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As much as we may love all-you-can-eat buffets, this ancient tradition values quality over quantity and with good reason: Modifying how you experience food may improve overall health and wellbeing.
Adding these delicious ingredients to your meals may help alleviate your sneezing, wheezing, and itchy, watery eyes.
This ancient Ayurveda practice has multiple benefits, including enhancing your tastebuds and optimizing the health of your mouth and your body.
Add these delicious foods to your diet and keep your brain sharper for longer.
The latest and greatest in weight loss research is in, and scientists agree that these five simple and tasty habits can help you look and feel your best this year.
Want to start 2017 with a clean slate? Clean your plate―and your liver while you're at it. Follow this simple five-day meal plan to help prepare your body for its healthiest year yet.
Learn about how your brain, your gut, and its microbiota work together to impact your emotional balance, moods, and behaviors.
Explore if your attitude towards and behaviors with food are physically and emotionally depleting, and learn what you can do to build more a nourishing approach to eating.
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Forget what you've heard about non-dairy cheeses. A new breed of artisanal nut cheeses provides super creamy, tasty options to satisfy plant and meat eaters alike.
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