Healthy eating for kids starts at home, even though it’s often a challenge with all the unhealthy options just outside your front door.
How do you know if you’re getting enough omega 3 fatty acids in your diet? What are the risks of getting too much? Read about the dangers.
Several studies have shown a connection between soy and health promotion. Soy is good for hormone balance, bones, the heart and cholesterol levels.
For those who regularly eat spinach heart health will improve because of the various nutrients found in this green and leafy SuperFood.
Citrus fruits are beneficial as juices but they are much more powerful when eaten whole. The benefits of oranges lie in the tissue, juice, pulp and skin. Read about why this is.
Wild salmon is rich in omega 3 fatty acids, which are an essential but deficient oil in our diets.
What is a whole grain? And is it bad for you? Whether you’re talking oats, barley, wheat, or bulgur, whole grains are VERY healthy. Get the facts.
Avocados are rich in nutrients, including magnesium, potassium and folate as well as phytonutrients and phtytosterols.
Waist to hip ratio is a new measurement doctors are using to predict a patient’s susceptibility to cardiovascular disease and diabetes.
The benefits of kiwi may be just what the doctor ordered for combating what ails the aging people among us. Dr. Lindsey Mcilvena breaks it down for you.