The number of people living with cognitive impairment in the US is equal to twice the population of New York City! The choices we make in the foods we consume each day can have a big impact on both the structure and health of our brains. Learn what you should eat to help preserve and protect brain function!
Cooking oil is a staple in every kitchen, but not all oils are created equally! Did you know that what you don’t know CAN hurt you? Let's dig deeper and learn more about seven of the most common oils. Discover how the oils are made, what they are used for, their pros and cons.
Cow’s dairy is a food sensitivity for many people. As a result, a considerable number of non-dairy, milk alternatives have emerged on the market. People may substitute from a range of plant-based options, as well as milk from other animals such as goats. Find out the pros and cons of these alternatives!
Chocolate intake is associated with decreased risks of coronary heart disease, stroke, and diabetes in addition to a variety of other health benefits. Learn how chocolate can benefit your health, and not just your sweet tooth! Plus, get recipes for heart-healthy raw chocolate tartlets and double chocolate avocado cookies.
2.25 billion cups of coffee are consumed every day! Coffee beans are extraordinarily complex fruits which contain over 1,000 different compounds which offer a wealth of health benefits. Find out how you may benefit from a cup of Joe!
Let's be honest, cilantro is polarizing - you either love it or hate it. But what if we told you cilantro could help improve your health? What's not to love about antioxidants and a wealth of nutritional minerals? Give it a try with this easy recipe!
There’s so much more to dill than pickles which is probably what you first thought. Let’s dig into its history, origin, where you can find it, and how it works to benefit your health. Finally, let’s test it out with a tasty recipe: Dill Chicken Salad. This recipe is a delicious addition to any spring picnic or daily lunch box.
You’ve heard us say it before, healthy living starts in the kitchen. Many people find that cooking can be somewhat bland when first starting out, however, that need not be the case! This week we highlight one of our favorites, Garlic – the stinking rose. Garlic is not only a healthy addition to your meal but a very tasty option as well!