Ideas abound for those who would like to give unique gifts that are both healthy and well-received.
The latest food craze looks, tastes and feels like real meat—but at day's end, it's still a processed food.
Simply adding more vegetable offerings to the menu can lead to a sizable reduction in meat consumption.
Slow cookers, oil misters and other handy gadgets can make life in the kitchen much easier, tastier and healthier.
Occasional checkups on fire alarms, cleaning supplies and furnace filters make for a home that's safe, clean and comfortable.
On the hunt for something to boost energy, build muscle or increase your athletic performance? You can't go wrong with natural foods.
As the FDA reexamines the claim that soy products may reduce heart disease risk, some scientists say relabeling would be a mistake.
Your chosen foods aren't the only determining factor in your health outcome. It might also depend on the order in which you eat them.
Symptoms include cognitive problems, fatigue, weakness, weight loss, constipation and numbness in hands and feet.
Want to trim down on saturated fat, but still gain protein and nutrients? Develop an eye for leaner cuts and grass-fed varieties.
Over time, consumption of high-quality, plant-based foods can lower the risk of death—as long as you also steer clear of animal-based meats and unhealthy treats.
Hand-washing and safe food handling are hallmarks of a conscientious cook who knows what's at stake in a bacteria-laden world.