Sponsor Provided Content Every year (or perhaps even every few months), a new diet appears that’s supposed to be the best and most effective one ever. By this point in time, it seems like we’ve […]
V Street is the newest 100% vegan restaurant that’s serving up your favorite foods, but with a twist thanks to exotic flavors inspired by ethnic and street foods from around the world. We know vegan food sounds like it would leave you needing a second dinner, but with snacks like Salt N Pepper Green Beans and Piri Piri Tofu, appetizers like Peruvian Fries, and entrees like Langos and Funky Kimchee Noodles, you’re bound to get your healthy fill.
This pineapple smoothie recipe from JJ Smith will give your body a total cleanse, making a happier and healthier you.
Many moms (and dads!) don’t have time to spend trying to get their kids to eat their peas and carrots. The solution? Present those fruits and veggies differently – and fast.
The Mediterranean Diet is popular and for good reason.
A recent study found that major advances over the past decade in the treatment and prevention of heart disease and stroke appear to be paying off.
Here is a great argument for eating plenty of fruits and vegetables.
If you don’t normally eat many fruits and veggies, top your cereal with fresh berries or bananas, order vegetables on your sandwich – just work them in.
In addition to wearing sun protection year round, other tips to keep skin in tip top shape include healthy eating and physical activity.
When it comes to maintaining and even enhancing brain health, choosing the right foods is critically important. These five foods will have your brain working in top gear.
Researchers found parents of young children were heavier and ate more calories, fatty foods, and sugary drinks than women without children.
Less than a week after Delaware was ranked one of the fattest states, a new Gallup poll is offering insight into why.
Could the recent economic downturn improve our health? Certainly not from a standpoint of stress, but it did cause Americans to eat less overall, at least according to the USDA.
Labeling choices by color, researchers found there was a 12% increase in the purchase of “green” or healthy foods and a 20% decrease in the purchase of “red” or unhealthy foods.
A lot of this is way out there from the perspective of mainstream Western medicine, described by Mincolla as “diagnose and prescribe.” Mark Mincolla focuses much more on prevention.