Keeping our food fresh helps us to avoid getting sick and saves us money. Food which is not correctly stored can spoil or become contaminated and make you sick. But how do we safely store food?
Getting enough quality sleep at the right times is vital to good health and well-being. Sleep deficiency can negatively affect your physical health, mental health, quality of life, and safety. Making the right food choices is one frequently overlooked practice that can help improve the quality of your sleep.
Did a cold overtake your immunity? Why don’t you have a cup of tea? Thankfully, easy-to-find and affordable herbal teas offer a great natural way to help relieve the symptoms of a cold. Additionally, they can help prevent colds and flu and speed up recovery.
Did you overindulge during the holidays? These healthy tips and simple steps show you how to get back on track: Don’t Feel Guilty Feelings of guilt and the stress associated with the guilt can lead to further slipups and will only delay your weight-loss efforts. The damage is done! Acknowledge it and MOVE on! Get right...
What should we know about salmonellosis, or salmonella as most of us refer to the infection?
Get rid of your old aluminum, copper, or non-stick cookware and carefully replace them with quality non-toxic cookware in which you can cook your food without jeopardizing your and your family’s health and well-being.
The key to a healthy lifestyle is moderation, and this could not be truer than in the use of salad dressings.
Feeling tired and need an energy boost? Why don’t you have a cup of tea?
Here are the main preservatives and additives to watch out for and avoid:
Hidden sugars are called ‘’hidden’’ for a reason and go by many different names – here are 56 different names for added sugars used on food labels that can help you identify hidden sugars in food products: