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.
Gastroparesis is rapidly becoming a more common diagnosis. This mysterious illness reduces the ability of the stomach to empty its contents. It can be especially detrimental to people with diabetes. Learn more.
You scream for ice cream — but every time you indulge in a cone, your stomach answers back to you. Could it be lactose intolerance? Find out how to get a diagnosis and manage this condition.
Serve up this Mexican asparagus dip with vegetables such as cucumber, red peppers, celery or carrots instead of chips for fabulous flavor.
Plenty of people are allergic to foods. But you can also be sensitive to certain ingredients. For this reason, beer can make some people sick – even if they drink moderately. Here’s how you can tell if your beer is causing you problems.
This savory Thai vegetarian dish offers a flavorful, healthy dinner or lunch option. Serve over a whole grain, such as brown rice or couscous, for extra fiber and vitamins.
Purple kale, in its beauty and texture, is a vegetable that definitely rises above the ordinary. This salad is rich in health-acclaimed purple pigmented, anthocyanins.
This refreshing salad includes two of summer’s best produce options – watermelon and tomatoes! Served with dressing, fresh herbs, sliced almonds and feta cheese, the unlikely combination is full of flavor and low in calories.