Boost Your Nutrition During COVID-19

Shelter-in-place orders during the coronavirus pandemic have brought our attention to the need to create healthy and nutritious routines at home. Some are baking, some are growing gardens, and others are taking charge of their Read More

3 Mocktails for Better Health

As the seasons shift, embrace these anti-inflammatory “cocktails” juices and shakes stocked with nutritious superfoods to help maintain your healthy lifestyle. No matter the kind of diet you may lean toward, vegetarian, vegan, low-carb, no-carb, Read More

5 Tips for Eating on a Budget

Whether you’re a single gal in the city or a suburban mom with several mouths to feed, keeping the pantry stocked with inexpensive, truly healthy foods can be a challenge and it’s one that most Read More

BE YOUR OWN HEALTH ADVOCATE

Having a good immune system is vital to enabling good health, and people are increasingly taking responsibility and control of their diets with food that is not only delicious, but nutritious. They are also seeking Read More

Vitamin C Is in Season

Although vitamins are “vital” nutrients required for life that, in most cases, cannot be synthesized by the body, vitamin C stands out because, in addition to humans, there are few animals that actually lack this Read More

Give Your Heart Some Lovin’

The American Heart Association’s (AHA) American Heart Month first took place in February 1964. Fifty-six years later, AHA continues to use February as a wake-up call for Americans to care for their hearts. American Heart Read More

Focus On: Fruit-Rich Mediterranean Diet

People who closely follow the Mediterranean diet especially by eating fruit may be more than a third less likely to develop age-related macular degeneration, a leading cause of blindness, according to a study presented at Read More

Good News About Strawberries Revealed!

Three new studies presented at the 2016 Experimental Biology Conference in San Diego reveal strawberries may improve vascular health in at-risk adolescents, reduce inflammation in obese adults, and improve cognition in older adults. The new Read More

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