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.
Don't let weekend snacking or excess drinking wreck havoc on your health goals. Try these 12 tips to stay healthy on your days off.
Taking a daily preventive homemade medicine can help you stay healthy throughout cold and flu season.
If a hormone imbalance is affecting your overall health, there are natural solutions that can help improve those irregularities.
Store-bought ketchup is tasty — but also contains high levels of sugar, salt and preservatives. Skip these bad add-ons, and make your own!
Tomatoes are jam-packed with nutrients, low in calories and provide powerful health benefits, including supporting bone health, lowering high cholesterol and much more.
Here's what you need to know to make sure to keep the pints of berries you brought home from the store or farmers market stay good for longer.
Say good-bye to sad desk salad: We've assembled simple rules and ingredient recommendations that'll ensure that you have an awesome salad at work, full of fiber, complex carbs and lean proteins.
Stocking up on these basics makes meal planning and preparation a breeze.
Stewed pears are a fiber-rich and delicious snack, dessert or breakfast. Serve it alongside yogurt, and if the pears aren't looking fresh in the grocery, just substitute in another fruit.