Beets, carrots, parsnips, yams and more! Do you love root vegetables? Whether you want to roast, sauté or juice them, these vegetables are delicious and full of nutrients. They get their name because they tend to grow underground where they soak up nutrients from the soil.
These disease-fighting and energy boosting roots come with a high dose of antioxidants, vitamins, fiber and more. They also tend to be low in calories while high in slow-burning carbohydrates that help fill you up and energize you throughout the day.
Local, seasonal produce tastes delicious, and also has a high concentration of vital micronutrients. Here are the five best vegetables to throw on the grill before the end of summertime.
Interested in decreasing inflammation? Eager to boost endurance? Find out what ingredients to include in your juice to promote these specific health benefits and more.
If it feels like you're doing everything right, but still can't lose weight, make sure you're not inadvertently hindering your own weight-loss goals.
Not only are the limes great for their immune-boosting and digestive properties, but they’re also a key part of the upcoming Cinco de Mayo celebrations! Perfect because this juice has just 5 ingredients too!
Move over kale and spinach, you need to make room for chard in the leafy green spotlight. Find out why this beautiful plant deserves more attention.
To help guide you toward making healthy Mexican food choices, here's a list of our favorite food options (with recipes too!).
Health claims and misleading food labeling is top of the news feeds as the debate over what is truly “healthy” rages on. Let's see what it's all about.
Garlic is a delicious white vegetable that not only adds wonderful flavor to your food, but it's super nutrient-dense. Find out why you should eat more.
Here are some great herbs that you can add to your food, take as a tea or as a herbal tincture or dried in a capsule to help regulate and promote healthy blood sugar levels.