I often see website ads that say, “Never eat these foods.”
There are plenty of sources of trustworthy nutrition information online — too many to try to list here.
A half-cup of canned pumpkin has just 40 calories but is loaded with more than 3 grams of fiber and very little fat.
We keep hearing good things about grass-fed beef. Is it really that much better for you?
Identifying whole grains: Read the label
Low levels of vitamin D are associated with factors, such as high blood pressure, that could lead to heart disease.
‘Ultra-pasteurization’ means that milk is heated to a minimum of 280 degrees F for at least two seconds.
Well, that’s how they’re classified in the food groups. There’s no sense in giving “edible fungi” their own category, is there?
Most times, frozen and canned vegetables are processed immediately after harvest and at their nutritional peak
Some milk labels say no antibiotics or added hormones. But conventionally produced milk makes no such claim. What should you assume?