Farmers’ markets can offer fresh, local produce and tasty artisanal fare. Here’s what you need to know before heading out for groceries this summer.
Nothing fishy about it—we all know omega-3s are good for us. But how can we get more into our diets? Here are the best fish sources of omega-3 fatty acids.
You know you should choose carrot sticks over potato chips and strawberries over cupcakes, but it’s way easier said than done. Pretty soon, you could end up missing your favourite foods and fall right back into the same routine. These fat-cutting tips, however, will leave you totally satisfied.
The health benefits of these nine summer foods may surprise you. Read on for extra reasons to consume these nourishing nibbles this summer.
Going to a restaurant shouldn’t be an excuse to eat unhealthy foods. Follow these tips and you’ll enjoy your meal more and feel satisfied when you’re done.
Studies find that what you eat for breakfast influences what you eat the rest of the day, so it’s key to choose energy-enhancing, healthy foods.
You may think the answer is simple: Eat less. But the usual means of weight loss people try—starving themselves or going on fad diets—simply do not work. These six tips, however, do work.
Have a case of the sniffles? Here’s the foods you need to be eating to beat a case of the common cold as quickly as possible.
What foods pack the most powerful antioxidant punch? Researchers at the Human Nutrition Research Center on Aging at Tufts University measured various produce for their ORAC (oxygen radical absorbance capacity), or their antioxidant power.
Coined the next superfood superstar, einkorn is still the best-kept secret among the ancient grains.
Next time you’re dragging, put down the coffee and pick up one of these foods as an alternative way to get a healthy, natural energy boost.
Beets are packed with healthy nutrients, like the five essential vitamins, calcium, iron, potassium and protein. But they can also have some surprising side effects.
Beans are nutritional powerhouses packed with protein, fiber, B vitamins, iron, potassium, and are low in fat; but this mighty food can also pose potential health risks.
No list of healthy vegetables would be complete without these nutritious (and delicious) powerhouses.
Cheddar cheese, Swiss and other hard cheeses pack over 100 calories per ounce. As cheese lovers we know the calories add up, but no one wants to trade the delicious taste for rubbery low-fat cheeses.
Liquid calories and nutrition can be good or bad for blood sugar and diabetes. Here’s how you can get the healthiest bang from your beverages.
From eggs to oranges, these surprising foods may protect your vision and safeguard your eyes from devastating diseases.
Do you suffer from acid reflux and digestion issues? Check our list of foods that can help—or hinder—your conditions before you hit up the grocery store.
If you overindulged your sweet tooth, try using these simple, nutritionist-approved tactics to reclaim your healthy eating routine today.
Cheese pizza is classic, but these superfood toppers will amp up the nutrition and add delicious fresh flavour to your favourite slice.