The list, which highlights the 12 fruits and vegetables that are most contaminated by pesticides, included an additional “Plus” category for the second year in a row.
The managers and lead farmer at Shady Brook Farm in Yardley share their top tips for visiting and shopping at the markets this season.
The native Franklinia tree hangs on to its fruit year round and, if you like plants, it’s also pretty interesting. Because Franklinia fruits develop slowly, you can see several stages at the same time.
One resolution I recommend, even in the second week of January is eating a good breakfast.
According to a report, a diet consisting of fruits and vegetables and soy is an excellent defense against cancer.
A new study from Columbia University finds people who follow the Mediterranean diet have a lower risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease.
Blueberries appear to have some significant advantages. This is because of naturally occurring antioxidants.
It turns out that strawberries are one of the easiest fruits to grow – in rows along the ground, in a raised bed, in hanging baskets or wall pockets.
The path to better brain function is the subject of a new six-step guidebook.
Fruit, juice and some source of protein make a healthy breakfast and a good way to start your day.
The study found that, for each 25 grams (that’s two or three apple slices) a participant ate per day, stroke chance went down nine percent.
Could eating healthy be bad for you? There’s a new report on produce and pesticides called the “Dirty Dozen” which was released by the Environmental Working Group.
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