Dark chocolate is hailed as a health elixir. Is this more hype than reality?
Tossed in a salad, baked in a crisp, or eaten fresh by the handful, these juicy fruits are bursting with healthy possibilities.
Not everyone can eat seasonally all year-round. Fermented, frozen, and canned foods are great options.
An FDA ruling outlawing trans fats from packaged foods and restaurants went into effect June 18, 2018.
Looking for a game-changing way to boost your health? Eat (way!) more veggies, says functional-medicine pioneer Frank Lipman, MD.
In his new book, How to Be Well, functional-medicine pioneer Frank Lipman, MD, explains how to compose the perfect plate for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.
Why elderly Americans are on multiple prescription drugs.
Whole foods have a cyclical rhythm — and so do we. Discover the multiple ways that eating with the seasons can support our health.
These easy home treatments can relieve headaches, colds, and other common health complaints.
Make a mocha, almond-butter, or vegan Bulletproof coffee at home with these recipes.
Sliced, shredded, or spiralized, this tender squash lends itself to a variety of summer dishes.
Spore-forming soil-based organisms in probiotic supplements and snack foods are becoming more common, but they may not be right for everyone.
Steven Lin, DDS, holistic dentist and author of The Dental Diet, talks about the mouth–body connection and how nutrition can help address crooked teeth, your oral microbiome, and more.
Blood sugar and insulin work together to support your energy and health. Learn how to keep them in balance.
Maybe. To be on the safe side, experts recommend choosing pea, hemp, or other plant-based protein supplements.
A diet high in flours made from wheat or other grains affects every system in the body. Here’s a quick guide to flour’s far-reaching effects.
Do you have to give up a food you love? Here are four tips to make it easier.
One of the tastiest ways to prepare salmon is also one of the easiest.
Feed your gut flora with these prebiotic-rich foods.
Organic foods can by pricey, but these tips can help lessen the blow.
Basil, chives, parsley, and thyme are great herbs for new gardeners.