Monday, April 27, 2015

Healthy Eating

  • More Top Stories
  • Latest News
What did these preindustrial cultures have in common? Their average age of death was around 43 years. And many of them had heart disease.
Don’t overlook the convenience of slow-cooker and crock-pot recipes this spring and summer. While we usually think about them as perfect for the frosty winter time and not the heat of the summer, they are great all year long.
Study found it's not just about calories; some foods not as bad for waistline as thought
It may be tough to believe, but the cereals like Lucky Charms can be healthier for you than certain granola bars. Many so called “health foods” have hidden sugars you won’t find on the labels.
WASHINGTON (AP) - The government is relying on some new technology - as well as a bit of luck - to track an outbreak of life-threatening listeria linked to Blue Bell ice cream products.
High heat can definitely damage the integrity and nutritional value of cooking oils, say food chemists.
So many spring vegetables, so little time. The radish is probably not the most popular spring vegetable, but it brings some great flavor and healthy nutrients to many dishes. Try one of these healthy recipes using radishes this week.
Instead of using prepackaged jerk seasoning that may be loaded with salt and preservatives, this recipe has cut much of the salt and is packed with many tasty spices.
Can eating fast-food actually benefit you after a grueling workout?
More than 40 percent of stores called by minors suggested buying testosterone booster
More than 40 percent of stores called by minors suggested buying testosterone booster
Study found it's not just about calories; some foods not as bad for waistline as thought
Study found it's not just about calories; some foods not as bad for waistline as thought
Are sugary drinks helping to relieve our stress?
Goal Getter
Don’t overlook the convenience of slow-cooker and crock-pot recipes this spring and summer. While we usually think about them as perfect for the frosty winter time and not the heat of the summer, they are great all year long.
Ancient hunter-gatherers may have equated running skills with reproductive potential