Healthinista and nutritionist Charlotte Web shares the following unexpected but effective ways to relax when you feel at the breaking point.
Scientists are working on a way to increase the content of beneficial compounds found in broccoli, a superfood, already valuable for its many nutritional properties.
This tasty salad combination in not only palate-pleasing, but may help lower blood pressure levels.
Many commercial salad dressings are made with processed omega-6 oils, like canola, safflower, or corn. This can have a negative impact on your heart health because too much omega-6 fatty acids in your diet can lead to inflammation. For a more heart-healthy option, make your own salad dressing with an olive oil base. Olive...
(Serves 4-6) Kale is a powerhouse vegetable. With its high levels of vitamin A, E, and C it helps to reduce inflammation and support your joints. And, research from Harvard Medical School found that cruciferous and leafy green vegetables, like kale, were shown to slow cognitive decline in women more than any other vegetable...
What exactly make up "mesclun greens" or "spring mix?" We break down the nutrition of 10 common greens to help you choose the healthiest salad greens.
Popular in Indian cuisine, the lemon cucumber is a delicious and versatile member of the cucumber family.
This bright, summery salad combines nutrient-dense spinach, high-protein shrimp and antioxidant-rich peaches and blueberries.
With spring around the corner (ok, it’s not quite February but I’m hopeful), I’ve got flowers on the brain. Flowers make a great addition to planter patios, cut indoor arrangements, in the garden, and in salads. Wait a minute, did you say salads? Dress up your salad Adding edible flowers to salads, soups, or...
This refreshing, minty, salad takes about 10 minutes to throw together. The oranges and broccoli are rich in antioxidants, the shrimp are high in protein and low in fat, and the yogurt has protective bacteria.