Is it good to go gluten-free?
Few things in our day-to-day living are more influenced by tradition than our food choices, but sometimes, change is helpful.
Many people are afraid they’ll miss out on vital nutrients if they adopt a vegetarian diet. What to look out for should you choose not to eat meat.
If your vegetarian, there's a chance you're not getting enough vitamin B12.
Certain chemicals formed in your cooking give food a more desirable taste and smell, but could they be making you sick? The answer may surprise you.
Learning to make legumes the feature of at least four of your main meals each week could be one of the simplest dietary strategies to help you reap major health rewards.
Simple ways to help you go meat free
Most people are probably unaware of how much the Bible says about healthful living. Charles Mills reflects on some of these instructions.
Barbecues might be a super way to socialise, but throwing another steak on the barbie could be dangerous for your health.
If you suffer from symptoms like eczema, colic, acne, loose stools, bloating or sinus problems, you may have an allergy to dairy products-a condition that can be life-threatening for some.
While vegetarians may have generally lower intakes of cholesterol and saturated fat, are they getting enough omega-3?
Victor Parachin believes we can all help heal the planet by simply becoming vegetarian.