Americans have lost touch with the joy of eating and worsened our health on the way. In this article, you’ll find seven easy, actionable steps to reconnect with your food and your digestive system to improve your health.
After working for several years in the field of integrative and lifestyle medicine, Dr. Kate Shafto has come to a realization: food has become a bother for Americans, and it’s costing us.
With mass amounts of conflicting nutrition information, it’s easy to feel like there’s no consensus on which foods are healthy. When it comes down to it though, the best nutritional advice can be explained in one sentence.
As long as you have some patience, a mason jar, and appropriate ingredients, many fermentations are easy, even for a beginner.
Eating more healthfully doesn’t have to mean giving up all your favorite foods and flavors. You can make simple, daily upgrades to your habits instead, and satisfy your high-carb cravings with delicious, nutritious alternatives.
By this point, we’ve all heard wild low-carb success stories. But are claims of fat loss, improved energy, and reduced bloating worth the risks an intense low-carb regimen brings?
Nearly a third of adult Americans try to avoid gluten. But is gluten intolerance/sensitivity “real”, and do you have it? Even if you can eat gluten, should you?
Until relatively recently, the only reference to “Chia” in popular culture was the Chia Pet®. But what exactly makes ancient grains so healthy? How do you prepare them?