Believe it or not, holiday weight gain is not inevitable! There are helpful tips you can follow to keep your diet during the holidays.
Raw vegan brownies, people! They come together with dates, raw cacao powder, and nuts. No sugar added and 100% gluten-free.
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Why do people eat so much on Thanksgiving? These are the lies that people tell themselves to reach an unpleasantly bloated state.
The cold nature of ice cream may offer soothing relief to sore throats, but eating too much sugar may cause symptoms to worsen.
Found in plants, phytonutrients protect the plant from damaging environments, but they also offer these benefits for the human body.
Take a look at your current habits and assess whether they contribute to longevity. Blue zones may teach us to live to be 100 years old.
A quick-fix is never the answer to long-term health, but this one-day cleanse may aid digestion and establish a healthier microbiome.
Struggling to pass stool with ease? Still feel hungry right after you eat? These signs indicate you need more fiber in your diet.
Added sugars lurk in some foods that are marketed as being healthy. Here are a few common culprits to either limit or avoid completely.
According to a new study, a mere 12% of Americans eat half the nation’s beef, creating environmental impacts and health concerns.
Summer isn’t over yet! Fire up the grill and get ready to see those beautiful char marks on beautiful, juicy, seasonal peaches.
A great diet provides a solid foundation, on which you can build your healthy lifestyle. Here’s how you can easily keep you diet on track.
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Genetics, environment, and lifestyle all contribute to longevity, but so do the foods you eat. Beware of these foods that accelerate aging.
Puttanesca sauce is very easy to make with a handful of simple, tasty, acidic, spicy, and briny ingredients. Plus, who doesn’t love pasta!
You may think you know the right diet moves to make for optimal blood pressure, but these foods can secretly raise your levels.
A new study observed that older adults improved scores on memory tests after taking antioxidant supplements derived from cocoa.
If you want to improve gut health, or at least look after it, look to your diet for the answer and start avoiding the foods in this article.
Kale and spirulina are notorious superfoods, but spinach is no slouch, reducing blood pressure, benefiting eye health, and much more.