This breakfast has twice as much colon-healing fiber as oatmeal. We combined it with raspberries to protect against colon cancer and papaya to boost digestion and ease inflammation.
If you catch a lot of colds, feel like you have no energy, or are unhappy with your skin, it's time to refresh your body with the help of natural foods & remedies
Many teens seem to think that ”vegetarian“ means a steady diet of fries, chips, and soda. Here are easy ways to avoid that unhealthful trap by focusing on these six nutrients—and the best food sources for each.
Ease achy, inflamed joints with these proven botanical medicines.
A moisturizer and youth boost in one, hyaluronic acid is a miracle ingredient for all skin types, even sensitive and acne- or rosacea-prone skin.
To stop mid-morning sugar cravings, replace traditional breakfast foods with more substantial morning fare.
For Selina Delangre, founder of Selina Naturally, salt isn’t just a common dietary staple, but an artform.
Discover how this herbal gem can help clear up coughs, tame menstrual cramps, ease stomach problems, including heartburn, gas, and bloating—and more.
Infused with hydrating, antiaging nutrients, exotic oils such as black seed and marula help enhance all skin types.
Test your vitamin and heart health smarts by matching each question with a colored heart (the answers are below).
Back pain is all too common in our hunched-over, digital world, but there are simple ways to reduce or avoid it.
You might not think about zinc, but this mineral is vital to your health—and the symptoms of depletion are easy to overlook.
Keep this health-robbing yeast at bay with these 7 foods.
Get into the Spirit of St. Patrick's Day with this plant-based version of an Irish classic. It's made with seitan in place of meat.
We want to show our love to you—we’re giving away 5 sensational Sweetheart Packages.
Looking for an easy holiday-style dessert to fill your home with the scents of the season? This sweet treat, made with seasonal fruits, does not disappoint!
Japanese sweet potatoes add Asian flair to this easy take on pho, a traditional Vietnamese noodle soup.
The bold flavor of rutabaga stands up to a spicy, garlicky red pepper sauce.