Prevention

The #1 way to prevent foodborne illnesses in your kitchen is to wash your hands as the first step in all food preparation. If you already wash your hands consistently, take the next step by making sure your kitchen sponges and dish cloths are clean and sanitary...
 
Food and Health, Prevention

Plant foods like fruit, vegetables, whole grains, beans, lentils, nuts, and seeds are  not only loaded with phytochemicals, vitamins, and minerals to fight disease, but they’re also great sources of fiber...
 
Cooking, Prevention

How many different types of milk have you tried? There are the standard dairy milks: whole, 2%, fat-free, etc or alternatives to cow’s milk such as goat or sheep milk. Many people prefer non-dairy "milk" such as beverages made from soy, almond, rice, hemp, or coconut. Any of these...
 
Food and Health, Prevention

The reason the original paper was retracted was due to statistical anomalies, the failure to appropriately randomize subjects in some of the 11 study centers, and other concerns.
 

Putting together a comprehensive and engaging cooking demonstration is hard work -- but that's about to change.
 

These fun and educational incentives make the perfect prizes, rewards, awards, and gifts for health and wellness promotion. Set them up at your next wellness fair, nutrition class, or company raffle.
 
Prevention

Scientists published an article in Cell Metabolism magazine in March that showed that HIIT (high intensity interval training) with cardiovascular exercises like biking and walking induced cells to produce more proteins for energy-making mitochondria and protein-building ribosomes, which help halt aging at the cellular level.