Enjoy the taste and health benefits of cherries!
Crispy Green Crispy Fruit are made from 100-percent freeze-dried fruit with no additives or preservatives and are full of delicious fresh fruit taste. FruitziO snacks combine the wholesomeness of fresh fruit with a pinch of cane sugar.
Giving fruit as a reward for potty training was successful with my niece and healthier than candy, even the natural kind.
Here’s a list of what foods are in season this spring. You should be able to find the best deals on these items at grocery stores and farmers’ markets this time of year.
Mark Bittman offers solutions for leading a healthier life, starting with what we eat.
Make some iced tea with herbs from your own garden.
Red apples, orange carrots, green kale, purple eggplant—eating colorful foods is good for little growing bodies! A great way to get kids excited & interested in fruits and vegetables is to talk about it's connection to color!
Serve seasonal fruit kebabs with a delicious, homemade raspberry fruit dip!
Can’t afford to buy all organic produce? You don’t have to! Knowing which fruits and vegetables have the highest and lowest pesticide residue will decrease your exposure to toxic chemicals and save you money at the grocery store.
Try this Green Smoothie recipe for a yummy, energizing drink packed with vitamins, minerals, antioxidants and phytonutrients.
The dried fruit and almonds included in Sun-Maid’s Autumn Apple Pie recipe adds a new fiber- and antioxidant-rich twist on this traditional treat.
Pumpkin spice lattes usually signifies the end of summer. Learn how to make this delicious seasonal brew.
Learn more about the peanut butter fruit that could be a part of your fruit garden.
There's a new graphic in town ready to help you with your dietary needs and help you craft each healthy and delicious meal you put on your plate.
Try these easy and delicious fresh mint-infused recipes for chutney, cucumber salad and fruit dip.
Delicious recipe with blueberries and cantaloupe
Guest blogger KyLynn Hull finally discovers the beauty of smoothies—and shares four recipes for homemade concoctions!
The Therapeutic Lifestyle Change program offers a natural treatment plan for depression based on basic biological needs.
Nothing is more refreshing on a hot summer day than chilled soup. These recipes fill you up while cooling you down.
Gather herbs for crafting herbal remedies with our expert help. We share basic guidelines for determining the appropriate time of year to harvest each part of a plant and teach you how to harvest herbs from gardens.
Munching on three bananas per day, or any potassium-rich food, could slash your risk of stroke.
Give yourself a little extra reason to treasure your time in the garden by perusing the gardening articles from our March/April 2013 issue. We teach you how to have your earliest spring garden, give you tips on reducing your gardening resources, show you an unexpected source of nutrition, and much more!
This smooth dessert recipe is brightly sweet and refreshing, a perfect break from the heat of the day. Try it with fresh mint or lavender and a hint of cinnamon.
This smoothie recipe, courtesy of Driscoll's, is perfect as a quick breakfast, a post-workout snack or a healthy summertime treat.
On the lookout for healthy snack food options, I discovered this quick and easy recipe.
As world food prices hit a record high, follow these tips for reducing your grocery bill while still eating well.
The depths of winter are officially here, but with a few slight behavior modifications, you can beat the winter blues.
Rid your home of pesky fruit flies with this simple, nontoxic, homemade fruit fly trap.
Exercise can boost mental health and help relieve depression as part of the Therapeutic Lifestyle Change’s natural approach to treating depression.
In an effort to help prevent childhood obesity, several health centers in the Northeast are offering low-income families fresh produce vouchers to local farmers’ markets.
Allergists are seeing the causes of hay fever are already arriving in the midst of a mild winter.
We're still frosting in Kansas but the herbs have gone on sale, and I'm happy to report that even though times are tough I'm keeping our nurseries in business. Chocolate mint, pineapple sage and lemon thyme are just a few of the herbs I've added so far this spring.
Learn how to cope with Seasonal Affective Disorder using aromatherapy.
Warm up winter with a vegetarian tofu curry.
Dehydrated foods are high in nutrients and easy to transport and store, but buying them at the store can be costly. Investing in a food dehydrator can save you money, allowing you to make your own beef jerky, dried fruits and fruit leather at home.
Instead of eating it all now, learn how to pickle asparagus with this easy Spicy Pickled Asparagus recipe and save some for later in the season! Your future self will thank you.
October marks the beginning of pomegranate season. Dig in and enjoy the health benefits of this superfruit.
Medication isn't your only option for allergy relief. Give these at-home remedies a try.
We aren't the only ones who suffer from seasonal allergies. Try a few of these methods to get your pets back to their energetic, playful selves.
Instead of buying your friends gifts for the holidays this year, save money and lighten your impact on the planet by making homemade gifts. These ideas will get you started.
Stopping rumination, or dwelling on negative thoughts, can help relieve depression. Find alternative ways to fill your time—and stay happier!
Seeking out social support, whether from friends and family, a support group or talk therapy, can help overcome depression as part of a natural treatment plan.
Sleep deprivation and depression go hand-in-hand. Improve your overall health and find relief from depression by maintaining a consistent sleep schedule.
If you find yourself suffering from seasonal depression as the weather gets cooler, try these herbal remedies for depression as treatment for seasonal affective disorder.
Little gnatty flies smothering your prized houseplants? Learn what they are and how to eradicate them, once and for all.
Discover 10 natural remedies for allergies from author Michelle Schoffro Cook to make the spring allergy season more tolerable.
Eating a proper diet will help your body get rid of excess estrogen, the culprit behind PMS symptoms. Prevent cramps, bloating, fatigue and mood swings by incorporating these five foods into your diet.
Treat seasonal depression with bright light therapy, one tenant of the Therpeutic Lifestyle Change's program.
High blood pressure can lead to serious health complications. Reduce your risk for hypertension by incorporating these eight steps into a healthy lifestyle.