Eating around the clock has become common. But could nibbling over an extended time period be harming your health?
Few things in our day-to-day living are more influenced by tradition than our food choices, but sometimes, change is helpful.
Imagine a world where we don’t need to spend time preparing or cooking food. Sounds like an efficient use of time, but is it?
Ways to improve your health—day after day after day.
Research suggests if you want to boost your body’s internal detox systems, you should develop a crush on cruciferous vegetables.
Could the way you cook your food be affecting your health? A growing body of research suggests that toxic chemicals are formed when we use intense cooking methods.
The Paleo diet is proving popular with bloggers, media personalities and chefs. But is it good for your long-term health?
Can’t tolerate or don’t want to eat dairy? Many traditional societies have been dairy free, yet existing reports don’t suggest higher rates of bone fractures. Just ensure that you get enough plant sources of calcium on your plate.
An old-world vegetable that has soared in popularity in recent times.
Perhaps the legacy of Masterchef six years later is a growing generation—and influence—of hipsters.
Discover how "rewards" can help us stay in shape by providing ongoing motivation.
If your vegetarian, there's a chance you're not getting enough vitamin B12.