Bright yellow bananas and cornflakes with yellow tape measure on white table.
12/06/2016
Carb Conundrum Free fatty acids (meaning fat circulating in the bloodstream not packaged into triglycerides) result in inflammation, toxic fat breakdown products, and oxidative stress, which can... read more
roasted carrots and parsnips on gray plate
12/03/2016
by Leah Rodrigues | Foodista.com Roasted carrots and parsnips with homemade chimichurri is an easy side dish that will liven your table.  Root vegetables are a staple side dish and... read more
12/02/2016
This recipe is so easy and satisfying. Green Diva Meg's latest vegan culinary creation. She's having fun with her new spiralizer and had fun developing this easy sweet potato spiralized pasta with... read more
Fresh fruits and vegetables slices on a cutting board.
11/29/2016
Food and You There are so many pesticides and toxins that go into our food on a regular basis. While there are tons of informative guides regarding which foods can still be nutritious in spite of... read more
Cow eating in bright green pasture.
11/22/2016
Best Intentions I’ve been in the organic industry for several decades now, and there is an increasing trend to move the organic standards towards complete and utter purity. Some in the organic... read more
Close up on bowl of gluten free coconut curry soup.
11/19/2016
Coconut Curry Soup by Leah Rodrigues | Foodista.com Soup season is upon us. With the weather finally starting to cool down, there is nothing better than ending the day with a bowl of homemade... read more
Pile of golden flax seed on wooden cutting board.
11/15/2016
Flax Alert A recent article in the journal Meat Science acknowledged that a sector of the population perceives meat as a food that is detrimental to their health because of studies... read more
Piles of freh vegetables: tomatoes, carrots, cucumber, lettuce.
11/12/2016
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Why You Should Buy Local Food: 10 Reasons 1) Food grown locally tastes far better than imported produce. Yes, some vegetables might look wonky but the flavor they are bursting with surely makes... read more
Roasted half acorn squash with walnuts and cranberries.
11/05/2016
by Amy Jeanroy | Foodista.com Cozy Autumn Eats A perfect fall supper, acorn squash is a sign that fall has truly arrived. Fill the sweet halves with a mixture of walnuts, cranberries, brown... read more

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Piles of freh vegetables: tomatoes, carrots, cucumber, lettuce.
11/12/2016
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Why You Should Buy Local Food: 10 Reasons 1) Food grown locally tastes far better than imported produce. Yes, some vegetables might look wonky but the flavor they are bursting with surely makes... read more
Roasted half acorn squash with walnuts and cranberries.
11/05/2016
by Amy Jeanroy | Foodista.com Cozy Autumn Eats A perfect fall supper, acorn squash is a sign that fall has truly arrived. Fill the sweet halves with a mixture of walnuts, cranberries, brown... read more
Turmeric powder spread in lines on white background.
11/01/2016
Spice of Life The average American spends most of their waking life sitting down, which is associated with an increased risk of death even among people who go to the gym after work and exercise... read more
sliced and whole onions on plate with kitchen knife
10/29/2016
by Sheri Wetherell | Foodista.com When planning what items to keep stocked in your pantry do you consider your freezer as well? I always keep items like frozen berries (who doesn't love a taste of... read more
Old yellow tractor in lush green field.
10/25/2016
Land Ho! They say a journey begins with just one single step. UNFI has taken a ten-acre step in Sturtevant , Wisconsin to further a vision for increasing access to fresh local organic food. Our... read more
Peppermint plant flowers and leaves in garden.
10/22/2016
Fresher and Faster? Ever since smoking was prohibited in night clubs, customers have increasingly noticed other unpleasant smells present in the club—like body odors. So, researchers in Europe... read more
close up on head of cauliflower
10/15/2016
ROASTED BUFFALO CAULIFLOWER WITH BLUE CHEESE SAUCE RECIPE by Amy Jeanroy | Foodista.com After school snacks that are tasty as well as healthy are not that easy to find. That's why I love this... read more
A pat of butter melting and bubbling in a skillet.
10/11/2016
Is Butter Better Now? Time magazine’s cover exhorting people to eat butter could be viewed as a desperate attempt to revive dwindling print sales, but they claimed to be reporting on real... read more
Fresh fruit smoothies in glasses, strawberry and kiwi.
10/04/2016
Fat in a Glass? Is your smoothie making you fat? Ask Kiki - though you may not want to hear the answer. You might be working out like a warrior and thinking you are having the best breakfast... read more

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11/11/2014
Every minute, a woman in the US dies of a heart attack. Karen Owoc shares the latest news about how heredity can play a part in a woman's risk of a heart attack.
11/11/2014
New studies reveal that your eating habits can expand your waistline. Here are some tips to keep from shoveling down food too fast.
11/11/2014
Eggs have been saddled with a history of containing high levels of cholesterol, but a U.S. study shows today's egg has a new nutritional profile
11/11/2014
The painful truth for some 35 million men is that hair loss is inevitable. Hair restoration surgery offers a way to permanently reduce bald patches, but not without some unfavorable results. Find out... read more
11/11/2014
Male hormone production decreases as men age. Find out what to expect and how to cope with the changes.
11/11/2014
Eating an apple a day is known to "keep the doctor away", but eating one can have another interesting effect. 
11/11/2014
The effects of obesity extend beyond commonly-known conditions, such as high blood pressure and heart disease. Find out what new data has revealed in a Kent State study of the brain's ability to... read more
11/11/2014
Heat from laptops can affect male fertility. Find out the best way to use them without damaging your sperm.
11/11/2014
Here's an often overlooked source of ultraviolet radiation, and some doctors warn it could seriously affect your health. 

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