For decades coconuts have gotten an unfair health rap based on their high fat content. The truth is, they’re good for the body — and easy on the taste buds. Here are quick-and-easy recipes to incorporate more coconuts into your diet.
Celebrate summer with spicy jalapeño peppers. These versatile chilies wake up your taste buds — and fight inflammation, too.
Healthier than tofu, tempeh is a great source of plant-based protein. Try these tasty soybean cakes as a meat alternative or as a nutritious addition to dishes of all kinds.
There’s a lot more culinary life in celery than the diet crowd lets on. And research shows it can help prevent memory loss, lower blood pressure and may even inhibit cancer.
One of the world’s healthiest foods, these fiber-rich legumes add hearty flavor to everything from salads to veggie burgers.
High in antioxidants, essential fatty acids, vitamins and minerals, meat from pasture-fed cattle is a nourishing delicacy.
These splendid little seeds are rich in protein, vitamins and minerals — and they’re versatile, too.
You know it’s good for you. Now it’s time to discover some of olive oil’s subtler nuances.
Light in texture and subtle in flavor, napa and savoy cabbages present a refreshing alternative to conventional reds and greens.
Let’s hear it for one of nature’s most nutritious foods. Here are four great kale recipes.
These phytonutrient-packed wonders are fabulous for your heart, skin and bones.
Bursting with flavor and rich in minerals, seaweed is a clever addition to soups, salads, risottos and main dishes.
They may look like pesky weeds, but these greens deserve a place on your plate.
Easy to grow, these lively wonders add crunch and nutrition to all kinds of dishes.
Versatile and simple to use, every spoonful of this Japanese seasoning is brimming with flavor and essential nutrients.
Cauliflower is a richly flavored, tasty treat that detoxifies the body, discourages cancer and offers a big immunity boost.
Affordable, delicious and easy to prepare, these little gems are packed with protein and fiber.
With a delicate flavor and rich texture, fennel is surprisingly versatile—and nutritious.
Please your palate with zesty flavor—and your body with powerful phytonutrients.
Delicate, aromatic and sweet, this versatile, beautiful fruit adds flavor and nutrition to all kinds of meals.
This succulent leafy vegetable is rich in omega-3s and melatonin.