The holidays are approaching quickly, which means you’ll soon be at holiday get-togethers featuring rich beverages, multiple mains, and decadent desserts that can disrupt your normal eating routine. Most people don’t want to give up holiday foods and parties, so go ahead and enjoy, but make a commitment to celebrate with mindfulness and balance.
Already hailed for its power to improve cholesterol numbers, the soluble fiber that’s so abundant in barley may also keep your nose from dripping like a leaky hose. A University of Illinois study discovered that soluble fiber increases the production of an anti-inflammatory protein that strengthens the immune system. With that said, beta-glucan, […]
Brassica oleracea has a long history. The oldest record dates back to the 6th century. From Syria to France, it has been grown for more than a thousand years. If you are wondering, the other name for Brassica oleracea is cauliflower.
Cauliflower is stashed with nutrients. It is low in fat, low in carbohydrates, and high in […]
In a move that surprised no one, Time shows how five experts today gave kale the all-clear.
“2015 is the year to be cool about kale—don’t let the haters and the hype deter you,” says Drew Ramsey, MD, an assistant professor of psychiatry at Columbia University (and co-founder of National Kale Day, as well as co-author […]
“There is no sincerer love than the love of food.”
-George Bernard Shaw
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