Whether you’re adjusting recipes for yourself or a family member, or even have a gluten-free guest coming for dinner, making the initial switch to a new gluten-free diet can be easier than you think!
Vitamins are important nutrients your body needs to stay strong and healthy. We see their names everywhere, from food labels to supplement bottles, but where do these letters come into play when it comes to your health?
From Vitamins A to K, let’s take a look at what these super small, yet super vital hard workers do to keep you going from day to day and learn where to get more in our everyday diet!
The quest for the perfect after-school snack continues with this simple, delicious & healthy recipe!
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Who doesn’t love the salty, crispy goodness of potato chips? Most kids love this classic snack! However (and quite unfortunately!), popping open a bag of potato chips is not the healthiest choice, so nutrition-conscious parents are finding an alternative that their kids will love.
Food allergies are a common occurrence, and while they can be serious, it doesn’t have to mean your days of eating at your favorite restaurants are over!
Have you ever been walking down a road one day, pass a bakery overflowing with the smell of warm, freshly baked bread and instantly notice how hungry you are? Ever have the mouth-watering aroma of chopped garlic waft into your bedroom and suddenly you’re dying for dinner to be ready?
It’s pretty clear that there is some sort of connection between your sense of smell and hunger. Have you ever wondered just why that happens? New research shows that the reason behind this could lie at the cellular level.
Most people know at least one person who is living with asthma. A common chronic condition, meaning it lasts a long time and/or is recurrent, this disease affects more than 22 million Americans and an estimated 300 million people (holy cow!) throughout the world. But just what is asthma, and why do so many people have it?