Because lactose intolerance or sensitivity is so common, we recommend dairy products that pose fewer digestive difficulties. These are the ones we reach for most often.
Despite decades of hype, low-fat or fat- free dairy products simply don't deliver the health benefits of full-fat varieties.
Not getting enough Vitamin K is more common than you think. Here’s how to increase the amount of vitamin K1 and vitamin K2 in your diet.
Most people do not need to avoid raw-milk cheeses, says our expert.
It depends. But, goat and sheep cheeses are often tolerable for people with lactose and casein intolerances.
Is cheese healthy? Many nutrition experts believe it can be if we’re thoughtful about sourcing, ingredients, and quality.
A2 milk is a cow’s milk that is growing in popularity. But is it truly easier on your gut than regular milk?
We might all be a little happier if we invited everyone over for olives, anchovies, and peppers more often.
A gourmand journey through the history — and future — of one of France’s culinary treasures.
Spend some time eating, drinking and walking as the French do, and the “French paradox” may not seem like such a mystery after all.
Vine-ripened, oddly shaped, and packed with flavor: There’s nothing like an heirloom tomato. We asked farmer Gary Ibsen, who’s been growing and selling these beauties for almost 40 years, for a personal introduction.