Holy basil (also known as tulsi) is an important and oft-sacred ingredient used in Eastern medicinal systems. A registered dietitian explains more about the potential benefits of this herb.
They sound similar, but these essential minerals perform different roles in your body. Our registered dietitian explains.
Healthy chili? Yes! Get expert tips for building a better bowl, from your base to your fixings.
Spearmint tea contains both flavonoids and rosmarinic acid. Learn how these antioxidants can positively impact your health.
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Carbs get a bad rap. But if you choose your carbs smartly (more whole grains, less baked goods), you may see some positive benefits like weight loss. Learn more about how a high-carb diet can help you reach your health and wellness goals.
Does chocolate start calling your name around 2 p.m.? Discover why you may be craving sweets and how to listen better to your body’s cues.
Coffee first thing in the morning can make you feel more wired, while coffee at night may affect your slumber. So, when’s the best time to have that cup of joe?
A registered dietitian explains what nitrates and nitrites are, including which foods they’re found in and how they affect your health, both for good and for bad.
Thanksgiving, or anytime you feel like it, serve this healthy, low-fat dish with fewer than 200 calories per serving.
As many as 9 in 10 coffee drinkers start their days with a steamy cup of joe, often before taking a bite of breakfast. Could that hot brew on an empty stomach be bad for your health? Our registered dietitian reveals the truth.