The majority of people seem to get the winter munchies and gain weight over the cold months. Are we genetically predisposed to gain weight in cold days, or there are simply much more temptations?
If you find yourself raiding the refrigerator, or always thinking about your next meal, there could be a few surprising reasons why.
If you’re like me, you get so much “healthy” kale you start looking for reasons not to eat. It turns out that there is a very good reason not to eat kale—heavy metal contamination, which is worse in organic varieties.
When it comes to fruit and vegetables, you've probably heard about five-a-day serving, but what it actually means? If we know we should be eating them, why are we still unhealthy, and how to make healthy eating a habit?
Many of us break a bone sooner or later, whether it's on a playground in childhood or later in life in horseback riding accident. Science has gone a long way to prove it's possible to heal faster with certain foods and vitamins.
Cabbage isn't the most glamorous offering at the produce counter, but it may be among the most nutritious. There's no more affordable superfood.
Chocolate, candy, cheese, carbs...Here, we explore seven of the most common cravings and discover what they might say about your body.
In January 2018, the Nutrition Facts Label is getting a new look. These changes would include complete ban on trans fats and removing “calories from fat” information, among others. Does this mean choosing healthier options may become easier?
In terms of antioxidants, red fruit and vegetables often bear down green — but in all other terms, the game is a draw.
The rise of the gluten-free market is excellent news for people with celiac and gluten intolerance, but does eschewing gluten make any sense at all for people who have no medical reason to?