Eating three servings of whole grains a day could lower your risk of death, study shows.
When it comes to food I have strong opinions on what I like and what I don't. Actually this pertains to all aspects of my life; there is just no time for wishy washy in-betweens.
2) We eat more than lettuce (hell, wouldn't you?). America is happier than ever. Since Oldways' Whole Grains Council launched
Quinoa is one of those things that, until recently, my husband (who is a ravenous eater of all things) referred to as 'hacky-sack food.' I'm happy to report that he's pulled a full 180 on his perception - and now regularly suggests we whip up a batch for dinner.
While it's true that the caveman did not consume a lot of whole grains, the fact they have been with us for millennia and are considered an important part of some of the healthiest diets in the world lends credence to the idea that they are not only harmless but essential for achieving optimal health.
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
Over the past year I have been documenting my 1-year-old son's "Palatetraining" on social media as he gobbles down fresh veggies. It is possible to raise a vegetable lover, you just have to start earlier and "Palatetrain" your child from their first bite of solids.
The JAMA study has told us how to live a longer, healthier life. Why not start now with a piece of whole wheat toast?