Entries tagged with “Food”
These feel-good foods are better alternatives than inhaling a sleeve of ultraprocessed crackers.
Nurture your family’s holiday food traditions across cultures.
Its healthful benefits, from allergy aid to antioxidant superhero (plus recipes).
Creating balance in your gut can help to alleviate your anxiety.
“The fact that I am not among the 16.4 million Americans who think chocolate milk comes from brown cows is sheer luck!”
Here’s how to try this eco-friendly technique at home.
Rev up your sexual vitality with cinnamon and other surprising foods.
A Plain Jane among supplements, iodine is easy to take for granted. After U.S. salt manufacturers began iodizing their salt in the 1920s, iodine deficiency practically disappeared.…
How to waste less fruits and vegetables.
Dr. Andreas Michalsen, author of The Fasting Fix, uses fasting to treat a number of diseases from osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, diabetes, and hypertension to cardiovascular disease, early stages of dementia, Crohn’s disease, and irritable bowel disease.
The wisdom, comfort, and health that come from deeply knowing your relatives
Uma Naidoo, author of This Is Your Brain on Food, explores how the foods we eat may be driving up our anxiety.
Even as the FDA harangues the food industry for using excessive levels of sodium, and your doctor tsk-tsks at your high blood pressure, bear in mind that salt keeps us alive. The h…
Sitting at my kitchen table in the morning a few weeks ago I was struck with an urgent feeling that I must go home to my parents. An hour later I had flights booked and bags p…
One of my most memorable meals wasn't an actual meal; rather, it was a dining experience cradled in hospitality, friendship, and good, simple food. The place: the patio of a friend…
When it comes to plant-based nutrition, most people envision long rows of organic farmland with luxurious stretches of leafy lettuces, kale, and other greens. But there’s another t…
Mindful eating means being intentional about what, when, and how you eat. It can become more intuitive the more you practice.
“I was intrigued three decades ago when I learned that Mahatma Ghandi ate all of his food out of one bowl. I decided to emulate him, starting with a medium-sized very plain wooden bowl that someone had already given me as a gift.”
Oglala Lakota chef and founder of The Sioux Chef, Sean Sherman talks to Rami about Native American cuisine and the cultural wisdom that embodies it.
Broccoli Fights Cancer Even Better with SpiceWe’ve all heard about broccoli’s amazing properties for fighting cancer. Now a new study from the University of Illinois shows that bro…