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Dish Up Good Taste and Flavor for Healthy Eating

In considering favorite foods, it’s the taste that makes people reach for more. Whether it is comfort food, snack food, fast food or home cooking, if the items don’t deliver on taste, we’re not satisfied. However making wise food choices can be a weighty issue. You don’t have to completely cut favorites out of your diet. All foods can be part of a healthy diet; you can enjoy full calorie selections if you monitor the portions you’re eating and include some type of physical activity in your schedule.

Saturated Fat Facts May Not Be True

The British Heart Foundation just made a startling statement – “swapping butter for a sunflower derived spread may not lower heart risk.” So what is behind this turnaround in thinking?

Creepy, Crawly, Yummy, BUGS!

Overview article on Entomoghagy (eating bugs). Contains information for Paleo dieters, basic nutrition and taste information.

Ready-Set-Go! 7 Quick and Healthy Breakfasts

Do you wake up weekday mornings on the go? Whether you have young children, lunches to pack, or a high-energy job (maybe even all three), weekday mornings often resemble a circus! Learn how to start your day with quick and easy, nutritious breakfasts that will sustain you.

Goji Berry Benefits: Anti-Aging, Immune Support and Longevity

The technical term for the Goji berry is {Lycium Barbarum}. They belong to the nightshade family {Solonaceae}. Keeping in mind that this is not a deadly nightshade plant-only a cousin and is never poisonous in any way. In fact, it is one of the most nutritionally complete and dense fruit found in nature.

Will the Proposed Changes to Food Labels Make People Healthier?

Do you read food labels? If so, you may be looking at a new format sometime in the next few years. For the first time in 20 years, the FDA is proposing changes to the nutrition facts label. What exactly is changing and, more importantly, will this make an ounce of difference in people’s food purchasing decisions?

There’s A Little Bit Of Chernobyl In Us All

Is most of the world’s food supply contaminated by radiation leakage? What to the Native American elders say about our food supply?

How Fruitflies Proved Dr. Oz Wrong About Organic Produce

Dr. Mehmet Oz caused quite a stir with his December 2012 Time Magazine cover story on conventional versus organic produce. Find out why, in terms of overall health, he was wrong.

I Love Being An Omnivore – Enjoying A Nice Piece Of Meat With My Fruits And Vegetables Is Healthy

Can you imagine being related to the Bear, chicken and even a cockroach? We belong to the family of creatures called “Omnivores.” Our bodies require both plants and meat in order to maintain our health. So what kind of plants do large omnivores require and has processed food played a positive or negative role. Let’s find out.

Coconut Oil the Next Superfood

Coconut oil is the big buzz today! It has emerged as one of the latest super foods and is used extensively for hair care, stress relief, weight loss, increasing immunity power and for treating many more health conditions. But is it worth so much attention? Let’s find out!

Finding Hidden Gluten Ingredients: How to Read a Nutrition Label Step-By-Step to Spot Gluten

An easy, step-by-step guide to finding hidden gluten ingredients on food labels – even if it’s not listed in the allergen warning. This article covers the FDA’s new gluten free labeling laws and much more.

How To Use Swiss Chard In Green Smoothies

Drinking green smoothies for breakfast, lunch or dinner is the best decision one make if you want to live a happier, healthier life. While this fact is an undeniable one, many green smoothie aficionados find themselves grappling with another more serious problem – shortage of smoothie recipes rather how to combine the not so-palatable leafy vegetables with other fruits and ingredients to form delicious drinks.

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