- February 1st, 2010
Fad diets come and go as assuredly as the seasons. But when a nutritional approach persists for more than several years, chances are it has dietary merit—or, at the very least, warrants a little investigating.
Designed just for youBy Khyber Oser
- September 1st, 2009
Summer grilling season may be in full swing, but before you throw another burger or dog on the grill, now read this: According to the American Institute for Cancer Research’s Guidelines for Cancer Prevention, once you tip over the recommended max of 18 ounces of lean red meat per week, each additional 1.5 ounces increases your cancer risk by 15 percent.By Bryce Edmonds
- October 1st, 2008
After decades of suffering from lactose intolerance and sensitivity to basically anything with taste, I decided to change my diet. But my fledgling gastronomic experience as a vegan did nothing to prepare me for my first raw-food meal. After all, it's not terribly hard to be a vegan—or just a vegetarian—the challenge lies in being a healthy one.One women's newfound love for living foodsBy Vicki Confrey
- January 1st, 2005Must-have foods for your pantry, fridge, and freezer—and how to use them.By Meghan Rabbitt