One of the first things that often suffers is the quality of food we eat.
We could all use a little boost.
Salad chain Sweetgreen announced two menu changes on Tuesday: The fast-growing and deep-pocketed company says it started contemplating how to make food healthier, and it's decided the first step is banning all traces of bacon, as well as Sriracha, from its 50 locations.
The health food industry in America often sets us up for failure. To be completely honest, we've reached a point at which
Don't be fooled by the hype.
We know more about health than we did in the '90s. Why haven’t nutrition labels caught up?
For starters, neither is healthy.
Plain Greek yogurt Level of processing: Basic processed. Live yogurt cultures are added to strained and pasteurized cow's
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By Janet Helm for U.S. News 1. Butter is back: Not really. While headlines and popular books are making a hero out of butter
So whether you’re still a wee lad (or lady), or already in your latter years, dairy foods provide potential health benefits
Some of the foods listed in here may be brand new to you and some may be foods you've eaten for years. One thing is certain though: regardless of how new, old or trendy these foods may become in the next year, all of them will help to improve your health. After all, good health is a trend that never goes out of style.
Maybe breadfruit can solve the world's hunger problem, too. Clarification: Language has been modified to indicate that The