There are two types of fiber and you need both for good health. Get the facts, and find out how to get more in your diet.
This orange fruit has been gaining more of a grocery store presence, but how nutritious are persimmons? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena gives us the scoop.
You’re trying to get healthy, incorporating more vegetables into your life. But what is the nutritional value of salad greens? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena checks out the most popular varieties.
You may have been steering clear of white foods in an effort to get healthier, but are parsnips bad for you? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the science.
Discover why beans make excellent cholesterol fighting foods. Could it be that adding more to your diet could increase your lifespan? Get the amazing details.
Are condiments healthy? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the most popular—mustard, ketchup, mayonnaise and sauerkraut— and sees what the science has to say.
Pumpkin and pumpkin seeds are nutritional powerhouses with high levels of carotenoids. Studies show the benefits of eating pumpkin is cancer prevention.
The produce section is more colorful these days, but are purple sweet potatoes healthier than orange? Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena looks at the science.
Beans and obesity are perfect together if you’re trying to get lose weight but have an insatiable appetite. Beans are filling and low in calories.
A study on nuts and diabetes has shown us that good fats, fiber and magnesium can be beneficial, not only for the heart but also for insulin and glucose.