Foods

6 Surprising Stress Fighting Foods

When your stress levels spike throughout the week, where do you turn for relief? You might be surprised to know there are a number of naturally healthy foods that combat stress and the stress hormone cortisol. A calming chamomile or green tea is an obvious choice—and you’ll be happy to know that...

The Curry Spice That's Shaking up the Drug Industry

Your favorite Indian or Thai curry is feeding much more than your stomach—it’s also feeding your brain, heart, lungs and all your other vital organs. Scientists say turmeric, the primary spice in curry, which can be found online or at most grocery stores, has been shown to have positive effects...

The Dirty Secrets of Your Favorite Fall Foods

New Study Shows Your Brain on Fructose

What’s Your "Food Face"?

Healthy Diet Lessons From the Victorian Era

Decoding Deli Meat Labels

When you hit the market for some sliced meat, there’s a mind-boggling variety—fat-free, low-sodium, organic, nitrate-free—not to mention all the types of ham, roast beef, chicken, turkey and more. So how do you pick the best option? And is the best option even healthy? According to Elisa Zied,...

Processed Meats Are Officially Deemed Carcinogenic by WHO

10 Spooky Halloween Snacks That Won't Scare Your Nutritionist

From one night of trick-or-treating, the average child collects 3,500 to 7,000 calories’ worth of candy on Halloween, according to Donna Arnett, MD, chair of the Department of Epidemiology at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health. She estimates it would take a 100-pound...

Why You Should Eat Crickets

What if we told you crickets are the new sushi? In the 1970s, eating sushi was an odd and foreign concept to most people, but now it’s a widespread gastronomic practice across the country. After talking to two enthusiastic cricket eaters, it seems like these chirpy critters might be heading down...

Study Shows We’re Giving Fat a Chance

10 Healthy Recipes Inspired by Fall Farmers Market Produce

With autumn fast approaching, farmers markets are beginning to fill up with beloved fall produce like apples, pumpkin, butternut squash and figs. LivingHealthy’s top 10 nutritious, guilt-free fall recipes are inspired by the freshest fruits and veggies of the season, including comforting dishes...

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