Wondering whether diet is truly all that important when it comes to fighting fatty liver? Discover how much of a role food plays – and if it just might be able to stop this disease from getting worse.
Here’s a little-known kitchen tip: Where you put your food inside your oven affects how it cooks (and tastes). Find out if you’re placing casseroles, cookies and pizzas on the right rack or if you need to revamp your oven interior.
Perfectly healthy people who’ve sworn off alcohol are finding out they’ve developed fatty liver disease. The sneaky culprit behind this unexpected health twist? It might be your gut.
If you’re struggling with anxiety or related stress and symptoms, turn to herbs. Certain soothing herbs may have the potential to induce feelings of calm and relaxation.
Confused about what you can and can’t eat when you’re living with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease? Trying the keto diet just might be the best move for your health.
Prepackaged grocery goods are designed to simplify and speed up your cooking. But are they really worth buying? As it turns out, some shortcuts are worse than they seem.
Think reducing your food waste means you have to invest in the lengthy composting process? Not anymore! With these simple tips, you can turn would-be trash into nutritious food for your plants.
Food can play a key role in lowering high blood pressure, and it has the potential to make a dramatic difference. Discover just how critical your diet can be in lowering hypertension and fighting the complications that come along with it.
Spice up your food while working towards better liver health. These flavorful spices have a potent, positive effect for those living with nonalcoholic fatty liver disease.
Increasingly more research is pointing to the benefits of cutting back on meat. If you’re suffering from joint pain, going plant-based could offer even bigger perks and improved quality of life.
Refreshing and tasty, cacao water is a superfood – or super drink – that’s packed with antioxidants instead of sugar, with a dose of replenishing vitamins and minerals in every sip.
Are anti-inflammatory foods and products really as effective as their advertising claims? Thanks to widespread inflammation-washing, many might be less helpful as they seem at first glance.
Food waste is a dire environmental problem. But a new movement to create upcycled foods – and an Upcycled Certified food label – just might be the solution we need to combat a big climate change contributor.
Are you indulging in some bad grilling habits? Correct these common mistakes, and you’ll master good grilling practices.
It’s been 17 years since we last saw a brood of giant cicadas, and now they’re bursting onto the scene – this time as the summer’s trendiest treat. Are you ready to give cicadas a try?
If you’re worried about your weight or risk for metabolic syndrome, it may be time to tighten up your eating schedule. In combination with medication, limiting how many hours you eat each day may pay off for your health.
Mushrooms in your morning coffee? It might sound kind of odd, but mushroom coffee is a growing trend – and it’s one that just might be fantastic for inflammation, your immune system and overall health.
If you’re throwing away items in your fridge and pantry based on expiration date labels, you’re wasting a lot of perfectly edible food. These labels are commonly misunderstood, and we’re explaining how to interpret them correctly.
Prebiotics may improve your gut health and just may support your mental health too. Studies have found these supplements reduced anxiety in some individuals while they got to work in the microbiome.
Scientists have been searching for both the causes and potential cures for Alzheimer’s for decades. Now, a new study suggests that the cause of this disease may be rooted in your immune system.
If your joints are sore, achy or painful, consider adding green tea to your diet. A mug of this warm, antioxidant-rich beverage may work to combat what’s causing your joint pain.
The Mediterranean diet is one of the healthiest ways of eating – and with its focus on seafood and veggies, it’s also proving to be especially important for your brain health both now and into the future.
Your tried-and-true fridge organization strategies could be doing damage and creating extra waste. If you aren’t careful about where you’re placing produce, meat, dairy and more, your fridge might be helping your food spoil faster.
The first weeks of going keto can leave you feeling worse for the wear. But with the right approach, you can fight the keto flu – or even prevent it altogether.
You could be shortening the lifespan of food items in your fridge, pantry and freezer. We’re explaining why some of the most popular food storage methods aren’t necessarily the best.
If you’re having trouble fitting exercise into your busy schedule, exercise snacking could be the solution you need. Bite-sized bursts of movement can have a surprising effect on weight loss.
Have you missed fish since switching to a vegan or plant-based diet? Banana blossom might just be the alternative you need, with the right consistency and texture.
Could seaweed be the key to slimming down? Discover just how helpful kelp can be when it comes to weight loss.
If you’re struggling to lose weight, your gut bacteria could be to blame. New research shows that the type of bacteria present in your gut could shape how, exactly, you lose or gain weight.
The keto diet’s positive impact on your gut could be highly beneficial for your brain too. Discover what science is saying about a possible link between keto and cognitive capabilities.
Healthy foods are labeled with plenty of seals, certifications and stamps. We’re breaking down what those labels mean – and which matter.
Do you know which vitamins are worth taking and which are best to skip? If vitamin powders, pills or gummies are part of your routine, keep reading.
Thinking about starting a new diet? If you want to set yourself up for success, science says fasting before you make any changes could help.
Nuts offer nutrients that can play a positive role in heart health, helping you take control of key cardiovascular risk factors like blood pressure and cholesterol.
Brain fog doesn’t have to keep you from feeling your best. You can combat the unpleasant effects of brain fog by changing what you’re eating.
A new study shows a link between drinking coffee and how much fat you’re burning when you exercise. Coffee could be the key to taking your workouts to the next level.
Root-to-stem cooking makes the most out of fruits and vegetables, and it’ll help you build more sustainable habits in the kitchen and in your diet.
As a key ingredient in the green Mediterranean diet, wolffia globosa is growing in popularity. Here’s why this tiny plant is poised to become a superfood.
Based on new research, the Mediterranean diet could be just the right lifestyle change to help you achieve better, more restful sleep.