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The papaya is large, sweet, and orange on the inside. You can eat it fresh, frozen, and baked. And it’s chock full of nutrients and vitamin C, fights off free radicals, and helps digestion. Learn how to buy the perfect one and take advantage of the benefits of eating papaya!Read More
If summer is the time for superheroes, why not also make it the time for superfoods? Enter acai berries! Small and purple, these sweet berries are rich in antioxidants in addition to many other plusses.Read More
If you like garlic, you are in luck—there are six more reasons to not just like it, but to love it. Garlic doesn’t just smell good and taste delicious, it can lower blood pressure, protect against cancer, and more!Read More
Even if your day starts with coming off a good night’s sleep, engaging in a strong workout, and savoring your morning coffee, you still might be faltering come afternoon. Some food might help perk you up!Read More
Kefir is a fermented, probiotic-rich food—similar to yogurt—that can help to support bone and skin health, and more. Learn about its benefits, enjoy some kefir-inclusive recipes, and even make your own!Read More
Eating foods high in fiber is a good thing for your digestive health. That may sound unpleasant in the abstract, but there are simple—and tasty—ways of incorporating fiber into your daily diet.Read More
If you follow a plant-based or vegan diet, you may sometimes feel out of luck food-wise at the fourth of July. This year, create vegan recipes that will steal the show from any burger or hot dog.Read More
When it comes to cooking vegetables such as mushrooms, they are all unique—some you can enjoy raw, some are better cooked, and some are used in teas and coffee. To get you started with cooking mushrooms, here is a rundown on healthy mushroom types and a couple of recipes to try.Read More
Chia seeds and flaxseeds are both good additions to your diet. Chock full of omega-3s, proteins, and fat, learn how these seeds will benefit you. And enjoy a recipe that features each!Read More

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