This healthy chicken and apple recipe is the love child of roast chicken and apple pie. It tastes so good, you’ll never eat boring chicken again.
Try these coffee substitutes instead of your usual cup of Joe in the morning, and breeze through to lunch – no buzz, no crash.
Anti-inflammatory properties of onions and arthritis relief are linked. Vitamin C and quercetin work together synergistically to reduce inflammation.
Most of us love dessert, and if there’s a way to enjoy a sweet treat that’s good for you, that’s a win-win. This healthy baked apple dessert fits the bill.
Apples are a source of antioxidants, fiber, potassium and vitamin C. Eating apples is linked with a reduction in heart disease, prevention in lung cancer and improved lung capacity.
This healthy apple oat crisp recipe is the SuperFoods way of getting your fiber and sweets in, all in one bite. This dessert is creamy, sweet and crunchy.
This is so simple, clean, and safe you’ll wish you learned it much sooner!
The apple nutrition facts are this: If you throw away the skin, you’re throwing away most of the fruit’s benefits as a powerful antioxidant and anti-inflammatory SuperFood.
Cinnamon benefits people with type II diabetes by lowering glucose and lipids levels.
A potato’s nutritional value has little to do with the unhealthy toppings we load on it. Let a doctor explain what’s good and what’s bad about this fallen veggie.