Adding this one healthy and delicious food to your diet can help you fall asleep, and it may actually boost your IQ as a result.
You know to avoid raw meat and eggs. But there are plenty of other foods that you definitely want to cook before eating, and some of them might surprise you.
Going vegetarian or vegan requires a lot of hard work, especially if you grew up eating meat. And for most people, it’s too tough a life to maintain.
These tiny ancient seeds, favoured by the Aztecs and Mayans (the word means “strength” in their language), provide major nutrients with minimal calories.
It’s a well-known fact that fibre plays a key role in everything from digestive to heart health. And now, we know why it’s so crucial.
We don’t give parsley much thought, but we should: This herb does more than make your plate look pretty. Here are 10 unexpected health benefits of parsley.
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.
These apple cider vinegar rumours need debunking.
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.
When you think about it, this actually makes a lot of sense.
Don’t wait until the new year to work off those extra holiday calories. Avoid overeating with these simple and easy-to-follow guidelines.
Colourful and sweet, cantaloupe is fat-free and low in calories yet packed with essential nutrients that help lower your risk for certain diseases and help to keep you looking and feeling great.
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.
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.
Good news, spicy food lovers. You may outlive the rest of us.
Before you throw out those weird banana “strings,” read this!
Most of us take our bare skin for granted, but for people with eczema, skin can be a constant source of itching and scratching. There are some foods that can trigger eczema or make it worse, but there are also other foods that can bring relief.
By now you’ve heard plenty about pomegranates and blueberries. But what other superfoods should you be eating? Here’s the latest info!
Leave the greasy hamburger and fries for another day, and opt in to these healthier lunch ideas from around the world instead.
In his book, The Antioxidant Prescription, alternative health expert Dr. Bryce Wylde addresses what science has discovered to be the true underlying cause of disease: free radicals. Avoid the damage by keeping these 10 foods and ingredients out of your diet.