, but it’s also a bounty of carbohydrates, from stuffing to mashed potatoes. For diabetes sufferers, those foods can lead to dangerously high blood sugar. Here’s how to make sure your Thanksgiving dinner satisfies both their palates and their health needs.
Pumpkin pie meets brownies. The best of two worlds collide with this crowd-pleasing indulgence, creating the sweetest finale to the perfect meal.
Very few things encapsulate the fall season like a cup of chai latté. Warm your cold days with this wonderful array of spices and flavours, including lavender, ginger and cinnamon.
Combining the delectable goodness of almond butter with nutritious matcha green tea, these bite-sized cups are an oh-so healthy way to get your dessert on! Happy eating!
An excellent source of vitamin A, potassium and dietary fibre, the sweet potato is one of the world’s healthiest foods. This no-fuss recipe brings the famed root vegetable to another level, and makes for the perfect snack.
If you’re immediately tossing those leftover parts of fresh produce in the trash, you could be missing out on some powerful nutrients—and losing money in the process.
You should probably stop eating it on your multigrain toast for breakfast.
Sure, you’ve been eating your pizza with extra cheese, pepperoni, and mushrooms for years, but that’s child’s play compared to the craziest new pizza toppings out there. Forget pineapple, there’s a ton of other wild stuff happening out there.
Worried about Alzheimer’s? Feed your brain with the MIND diet-a healthy meal plan that can reduce your risk of Alzheimer’s by as much as 53 per cent.
Alzheimer’s disease often begins with what appears to be simple forgetfulness, but it wreaks much more havoc over time, destroying speech, comprehension, and coordination and causing restlessness and dramatic mood swings. The right diet may delay the onset of the disease or lower your risk by as much as 40 per cent.
Finding time to make a home-cooked meal is challenging for most, and making use of the freezer is a great way to stay on track for those extra busy weeks. This recipe can be prepared in advance, frozen, reheated and served over pasta for a quick and easy meal.
Here’s how you can cut your food costs, reduce your waste and improve your eating habits.
We hear all the time how important it is to add fibre to our diets. Here’s how to plant more “good carbs” into your diet by eating healthy sources of fibre.
These apple cider vinegar rumours need debunking.
Three-quarters of the sodium in your diet isn’t from a salt shaker: it can be found where you least expect it. Find out how salt sneaks into your diet.