Did you know that coconut oil is 90% saturated fat? So is it a fad or in fact a healthy fat?
Mix up your morning breakfast bowl! To add some texture to your oatmeal, try this wheat berry porridge recipe with cinnamon and rolled oats.
The carnivore diet is just what it sounds like — eating only animal products and avoiding all other foods. Our dietitians weigh in on the latest low-carb, high-protein diet for meat lovers.
Here’s another way to enjoy the all-mighty cauliflower. Try this garbanzo cauliflower soup for a cozy and filling meal.
Because of its high concentration of the antioxidant cucurmin, turmeric has long been used for its anti-inflammatory properties. Are the purported healing powers all that they’re made out to be?
With hearty farro and fiber-rich vegetables, this winter salad will both “squash” your hunger and fill you up with immune-boosting nutrients like vitamins A and C.
The latest? Skim milk is out and full-fat is in. But what does the science say about whole milk and full-fat dairy?
Keep the leaves! This no-waste salad recipe utilizes celery and cauliflower leaves as well as carrot and radish tops in place of traditional salad greens.
Drinking vinegars are the latest trend in healthy mocktails. But what does the science say about their health benefits and purported powers?
High in fiber and protein, garbanzo beans are affordable and can be the star of any dish. Try this salad recipe for a feel-good lunch or dinner option.
It’s the hottest thing in vegan cooking! Jackfruit has neutral flavor and a fibrous texture similar to that of cooked poultry or pork. Have you tried it yet?
Packed with protein and fiber, this red lentil slaw is great for a light lunch or hearty side that will fill you up without weighing you down.