Are you a breastfeeding mother? You are probably trying to eat the healthiest foods you can because you are aware that your eating habits can affect your baby's development.
Are you thinking about trying for a baby? You and your partner are probably talking about the stuff you need to get in order before you get pregnant. Most couples talk about finances, perhaps moving to a bigger house, and lifestyle changes.
Celiac is a disease triggered by consuming gluten. It causes abdominal pain, stool problems, intestinal damage, and eventually serious trouble absorbing vitamins and minerals, which in turn leads to many health complications.
If you have just given birth, the chances are that you will have a few extra "left-over" pounds and some abdominal flab that you would love to get rid of as soon as possible.
Depression is a serious mental-health issue that will affect up to 6,5% of the population during their lifetime. Yes, the food you eat can either boost your mood or take you down the road of this life-sapping disease.
As the popularity of soy products has increased, so have reports about its potential health risks. What's the real deal? Is soy good or bad for you?
With over 200 million women around the world already suffering with osteoporosis, this research is vital, and could result in a huge decrease in those afflicted with this crippling bone disease.
Here are ten food myths that are hurting your kids because they keep your whole family from enjoying plentiful, healthy, inexpensive, and nutritious vegetables.
If you are starting your journey of trying to get pregnant, you should be very well aware what you should eat, but also what foods you should avoid. This article is going to represent a list of foods you should avoid while you are trying to get pregnant.
Just about anyone who has flown across several times zones by jet is familiar with the experience of jet lag. It turns out that plants can experience jet lag, too, and when plant biorhythms get out of sync, their nutritional value suffers.