Food & Nutrition

Everyone can use some healthy eating tips these days—when we’re bombarded with low-fat this, and sugar-free that, it can be difficult to know exactly what to put on our plates. We’ll continue to post recipes, eating suggestions and other healthy food tips that we think will help clarify the oft-confusing world of dieting, food fads and research that tells us one day that coffee is good for us and the next day it’s not. From research studies about the latest superfoods to recommendations from our nutritionists, Project Wellness offers practical eating healthy tips for even the most confused consumer.

Manuka Honey: Nature’s Antibiotic

September 21, 2011
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Manuka Honey: Nature’s Antibiotic

All of the sudden everyone’s talking about Manuka honey–or “nature’s antibiotic.” It’s not just a good-for-you way to sweeten tea, it’s also great for boosting digestive health or even dressing a wound for faster healing. We learned awhile ago that the manuka bush, native to Australia and New Zealand, is a close relative of...

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Superfruit: The Health Benefits of Lemon

September 5, 2011
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Superfruit: The Health Benefits of Lemon

Want an easy superfood to incorporate into your diet? Here are a few fabulous ways lemons can be a wonderful overall health aid. Lemons have been used for centuries for their therapeutic benefits, and have even been used as a “cure” for a number of ailments. Lemon not only helps fight infection, but is...

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“Meatless Monday” in Full Swing to Promote Health and Wellness

“Meatless Monday” in Full Swing to Promote Health and Wellness

Back in June, we wrote about something called “Meatless Monday,” a new movement gaining popularity. In an effort to bring awareness to over-consuming animal products (45% more than the USDA recommends), people are going meatless once a week hoping to reduce the risk of preventable conditions such as cancer, heart disease, diabetes, and obesity....

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Looking for a Natural Acne Remedy? Try a Green Smoothie

Looking for a Natural Acne Remedy? Try a Green Smoothie

If you or someone you love has struggled with acne, you know how frustrating this skin condition can be. What’s more, some of the prescription medications prescribed to treat acne come with dangerous side effects. Remember Accutane? Introduced in the early 1980s and pulled from the market in 2009, Accutane, a then highly-popular medication...

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Have you heard about Meatless Monday?

Have you heard about Meatless Monday?

A new movement is gaining momentum around the world: It’s called Meatless Monday, and the goal is to bring awareness to our tendency to overconsume animal products. Ultimately, it serves as a way to improve our health and lessen our impact on the environment. According to the campaign: “On average, Americans consume 8 ounces...

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Turmeric and brain health? Keep eating that curry

Turmeric and brain health? Keep eating that curry

In doing some research for an upcoming article on men’s health, we found a study that shows a strong connection between curcumin, or turmeric, and a reduced risk for Alzheimer’s. We’ve known that turmeric has anti-inflammatory properties, but we didn’t know that it could also reduce inflammation in the brain, thought to be a...

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Dr. Low Dog’s Ashwagandha Tonic Tea

Dr. Low Dog’s Ashwagandha Tonic Tea

If you missed Dr. Low Dog’s webinar on Menopause Solutions yesterday, you missed this soothing recipe that’s great for a variety of symptoms of menopause, or just to help you sleep better. Ashwagandha is an adaptogenic herb, which Dr. Low Dog says is relaxing, can help with night sweats, mental fog, aches and pains,...

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Green up your St. Patrick’s Day with Chloroxygen!

Green up your St. Patrick’s Day with Chloroxygen!

Need an all-natural way to dye those cookies (or beer!) green? Just add a few drops of Chloroxygen by Herbs, Etc. It’s full of chlorophyll to boost the oxygen intake in your blood–and it acts as a safe green dye for your St. Patrick’s Day goodies. Just add a few drops to whatever you’re...

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Start planning your healthy Valentine’s Day dinner

You—and your heart—will these healthy twists on romantic dishes. Click here for a complete menu for Valentine’s Day, including Forest Mushroom Pate and Honey Balsamic Salmon with Creamy Spinach Saute. In the meantime, here’s one for our favorite part—dessert! Silky Chocolate Fondue Nothing says, “I love you” like double chocolate fondue, especially when it’s...

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Cook Up a Valentine’s Day Dinner with Heart

Cook Up a Valentine’s Day Dinner with Heart

You—and your heart—will enjoy a healthier twist on these romantic dishes. Silky Chocolate Fondue Nothing says, “I love you” like double chocolate fondue, especially when it’s made with dark chocolate, known to contain beneficial antioxidants. Dip and swirl your way to your loved one’s heart with fresh berries, bananas and sweet fat-free angel food...

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