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Study: Protein Variety May Lower Hypertension Risk

A diet rich in protein is linked to a number of health benefits for both middle-aged and older adults, including help with weight management, bone health and retention of muscle mass. Can protein lower high blood pressure? It seems that eating different types of protein sources, including both plant and animal proteins, is the key…

Kamut: The High-Energy, High-Nutrient Ancient Grain

Kamut® (pronounced ka-moot) is a trademarked name given to khorasan wheat. The grain had been all but forgotten, but recently it is making a comeback. This is most likely because of its enjoyable taste, texture, nutritional value and hypoallergenic properties. Want to mix up your grain options? Add Kamut to your pantry, and use it…

Thai Chicken Stir Fry Recipe

Stir fry meals are often a go-to meal for busy folks. But even with an array of veggies, those dinners can start to feel stale. Luckily, now you have this Thai Chicken Stir Fry in your back pocket! I love the variety of vegetables in this dish: We've got crunchy snow peas, disease-fighting mushrooms, and…

Low-Carb Diet: A Beginner’s Guide

Made famous by the Atkins diet and other similar weight-loss plans, low-carb diets are most well-known for shedding pounds fast. Despite what might initially come to mind when you think about low-carb diet plans or what you may have been told about why low-carb diets are bad for you, research suggests that a balanced low-carb…

Changing Diet to Extend Life: Healthy Food Choices Can Add 8 to 13 Years

Dietary risk factors are estimated to cause 11 million deaths annually. For context, less than 6 million people have died from the COVID-19 virus as of February 2022. Can a healthy diet extend your life span? According to recent research, it very likely can. We've known for years that diets containing plenty of healthy fats…

99 Healthy Crock Pot Recipes

For some, the crock pot is just another kitchen tool collecting dust in a cabinet. For others, it’s a great way to make roasts, chili and a whole host of crock pot recipes. Do you have a crock pot collecting dust in a cabinet? Perhaps you bring out your slow cooker a few times a…

What Is Turkesterone? Potential Benefits & Side Effects of This Muscle-Building Supplement

If you're someone who works out regularly, enjoys strength training or even competes athletically, then a supplement that decreases fatigue and speeds up exercise recovery probably sounds pretty appealing. One such supplement that is growing in popularity among s bodybuilders and athletes is turkesterone, a type of natural steroid compound that is linked improved strength,…

Easy Korean Bulgogi Recipe: Fire Meat!

Chinese takeout, Japanese sushi, Thai noodles: Asian foods have long been a staple in American food culture. But over the past few years, there's another Asian cuisine that's been taking us by storm: Korean barbecue and, especially, beef bulgogi … aka fire meat. What Is Bulgogi? Bulgogi is thinly sliced, marinated meat that's usually cooked…

27 Fast and Easy Holiday Recipes

Cooking during the holidays can be challenging. When you’re juggling personal obligations, different eating habits and maintaining your sanity, the last thing you want to think about is what holiday recipes you’re going to make for the holiday meal! Luckily, there’s no need to stress anymore with some of my favorite fast and easy holiday…

Top 6 Reasons to Keep Garlic Peels & Onion Skins

If you're a believer in "nose-to-tail cooking," you'll probably also be interested in what's called “root-to-stem” cooking. Both of these practices involve using as many parts as possible of the groceries you buy, grow or even raise, whether animal-derived foods or plants — such as garlic peels. Garlic and onions are staples in many people's…