Understanding the Nutritional Value of Spices
Researchers continue to find more health benefits linked to using healing spices, but what is their nutritional value? We'll explore what is inside three of the most popular spices.
Tips for Making Informed and Healthy Food Choices
No longer hunters and gatherers, people must sort through countless food choices just to get dinner on the table. Consumers who are conscious of buying quality food need to consider its nutritive value as well as its degree of processing before they step into the grocery store.
The Immunity Boosting Diet
While there is no cure or vaccine for the Coronavirus yet, you have your own powerful protection system with you at all times: your immune system. We created a custom, immune boosting diet plan to help you stay healthy and strong.
4 Vegetables That Are More Nutritious Frozen Than Fresh
Highly debated, are frozen vegetables healthier than fresh? Depending on the vegetable, certain produce can be more nutrient-dense when frozen shortly after harvest. Read below for our take on the top vegetables that are healthier when bought frozen as opposed to fresh.
Everything You Need to Know About Preservatives
What are preservatives? Are they bad for you? Learn what you need to know about these common food additives and how they could, or should, impact your grocery-buying decisions.
What Is Chemical Farming?
The difference between chemical farming and organic is important, but it’s not as clear-cut as you might think. Learn more about how they’re similar and how they’re different, and why other criteria might be more important when you’re shopping for food.
How Does Plant-Based ‘Meat’ Stack Up to the Real Thing?
Confused by the hype over meatless meat? Learn how those high-profile burgers from Beyond and Impossible stack up against real beef, nutritionally and environmentally.
What Is Organic Wine?
Organic wine meets similar certifications to other USDA-certified organic products, but take a deep drink of labeling practices to learn about what that means for sulfites and sustainability.
Why Do We Crave Sugar and Fat?
Craving carbs and fat is completely natural, but that doesn’t mean you have to give in. Find out which strategies can help you overcome your genetically programmed attraction to these high-calorie foods.
Should I Care About The Breed of Meat that I Buy?
Is all meat created equal? You might be surprised to find out that there are big differences between beef cattle breeds and types of chicken, as well as unique properties related to what these animals are fed. So, what type of meat is best for you? Read on to find out more.
How to Tell If the Eggs You’re Buying Are Superfoods
Not all eggs are created equal. The healthiest eggs come from an optimal mix of breed, environment, feed and egg collection process. Read about how these factors impact whether you have the healthiest eggs on your plate.
What You Need to Know About the Different Types of Fats
From the difference between saturated and unsaturated to why you should work to reduce trans fats in your diet, here’s everything you need to know about fat.
The Key Difference Between GMO and Hybrid Foods
Can organic food be GMO? What’s the difference between hybrid plants and GMO plants? Learn the differences, find out which GMO crops are actually common in the US, and how to avoid them at the supermarket.
How Do 5 Alternative Milks Stack Up to Dairy Milk?
Comparing almond milk vs milk and other dairy alternatives can feel overwhelming. Here, we compare the nutritional value of dairy milk to 5 popular alternatives. Read below for our take on comparing milks.
What's The Difference Between Heritage, Organic and Free-Range Turkey?
With Thanksgiving and Christmas around the corner, now is the time to consider if an organic turkey, free-range turkey or heritage bird will be the best choice for your holiday food plan.
What You Need to Know About the Humanely Raised Label
The humanely raised label is showing up on more meat products, but what does it really mean? We'll break it all down for you and explain the popular label.
#AskMe: Can you give me inexpensive dish ideas for a party?
We’ve all struggled with how to put on an unforgettable birthday party without going into debt. Karla wrote to #askme: Hi beautiful! I love how you inspire us to become stronger moms. I have a big question. I need to cater food for my daughter’s 15th birthday party but have a tight budget. Would you suggest I cook instead? What can be yummy, inexpensive, and elegant?
#AskMe: Are Organic Potato Chips Worth It?
When it comes to potato chips, the question I get most often is, "Are you going to eat those?" and the answer is always a resounding "Yes." I found this rare beauty in my DMs from a follower who would prefer to remain anonymous. She asks:"Will you help settle an argument between my husband and me? He says organic potato chips are a waste of money. I think he is dead wrong." This answer isn't black and white.
An Expert Breaks Down the Science Behind Modern Diets
An expert breaks down the science behind modern diets to help you distinguish between keto vs. low-carb and paleo vs. Whole 30.
Five Things to Know When Choosing a Fish Oil Supplement
Consistently ranked among the top three most-popular supplements, the benefits of pure and liquid fish oil are well-known. But how can you make your fish oil is high quality?
What Is Nutrition and How Does It Relate to Calories - Using Nutrition to Demystify Calories
Learn how calories are measured and how they relate to overall nutrition so you can develop your own personalized approach to healthy eating.
Too Much of a Good Thing: Balancing Cholesterol and Sodium in Your Diet
Our bodies need nutrients each day to thrive, but two nutrients our body cannot function without — sodium and cholesterol — are linked to high blood pressure and cardiovascular disease/stroke when consumed in excessive amounts. Here’s how to balance them.
How to Buy the Best Shrimp Every Time
Shrimp is a perfect protein for a quick and easy weeknight meal. Make sure you use my Top 5 tips for total Shrimp Perfection!
Is your honey the real thing?
Did you know that honey bears can be total posers? Much of the honey on the market today, doesn't qualify as the real thing.
Has the flour in your pantry been recalled for E. Coli?
Before you bake off your homemade goodies, check the bag of flour you’re working with. It might be part of a nationwide recall for the potential presence of E. Coli.
