Beans are a healthy, versatile, budget-friendly addition to your diet. They are a great source of protein and nutrients.
The American Institute for Cancer Research recently updated their guidelines for colorectal cancer, and found that approximately 47% of all colorectal cancer diagnoses in the U.S. could have been prevented with lifestyle changes.
Fructose occurs naturally in fruits and vegetables, but when it is added to processed foods as table sugar or high-fructose corn syryp, it has many negative impacts on your health. This is especially true for children with fatty liver disease.
Widely known as “Indian saffron”, turmeric is a spice with very long history of medicinal use, dating back nearly 4000 years in Southeast Asia. This is one of those herbs that has innumerable health benefits and it would take several pages to list all of them, so I will summarize some of the most relevant information for you here.
Cashews are the third most produced nut in the world. But did you know that they're not actually nuts?
Despite the widespread use of cosmetics, the FDA does not require any safety testing of the ingredients in personal care products before they can be sold. This has caused concern for many people, as there are preservatives in cosmetics, like parabens, that may cause some adverse health affects.
In the busyness of our lives, we often find ourselves eating unhealthy snacks that are high in calories, but low in nutrients. Dried fruits and vegetables are a healthy and easy on-the-go snack.
Peaches and nectarines are very similar fruits, with slight differences in nutritional values. Both are a great addition to your diet, and have many positive health benefits.
Everyone loves the smell of clothes fresh out of the dryer, and fabric softeners give clothes a great, fresh scent. But would you still use fabric softener and dryer sheets if you knew about the chemicals they include?
Everyone has heard the old saying: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. But do you know why?