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Archive »Natural Nutrition

Surf to Turf

U.S. Farmed Seafood That’s Safe and Sustainable
In places like Michigan and Nebraska, fish ponds are blooming—and making it safe for us to eat farm-raised fish again.
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Archive »Food As Medicine

Manly Foods

Boost Testosterone with the Right Choices
When men eat certain foods from lean meat and nuts to cabbage and strawberries, their bodies naturally produce more male hormone, lowering the odds of infertility and impotence.
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Archive »Eat Local

Veggie Nation Revolution

The food we eat enormously affects our climate, water and soil—and we can have a say in whether our food is produced and distributed in a way that benefits us all.
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Archive »Healthy Recipes

Ancient Grains for Modern Palates

Gluten-Free and Eco-Friendly Grains Gain Favor
No longer lost in the past, ancient grains such as yellow millet, brown quinoa and black rice offer tasty, healthy alternatives.
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Eat Well Briefs

Olive Oil Compound Kills Cancer Cells

Spares Healthy Functioning Cells

High-Fructose Sweetener Aggravates Asthma and Bronchitis

Sugary Drink Causes Respiratory Issues

Mediterranean Diet Sustains More Youthful Brain Sizes

Foods to Support a Healthy Mind

Nice Spice

McCormick Going Non-GMO

Doctor’s Orders

GMO Labeling Endorsed by Physicians

Scientists Urge Ban on Non-Stick Pan Coatings

Cookware Chemicals Extremely Dangerous to Health

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Archive »En Español

Granos antiguos para paladares modernos

Granos libres de gluten y ecoamistosos ganan auge

Súper Sopas

Nuevos giros en las favoritas de antes, sanan, nutren y alivian

Dulcemente vegano

Celebremos las ricuras navideñas que no hay que hornear