How To Pick A Perfect Mango
Mango season is upon us! The humble mango is the #1 most consumed fruit on the planet. It is also on the Clean Fifteen list, which means its thick skin protects its flesh from pesticide residues, so you don’t have to buy organic. You don’t necessarily have to buy fresh either.
How To Zest A Lemon
A little zest can transform a dish. It gives your palate a little kiss at the end. Oh hi there lemon, welcome to the party. You can add it to burgers, whipped creams, coffee, salads you name it.
Are Your Eggs Fresh?
How long have your eggs been hanging tough in the fridge? Want to know if they’re still fresh, even if the ”use by” has come and gone?
EFQS: The Secret to Reading Labels for Healthy Eating
Knowing how to read food labels for healthy eating is a vital skill, but the facts you need to make an informed decision aren’t always provided. Learn how the Everything Food Quality Score fills in the blanks.
Why Are Food Research Topics So Difficult to Discuss?
Food is necessary to sustain life, so why is there so much conflicting information on food research topics? Find out if you can trust all food research and how to detect which studies are reliable.
How to Store Raw Chicken
You can’t store raw chicken in your fridge all willy-nilly. The possibility of cross-contamination is sky high.
How to Know Your Eggs Are Cage-Free vs Free-Range
When shopping for poultry, you might feel good buying birds with terms like “cage-free” or “free-range” on the label, but what do these terms really mean?
Choosing Between Farm-Raised and Wild-Caught Fish
Most of the plants we eat are farmed, and most of the meats we eat are farmed, so it’s not surprising that fish farms are on the rise as well. This raises a lot of questions for anyone trying to eat healthy, natural and sustainable foods.
Everything You Need to Know About Artificial Ingredients
Artificial ingredients show up in all sorts of food. Understand exactly what these ingredients are so you can decide whether to purchase items containing them.
5 Common Grocery Store Meats & How They’re Produced
Modern farming has transformed how different types of meat are produced. Click through to find out how your favorite meats reach the stores.
Everything You Need to Know About Food Fortification
Whether or not food fortification can alleviate nutrient deficiencies is a hot topic. But what does food fortification really mean? Are fortified foods helpful? Discover the answers to these important questions and more.
12 Grading Attributes for Animal Meat
Various factors influence the character and quality of animals and their meat. Discover the 12 key animal attributes that affect how natural each source is.
10 Key Attributes of Plants We Eat
Various factors influence the character and quality of the plants we eat. Discover the 10 key attributes that affect how natural each source is.
Is It a Sweet Tooth (or Sugar Addiction)?
Your sugar addiction isn’t a personal failing. It’s hardwired into your genes by evolutionary biology. Cut your consumption of sugar by making intelligent choices about the foods you eat and learning how they’re made.
12 Grading Attributes for Food
Food labeling can be confusing and even misleading when it comes to the history and origins of the product. Use our food grading system and 12 food Attributes to identify the best options for you and your family.
The Difference Between Natural and Organic Food
Food labeling makes everything sound good, so how do you know what natural food is, or the difference between natural and organic food? Learn the differences by educating yourself about labeling standards and what they mean.
Identifying Hidden Ingredients in Food
Did you know that there are hidden ingredients in food? Learn what they are and how to spot them on food labels, inclduing hidden gluten ingredients.
Here’s How to Know Your Food is Organic
Did you know organic foods are grown or produced without chemical pesticides, chemicals, and fertilizers? Learn more on what it means for your food to be organic.
What Does Grass-Fed Really Mean?
Always question the label. The meat and dairy labeled “grass-fed” may not be coming from a grass-fed source. Find out what the regulations say about the real meaning of grass-fed.
What You Need to Know About GMO Foods
GMO ingredients seem like ones to avoid in your food supply. Before you avoid GMOs categorically, know what GMO stands for and review a complete GMO food list.
6 Common Types of Additives in Food | Everything Food
Modern food production relies heavily on artificial and synthetic food additives. Find out what you should be looking for on the label, and why you might want to avoid additives.
The Difference Between Pasture-Raised vs Grass-Fed vs Organic
Reading food labels isn't so hard once you understand the facts. Check out how "grass-fed," "organic" and "pasture-raised" really compare and which is the best choice for your health.
5 Rules of Thumb for Healthy Food Shopping
Shopping for healthy foods has become increasingly complex. There are hundreds of thousands of products available. Each product category like ketchup may have 20 choices at your average grocery store. It is almost impossible to research each product in each category.
How We Decide Which Food Product Is Best for Us?
If you take almost any food category there are numerous manufacturers of that product. Some of these are household names while others are less known or even brand-new. With so much variety in each category it is sometimes overwhelming to figure out which product to go with. What are the strategies that we use to decide which product is best in each category?
What Motivates Us to Change our Eating Habits?
What are the reasons behind someone’s motivation to change their diet? Change is always difficult. It is hard to make a radical change especially in one’s eating habits. It usually takes a compelling reason or event to make us serious about changing our diet.
Artisanal Food versus Industrial Food
Our food used to be simple. We think of Mom or Grand mom working in the kitchen to make us meals. They used to make things from scratch. Then as the whole world has become short on time and always in a hurry, we didn’t have time to make things from scratch.
How Our Food Is Made - Quality vs. Quantity
In a small kitchen or small-scale producer, their equipment is used intermittently. They are not trying to keep the equipment running all the time like the large-scale producer must. The goal of the small producer is more quality oriented while the large-scale producer is more quantity oriented.
How Our Food Is Made - Large-Batch vs. Small-Batch
How is our food made? We think of food being made by our Mom or in our kitchen. Maybe we think of a local restaurant and food being made in their kitchen. When we think of how food is made, we think of it being done for a few people or maybe a small group. We don’t typically think of making food for 100,000 or 1,000,000 people.
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