Bored with bottled water? Steering clear of soda? Consider 3 ways to quench your thirst when the heat is on — without added sugar, artificial sweeteners and preservatives.
Kids that garden eat more fruits and vegetables, get more exercise and enjoy other benefits. Learn how to start your kids on the path to gardening this summer.
This soup will wow you with flavor and hearty goodness. It offers a blend of onions, leeks and garlic with crushed tomatoes, thyme, black pepper, cumin and a surprising ingredient: hot sauce.
Vegetarian or meat lover, find out how Kristin Kirkpatrick, MS, RD, LD, dietitian and wellness manager for Cleveland Clinic Wellness Institute, pairs sage for a flavorful, low-sodium kick to meals.
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Chop a few fresh herbs to add to your cooking or salads to not only add amazing flavor, but also an extra nutritional punch. Here are five fresh herbs to love.
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