Health and nutrition news that’s easy to digest
Recent study of home-made chicken soup investigates this winter cold home remedy. Enjoying a steaming bowl of chicken soup can make a medical difference in the severity of the common cold!
According to ABC News, 44 percent of Americans report that they take supplements daily, but many of them are unaware of what nutritional benefits they are getting from these vitamins.
A study recently published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal found that eating soy products could decrease the recurrence of breast cancer.
The federal government, as well as many state and local governments, are considering instituting a junk food tax on foods high in saturated fat and sugary drinks.
A recent study reports that people who substitute whole grains for refined grains in their diet reduce body fat that is linked to cardiovascular disease and diabetes. There are many easy ways to replace refined grains with whole grains in your favorite recipes.
It may be time to view home recipe preparation in a new light. Increasing evidence is supporting the idea that by sacrificing the convenience of prepared foods you can lose weight, live a longer and healthier life.
Health conscious Americans are driving the explosive growth of whole-grain pasta, increasingly found in a variety of forms on grocery shelves.