There are plenty of superfoods among us – you probably eat them every day, such as leafy greens and other vegetables, berries and fruits. But if you are looking to shake up your diet with some fun, exotic and super-nutritious foods, we have six interesting options for you.
The peanut butter you remember from childhood now has competition from creamy spreads that are ground from a variety of nuts, seeds and other legumes.
Nutrient-rich autumn fruits and veggies fill the produce section this time of year. If you’re looking for something different, try a pomegranate.
Let food by thy medicine — and thy stress-buster too. These super foods are not just nutritious and delicious, but they also help your body better withstand life’s daily stresses.
Hanukah, the Jewish Festival of Lights, features fried foods that recall the oil that miraculously burned in a temple for eight days. Discover how to lighten your menu while still keeping tradition alive.
Mustard greens are delicious and full of flavanols, carotenoids, fiber and calcium — providing a boatload of nutrition. Try this Asian version of the traditional Southern dish.
We’ve all heard of the purported health benefits of probiotics, but what exactly is it that is supposed to make these healthy little microbes good for you?
Ah, fall … crisp, sunny days, colorful foliage – and pumpkin spice lattes. Many people mark the change from summer to autumn by celebrating with this sweet and creamy seasonal drink, served up at coffee shops everywhere this time of year. But is the pumpkin spice latte a nutritional disaster?
About 2.7 million people in the U.S. are living with chronic hepatitis C, but many don’t know they have it. Baby Boomers are particularly at risk, so it’s best to get tested.
Like the taste of salsa but want to have it with something more substantial than chips? Try mixing it in with these great grains as a side dish. The tomatoes in the salsa are a great source of vitamin C and beta carotene.