Red onions cut

Onions – From Old Wives’ Tales to Rock Star Status

Onions: people love ‘em or hate ‘em. Or maybe they just hate the tears they cause while being chopped in the kitchen, and hate the bad breath that sometimes lingers for hours after eating them. Onions certainly seem to give us reasons not to consume…

Pancakes with butter

Fat, The Sixth Taste?

Any good chef will tell you that fat makes food taste better. A plain baked potato is nothing compared to one with a pat of butter and a dollop of sour cream. And let’s face it: a bowl of unadorned pasta isn’t all that appetizing until you add some…

Brussels Sprouts

Brussels Sprouts – Tiny Cabbages of Goodness

In recent generations, Brussels sprouts seem to have lost their splendor as a culinary delight; more often evoking memories of the past, rather than notions of health and nutrition. However, these unappealing miniature cabbages are making a comeback…

Cauliflower

Cauliflower – Humble, Yet Wonderful

If cauliflower wasn’t so ‘unflashy’ with its dull, white hue, it would be the redheaded stepchild of the edible plant world. More boldly colored vegetables and fruits proudly display their beneficial compounds: anthocyanins in blueberries,…

Blueberries

No More Blues with Blueberries

For centuries, wild blueberries have grown abundantly throughout the northern climates of North America -particularly in Maine, Atlantic Canada and Quebec. They can be spotted while trekking through the woods, where people can snatch them right off…

Woman sleeping

Inositol and Sleep

To many patients, adequate sleep might often be a low item on the priority list until the years of insufficient sleep and/or low quality sleep stack up, producing chronic fatigue, a weakened immunity and compromised health. Many fail to understand…

Christmas gift

The Gift of Frankincense

Frankincense, also known as olibanum, is often referred to as the “king of oils” and its very name means “high quality incense.” Historically, it was deemed an exquisite gift, and is most often referenced when the biblical magi of the east offered…

Black Cumin

Black Cumin: Tiny Seed, Big Potential

The kitchen spice rack sometimes proves as powerful as the bathroom medicine chest. From turmeric and ginger’s ability to modulate a healthy inflammatory response, to the antioxidant effects of rosemary and oregano, it’s a win-win when herbs and…

Pills

Do Statin Drugs Increase Risk for Type 2 Diabetes?

Did you hear the one about statin drugs and an increased risk for diabetes? No, we’re not talking about a joke; we’re talking about a study that came out not long ago, which indicated an association between statin drugs (used to reduce cholesterol…

Halloween

Eating Insects

And Now, for Something Really Scary… In the spirit of the Halloween season, read on (if you dare)! Skeletons, witches, and haunted houses. Goblins, ghosts, and ghouls.   From the creepy-crawly to the slimy and slithery, Halloween is filled with…

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