Flaxseeds may be small, but they are powerful! This super-food is a whole grain known for its anti-inflammatory properties and other health benefits. Flax is found in many forms, and often sold in the grocery store as whole flax seed, ground flax meal, or flax oil.
Turmeric, the bright, vibrant, yellow spice added to everything from curries to smoothies to oatmeal and even lattes (i.e. “golden milk”), has gained quite a reputation for being a nutritional superstar for its touted anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties. But where exactly is the science with this, and how much turmeric does one need to ingest to boast any health benefit?
While a cleanse may sound promising, the fact is, juice cleanses usually don’t deliver the right, or healthful, results.
Here are 5 tips for a foolproof game plan that will keep your healthy eating plan on track and have your guests cheering for more
Cooking with your children is going to be the first time they are exposed to working in the kitchen, so make it exciting! If they enjoy cooking with you, they will look forward to it as they grow older.
We’ve compiled all of our favourite tips to have your best year yet with food – enjoy this list of our top nutrition messages for 2020!
While most people typically think of calcium and vitamin D the ultimate vitamins for bone health, vitamin K2 is one of the latest nutrients that can help strengthen your bones.
Upset stomach, bloating, irregular bowels, aches, pains… sounding all too familiar? Wouldn’t it be wonderful if one test could offer all the answers on how to be free of these symptoms for good?
It’s true that the foods we eat can have a profound effect on our body’s inflammation. But before you spend a fortune on turmeric lattés, it’s important to separate the inflammatory facts from fiction.
Yhis time of year the world tends to go a bit overboard when it comes to things “pumpkin spiced”. How can we make it healthier?