The foods we eat can directly impact our cognitive functions, particularly as the brain uses around 20% of the body’s daily calorie needs, so it is important to fuel it in the right way to ensure that it stays healthy and to ward against cognitive decline. We take a look at some of the benefits of eating for better brain health and the foods you need to include in your diet.
I cut almost all meat out of my diet in 2019. A year and a half into this journey, I wanted to share why I did it, my experiences, and what surprised me. And if you’re going to give a plant-based diet a try, I’ve included some practical tips and plans to succeed.
Have you ever thought about ways to accelerate your weight loss success? Nightshades are sneaky vegetables that might be hindering your progress. Keep reading for information on how to identify a nightshade to see if nightshade elimination is right for you!
Can the foods you eat fight disease and keep you healthier and younger-looking? Here are some simple recipes for good health, weight loss and longevity.
There are things you can do today to slow or even reverse age-related mental decline both for tomorrow and for years to come.
While there’s no doubt that governments need to majorly ramp up efforts to safeguard our future from impending climate doom, there is much that we as individuals can do to help save the environment. Looking at our food consumption, for instance, is a good place to start.
Remember gummy vitamins? Sure, they’re more fun to take than pills — but are they actually good for you? Zhaoping Li, professor of medicine at UCLA, is skeptical. Although they contain similar amounts of the vitamins and minerals that pill-based vitamins do, Li points out that gummy vitamins also typically include artificial ingredients and added sugars. The same is true, unfortunately, of many gummies that contain CBD.
Of all the global cuisines, there’s nothing that quite compares with the taste and experience of eating traditional, authentic, Italian home cooking.
Sub-Saharan Africa is known for its famous baobab tree. The baobab tree is known as the “Tree of Life,” and the “Upside-Down Tree.” The baobab tree is known as the “Tree of Life” due to its remarkable capacity to withstand harsh and arid heat.
Rose hips are the tasty end-point fruits that follow the flowering of roses. They’re so loaded with vitamin C that they outrank oranges by a two-to-one margin. They also contain vitamin A, calcium, iron and other beneficial minerals.