Entries tagged with “Food Choices”
One woman reports healthy appetite shifts and a clearer head after trying the low-carb, low-sugar regimen.
Here are some good starter questions to help you identify a responsible grower and make sure you’re only buying the freshest local produce.
I recently saw a friend who had just returned home after visiting his grandmother for her 96th birthday celebration. While she was not as active as she once had been, he told me ab…
Turn your smartphone into a tiny health coach with these apps for better nutrition, mindfulness, and gratitude.
Try one of these five sources of flavorful hydration that will give you a little more nutritional bang for your buck.
Because the health of our gut is closely tied to many other bodily functions, prebiotics and probiotics together are important for battling inflammation and lowering overall disease risk.
Certain types of tea match up to the changing hour, mood, or occasion.
Whether you're an Aries prone to headaches or a Gemini that can't shake a cold, we've lined up the perfect superfood for your astrological sign.
From the health benefits to the best resources, here’s the scoop on calcium.
The Corn Refiners Association is changing the name of high-fructose corn syrup to “corn sugar” in an attempt to rid themselves of the stench that comes from the manufacture and use…
Do your body a great kindness by adding more colors to your diet.
This detoxifying crimson juice is perfect for starting off the New Year right.
What’s the difference between a granola bar and a protein bar, and are they truly healthy?
The renowned physician and researcher on food addiction, the protein myth, and the power of love and connection to strengthen our health.
We've rounded up seven surprisingly filling foods that can satiate you for hours.
Here are five common foods that can not only feed the body, but also boost immunity and help prevent sickness from coming on in the first place.
The remarkable shift of awareness and presence that comes when food is not central to your daily routine.
The best foods for life’s challenging healing moments.
Consuming too much sugar harms the body, brain, and spirit.
Chocolate is said to have one of the highest antioxidant activity levels of any food in the world, and it has been associated with cardiovascular benefits, improved memory, and improved mood.