How sprouting grains and seeds unlocks their nutritional power
Sick of counting calories? Dr. Joel Fuhrman, author of The End of Dieting , shares nutrition advice that may not only help you live a longer, healthier life but also help you lose weight, reduce your risk of cancer and feel better all over - no dieting required.
These words will save you money: Pack your lunch.
Alternative-health practitioners say yeast overgrowth could be behind digestive problems, infections, headaches and more. Simply changing your eating habits could help.
Dietary saturated fat and cholesterol have long been blamed for increasing risk of heart disease, but new research is turning this nutrition advice on its head.
Traditionally, holiday meals are nowhere near healthy. They're full of celebration foods—heavy carbs, rich sauces and sugary treats to enjoy with family. But by substituting a few healthy ingredients for those old artery-clogging ones, you can help protect the health of your family—and make a delicious meal worth celebrating.
Don't just add vegetables to your salad. Make your salad more nutritious by adding these healthy fruits.
Find out the results from the 2nd annual Canadian Living Nutrition Survey.
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