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Gorgeously Green and Delicious

From peppery to sweet, curly to smooth, greens are good and good for you.

“They are one of the healthiest foods we can consume,” says Erin Morse, chief clinical dietitian, UCLA Medical Center. “They are low in calories, nutrient dense, and there’s so much variety.”

Lovely green leaves can be so much more

How Diet Impacts Bone Health

Healthy bone is a balancing act. Our bodies continually remove older bone and replace it with new. As adults, if we lose bone at too fast a rate, replace it at too slow a rate, or both, the result is osteoporosis—weak, porous bones that fracture easily. The National Osteoporosis Foundation

To Turmeric!

The Folklore. Turmeric is trending high these days, especially in the wellness world. Curries, golden milk lattes, and a hip smoothie and juice bar boost, this sunny yellow spice is making headlines with its culinary, nutrition, and health accolades. Nearly 4,000 years old, turmeric is native to India and has

5. Tips for Healthy Eating

The benefits of the DASH diet, Mediterranean-style diet, and other heart-healthy dietary patterns are clear. By adopting one of these eating patterns, or some variation thereof, you will eat the type of foods that support heart health while minimizing or avoiding those foods you’re better off without.
These dietary patterns can

4 Common Maltitol Side Effects

4 Common Maltitol Side Effects

While artificial sweeteners, such as maltitol, may come with some advantages, they are not completely safe to eat. Maltitol side effects include a variety of digestive problems including diarrhea, gas, and abdominal discomfort.

Seeds: Small in Size, Big in Nutrition

It’s easy to overlook seeds when you’re planning healthy meals, but they provide a big bang for your nutrition buck. Many varieties of seeds contain alpha-linolenic acid (ALA), a type of omega-3 fatty acid. Research has shown that ALA can help protect blood vessels from inflammatory damage and lower the

Good for You and Good for the Planet

Established on April 22, 1970, Earth Day will soon be 50 years old, and the desire for a healthy environment continues to be relevant to many people. It isn’t just vehicles and industrial chemicals that affect the environment. What you eat and drink matters more than you may realize.

“Dietary habits contribute

What’s So Special About Cruciferous Vegetables?

You may be surprised to learn that kale and broccoli are cousins. They are part of the Brassica family, also known as cruciferous vegetables because their flower petals form the shape of a cross (cruciferae is Latin for “cross-bearing”). Many other popular vegetables come from this family as well, including

Hit the Jack(fruit)pot!

The Folklore. If you don’t know jack—jackfruit, that is, it’s time you did! Jackfruit is the largest tree fruit in the world. A single jackfruit averages 35 inches long, 20 inches in diameter, and can weigh over 100 pounds! This southwest India native is a tropical fruit, cultivated around the

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