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October 17, 2014
A look inside the juice-cleanse trend.
Teresa Godfrey (not her real name) wanted a break.
She’d spent the last few months eating too much and drinking more than usual, and she was feeling the effects of that excess. And she really wanted to lose 5 lb.
To jumpstart her healthy habits and drop some pounds, Godfrey decided to do something drastic. Each day for three days, she would drink six brightly colored… Continue Reading
July 02, 2014
Want to know if your favorite fruits and veggies are packing more nutritional bang for your buck?
You already have a way to tell: your palate. Over 10,000 taste buds in your mouth are each equipped with 100 to 150 taste cells that send messages to your brain about the chemicals in your food as they dissolve in saliva. But can you tell if a food is more nutritious by tasting it?
Using 10 different navel oranges, from organic and… Continue Reading
June 24, 2014
Simple front-of-package nutrition labeling could help combat obesity—but only if the food industry buys in and consumers pay attention.
A burger is a burger is a burger. Except when it’s not.
Stroll through any Marks & Spencer grocery store in Britain, and so long as you aren’t colour blind, you will see that a venison burger has less fat and salt than its made-of-beef counterpart. No need to work out percentages or possess an advanced… Continue Reading
June 04, 2014
Recent research shows a diverse population of intestinal bacteria is essential for good health. In an effort to improve the quantity and diversity of their own personal microbiota, many health-conscious people are exploring the wild and unpredictable world of at-home fermentation.
One hundred fifty years ago, Louis Pasteur figured out how to isolate a microorganism. His discovery led to the germ theory of disease and pasteurization, both of which saved… Continue Reading
Thomas Edison said, “The doctor of the future will give no medicine.” But will the medical school of the future give enough education on fitness and nutrition? Andréa Maria Cecil investigates.
With wine comes honesty. Mike Roizen knew that. So he encouraged imbibing every Wednesday night, when he would meet eight medical students to find out who the good and bad teachers were at SUNY Upstate Medical University’s College of Medicine.
But Roizen got more… Continue Reading
If you’re searching for an alterative breakfast with a kick, let chef Nick Massie show you how to create bacon-wrapped jalapeño poppers.
“It’s essentially a jalapeño popper full of sweet potatoes and shrimp and then wrapped up in bacon,” says Massie, who runs PaleoNick.com. “You can eat ’em hot or cold.
The ingredients are simple: jalapeños, sweet potatoes, shrimp, bacon, mayo and sriracha sauce.
Massie begins by cutting the jalapeños in half… Continue Reading
No time for breakfast? No worries. Nick Massie’s sausage breakfast pizza will satiate your hunger.
“This one’s really good for early-morning class or if you just have to get to work and you don’t have time to get up and make breakfast,” says Massie, a chef and CrossFit athlete who runs PaleoNick.com.
“We’ll make this ahead of time, slice it into slices like a pizza, wrap and freeze it, have your breakfast ready for ya.”
You’ll need Italian… Continue Reading
Chef Nick Massie shows you how easy it is to whip up your own homemade mayonnaise for an accent to your dishes.
“It’s super quick, healthy. It adds moisture, flavor and fat to your diet,” says Massie, who runs PaleoNick.com.
The ingredients list is short: eggs, mustard, lemon, olive oil, salt and pepper—all thrown into a food processor.
“You don’t have to do it in the food processor, but it’s the best way—most efficient,” Massie… Continue Reading