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Use Herbs and Spices to Eat More Healthfully

As you focus on eating more healthfully, it often can be difficult to give up less-healthy things you are used to, such as sodium, sugar, and fried foods. But, there is a plethora of savory herbs and spices available in the U.S. today from all around the world. If you

Apple Cider Vinegar: Miracle Remedy or Scam?

Apple Cider Vinegar: Miracle Remedy or Scam?

Some in the media have touted apple cider vinegar as a miracle cure-all. Wishful thinking, sadly. Miracle cure-alls are few and far between. Having said that, there is some research that supports apple cider vinegar’s use in certain conditions. So let’s delve into the science—limited though it may be—of this

7. Flavorful Additions: Fats, Herbs, Spices, Chocolate

All of the superfoods we’ve covered so far—fish, beans, nuts, seeds, whole grains, vegetables, and fruits—are even tastier when they’re paired with healthy fats, herbs, and spices. There’s no need to cut out a drizzle of olive oil, a pinch of ginger, a sprinkle of cinnamon, or a dusting of

Healthy Seasonings: 5 Spices You Should Always Have on Hand

Healthy Seasonings: 5 Spices You Should Always Have on Hand

As any good cook knows, the key to making a flavorful, delicious dish is a pinch of the right healthy seasonings. Seasonings and spices are an essential part of our lives. Whether for full-course meals or savory and sweet snacks, cultures world-wide have been using these culinary essentials to create

The Remarkable Health Benefits of Ginger

The Remarkable Health Benefits of Ginger

Ginger is commonly produced in India, Jamaica, Fiji, Indonesia, and Australia. The root or underground stem (rhizomes) of Zingiber officinale (from the Zingiberaceae family) can be consumed fresh, powdered, dried as a spice, in oil form, or as juice. Any of those forms will help you enjoy the health benefits

Take Care When It Comes to Dietary Supplements

If you regularly take a dietary supplement, it’s likely you do so because of manufacturer claims that it will boost your wellbeing—and many people report that they do perceive a health benefit from the supplements they take. But Mount Sinai geriatrician Patricia Bloom, MD, notes that there are no large

Eating to Trim Belly Fat

Belly fat occurs when excess calories are consumed and fat is deposited in the abdominal area. Foods, supplements, and workouts that claim to “burn belly fat” abound, but what really does help? Some people are predisposed to carry more weight around the middle. Much of this is driven by genetics

Okra is A-Okay!

The Folklore
Okra may be best known for its role in gumbo, star stew of Southern Creole cooking, but this slender green gem is so much more. This ancient vegetable is native to Ethiopia and was first cultivated by the Egyptians in the 12th century B.C.E., before it made its way

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