I am delighted to be witnessing mainstream food products emblazoned with the word “vegan” on their labels. But I feel disheartened when that potentially nourishing food turns out to be nothing but junk food.
You’re probably familiar with the Mediterranean diet. But while there’s plenty to celebrate about the Mediterranean diet, there’s also a big problem that we’re not talking about enough.
If the subminimum wage for tipped workers persists, the restaurant industry is unlikely to recover from its growing labor crisis, regardless of how much money the federal government hands out to business owners.
Food is a universal love language, and in the Black community, this love runs deep. It comes from a desire to nourish others, spend time together, maintain traditions, and stay within our means.
Artificial sweeteners like aspartame and sucralose may have zero calories, but your body isn't fooled. When hit with a "sweet" taste, your body expects calories and when this doesn't happen, it causes biochemical distortions that can result in weight gain and other health problems.
A diet full of fruits, vegetables, whole grains, and lean protein can help keep your heart healthy and can keep your blood pressure at a healthy level.
Weight is one of the top things people zoom in on every January. But is focusing on a number on a scale truly the way to invest in our health and wellbeing? Or is it an unnecessary source of pressure that can do more harm than good?
As someone with an eating disorder history, the holidays, which should be joyful and exciting, can be awkward—and even destructive—as the same problems present themselves year after year: We’re expected to spend time with family members who can be jarring.
Minding your diet is easier said than done. It always helps to have a little reminder of how certain foods can affect your skin health. Our list can help with that.
President Joe Biden has called for an all-of-government response to climate change that looks for solutions and opportunities in every sector of the U.S. economy. That includes agriculture, which emits over 600 million metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent every year.
The easiest ways to promote health below the belt? Food. Here are eight eats that work in favor of your vagina, walls and all. With these eight bites for your bits, it’s easy to put your vagina (and yourself) as a priority. Better yet, try creating recipes that incorporate several of these foods!
It is not impossible to get out of your toxic relationship with the wrong kinds of food. Here are a few of my favorite healthy snacks for weight loss that lift your mood without packing on the pounds.
Most people know about vitamins A, B, C, D and/or E, but vitamin K slips under the nutritional radar. Yet it is essential for life because it’s required for blood to clot normally. Now scientists are now realizing there is more to know about this less appreciated nutrient…
So, you purchased a blender on a whim, and months later realize that it is sitting at the back of a kitchen cupboard collecting dust because you’ve grown incredibly tired of smoothies. Fret not; you’re not alone in this sad…
The national grocery delivery platform, OjaExpress, helps consumers access culturally appropriate foods not found in typical American grocery stores…
“In the United States of America we spend almost ten billion dollars a year to store the surplus food that we have in the nation. And I say to myself as I look at these conditions, ‘I know where we can store that food free of charge…
Sprouting is the easiest, most inexpensive way to stay on top of your health. Sprouting vegetables takes just a few minutes a day. You don’t need soil or sunshine to make it happen. All you need is filtered water and affordable equipment, most of which you probably already own.
Farmers can save the world’s soils and feed humanity for more than 10,000 years if they embrace soil conservation practices.