When my beloved kitty was caught limping severely on New Year’s eve, we turned to silver. Within days the swelling had gone down and his appetite had returned. Find out what else silver can do you for your pet.
From shopping at farmers markets to reusing shopping bags, choosing more sustainable options for purchasing and preparing foods will help both your health and the environment.
With the mainstream media and food pyramid, it’s easy to see why so many of us are confused about what’s actually healthy.
The worst of Fukushima’s impact on the west coast is yet to come. Is the wave of radiation worth worrying about?
Why on earth would companies spend time and money artificially dying our salmon pink?
Here’s a helpful guide for anyone looking to make smart decisions about seafood.
The latest research shows this seafood favorite may be wildly contaminated. Don’t eat it unless it comes from these locations…
Hot dogs and many deli meats often contain a carcinogenic preservative that you should know about.
Of all the bad food choices out there, this deep-fried mess stands out as the most dangerous.
Feeling a little lazy in the kitchen? Throw together this salmon entree with only three ingredients!
Climate change-fueled storms, drought and flooding will slow the growth of food production worldwide over the next decade, according to a new report.
Experts believe your food affects your sex drive. Looking for the right edibles and actions to enhance connection and sexual vitality? Maybe you should look to a husband-and-wife team who combine cooking with counseling.
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