The way we think about the food on our plate can impact our body’s ability to absorb nutrients from a meal.
Preparing a meal for a hungry holiday crowd can be as simple as arranging protein and vegetables in a baking sheet, seasoning them and popping them in the oven.
Yum! Plant-based pies—think pumpkin, sweet potato, and chocolate—will please guests no matter what their dietary restrictions.
As the numbers of vegetarians and vegans rocket nationwide, supermarkets, restaurants and even hospitals are offering a wider range of plant-based foods.
A surprising list of nutrient-dense superfoods aids us in eating well and avoiding the systemic inflammation that underlies many chronic diseases.
Minerals cannot be produced by the body but are integral to our health, and the latest guidelines show us which minerals we need and how to get them.
Across the country, farmers are experimenting with new ways to grow food having higher nutritional content and a positive environmental impact.
When inflammation becomes a chronic condition—a common state today—certain foods can lower its disease-causing potential.
Rather than popping a pill, eating certain foods can kick-start hormones that help us get a long, deep night’s sleep.
By foregoing grocery-store condiments for homemade ones, we improve both the flavor of our dishes and our diet.