Cooking

You know the old saying, “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is”. Yet, year after year, people get duped into believing that the latest fad diet will finally solve their weight problem. According to the CDC, Americans spend 70 billion per year on weight loss....
 

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Cooking

While fad diets that demonize carbs are always popular at the start of the New Year, science and common sense still lean towards including them in your diet. A recent large analysis finds that consuming grains, fruits and vegetables reduces the risk of early death from cancer and heart disease. 1 People that eat higher ... More fiber means less disease


The latest boost of interest in intermittent fasting brings up some interesting questions about breakfast. Proponents of intermittent fasting often suggest skipping breakfast, but this goes completely against what you’ve always heard about the first meal of the day: "Don’t skip breakfast. It’s the most important meal of the day." Whether they're fasting or not, ... Make the Most of Breakfast
Food and Health, Kids

You’re not alone if you’d like to eat more family meals. According to David Emerson Feit, vice president of the Hartman Group, a research and consulting firm specializing in eating and wellness, “more than two-thirds of parents say they want to eat with their kids every night if they...
Food and Health

Foods made from soybeans, including tofu, tempeh, edamame, soy milk, and soy nuts, contain several important nutrients: protein (the only plant food that contains all 8 essential amino acids humans need for health), fiber, iron, calcium, zinc, and B vitamins. Soy foods are also important for what they don’t...