Information to help you live a healthier life.
While there may be no such thing as a magic weight-loss pill, the high-fiber, low-calorie, extremely nutritious legume comes very close.
How to use your bean – and why you should.
Is butter back? Is it a healthy option? Will it help with weight loss? What does the research say?
Many diet programs teach that successful weight loss boils down to one thing: You have to burn more calories than you take in. Calories in versus calories out. But does it really work that way?
This informative – and sometimes shocking – film lifts the veil on the corporate food industry in America and exposes the powerful influence that money and politics have on the industrialization of our nations food supply.
Some surprising facts about chocolate … and a yummy recipe.
“Fat-free”, “lite”, “low-calorie”, “lean”, “low-fat”, “natural”.
Do diet foods help with weight loss?
All about the wonderful health benefits of garlic.
Everything you need to know, from whether a gluten-free diet is right for you, to what foods are gluten-free, to how to lose weight on a gluten free diet.
A list of grains and grain-like ingredients that are naturally gluten-free.
High fructose corn syrup (HFCS) is a relatively new, highly refined, extremely sweet, and inexpensive sweetener that is added to a wide range of food products. Is it good for you?
Have you ever been tempted to buy a healthy-looking fruit bar only to discover that those fruit bars don’t even contain any fruit!? Here’s how to know what you are eating – and why you should.
I often get requests for the nutrition information (calorie count, fat grams, etc.) for my recipes, but as you may have noticed, there are none. Here’s why.
Will nuts make you gain weight, or will they help you lose weight?
Dreary days and scant natural light can affect your brain and alter your circadian rhythm, lowering levels of the mood-boosting hormone, serotonin. Here’s what you can do to beat SAD.
How to alter your metabolism, increase your levels of leptin (a hormone that controls appetite), and control your levels of cortisol – all by when and how much you sleep.
What’s the difference between spices and herbs … and why you need to know.
Eating healthier or losing weight doesn’t have to mean salad, salad, and more salad. A healthier new you can be as simple as swapping out one food or ingredient for another. Just a few simple changes for a healthy – and slimming – new you!
Reading food labels can be confusing as sweeteners go by a lot of different names. Here is a list of some of the most commonly-used sweeteners with descriptions.
Can vinegar help with weight loss? Is it good for arthritis? Can vinegar cure cancer?
The answer may surprise you.