Can Cheese Be Good For You?

Are you cheesy for cheese? Most Americans have a special relationship with this delicious, melt-in-your-mouth goodness. From mozzarella pizza to creamy queso, and even the rise in popularity of cheese charcuterie boards – pretty much everyone can agree that cheese is one of the most delicious foods on the planet.

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What is the Diet-Heart Hypothesis?

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) continues to have a massive impact in the US. Just take a look at a few of these statistics from Chris Kresser: Cardiovascular disease affects 65 million Americans.

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Gut Essentials: Fermented Foods and their Health Benefits

Fermented foods have been in the spotlight recently and for a good reason. Not only are these superfoods packed with beneficial bacteria, but they add a flavorful punch to any plate.

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How Does Vitamin D Work?

Often referred to as the “sunshine vitamin”, Vitamin D seeps into your skin through sunlight, food and supplements, strengthening your bones and improving your skin.

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How to Grow Your Own Garlic

Intense in flavor and easy-to-grow, garlic is considered the “stinking rose” of the culinary world. Garlic has a multitude of uses, from insect repellent and home remedies, to adding flavor to dishes.

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16 Cruciferous Green Veggies

Move over tomatoes, spinach, and carrots. Make room for the super veggies – aka cruciferous vegetables. These low-calorie, nutrient-packed veggies have more health benefits than you could imagine.

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Animal Protein vs Plant Protein: Are They the Same?

There’s a lot of talk these days about plant-based diets, with some questioning the merits of eating animal protein at all.

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8 Springtime Fruits & Veggies to Try – Spring into Seasonal Eating

Spring is upon us, and I don’t know about you, but I am excited for sunnier days and warmer temperatures over the next few months.

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Our Top 12 Anti-Inflammatory Foods

Mild inflammation is a natural part of life. No, we know, it sounds odd, but trust us on this—inflammation has an evolutionary purpose.

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