Health and Nutrition
Have you ever finished eating a healthy meal and then heard your brain calling for something more? Something a little sweeter?
Sodium is in almost everything we eat and drink. For some foods, it occurs naturally. But it’s added during the manufacturing process of, and as a flavor enhancer to, most things we eat. And that’s a huge problem.
These complex molecules grow and maintain muscles, tendons, skin and organs. So how do you make sure you’re getting enough?
It’s the most widely served seafood in the country. It’s low in calories and dense in vitamins and minerals.
The benefits of having a dog in your life are vast… albeit expensive. But as you’ll see, our K-9 companions do earn their keep.
If your body is still yelling “feed me” even after you eat, it’s a sign you’re not putting the right things into your body when you need them. Here are eight things your body may be telling you…
A recent study published in the journal Depression and Anxiety led to some reports that dark chocolate can reduce the symptoms of depression.
Willis-Ekbom disease, better known as restless legs syndrome (RLS), is a neurological disorder that can trigger uncomfortable feelings in the legs. There’s one nutrient that plays a big role in managing RLS…
Rich in vitamins and minerals, as well as antioxidants, this is an easy food to incorporate into sweet and savory dishes… and your waistline will appreciate it.
We’re finishing our series with what may be the most well-rounded mushroom on the roster: the maitake mushroom. Here are five ways maitake mushrooms can benefit your health…