The Feed the Resistance cookbook author and founder of Equity at the Table shares how food and activism bring communities together.
“Invasivores” — people who eat invasive species — aim to protect delicate ecosystems while expanding their culinary horizons. On the menu: lionfish.
How changing what’s on your plate can help heal the planet.
Cooking shows are a longtime fixture on television, but changes in viewing habits and technology may spell their demise. I’m OK with that.
Learn how to use food and supplements to boost your body’s collagen production.
Step away from the vending machine! These nourishing, whole-food snacks can keep you energized throughout the workday.
Your skin’s appearance is a reflection of your inner health. Learn what to eat and what to avoid for a healthy complexion.
A glimpse into the future of our food offers some delights — and despair — for health-focused diners.
Making this savory staple at home is simple and inexpensive — and produces a healthier, more flavorful alternative to store-bought varieties.
Give “fast food” new meaning: When you prep a few ingredients ahead of time, you can build tasty, wholesome meals in minutes.
Author and minimalist Sarah Wilson shares how simplicity makes life sweeter and change easier.
Make your own skin toner, deodorant, nail soak, and more using apple-cider vinegar.
With a little planning, some timely communication, and a dash of creativity, your next potluck can be a stress-free success.
A few of our favorite real-food cookbooks.
A recent study suggests that consuming whole-fat dairy products might lower the risk of cardiovascular disease.
The key, says one expert, is to prepare beforehand.
This pantry staple can boost your health in many ways — whether enjoyed in bright-tasting dishes and drinks or used in personal-care products.
Festive and healthy beverages ideal for any holiday — with or without alcohol.
The intrepid chef’s love of French food and culture changed her life — and the restaurant industry.
If you love this nutrient-rich veggie, you might appreciate the evolutionary effort that created it.
It all comes down to genetics, apparently.