Rich in healthy fats, fiber and protein, these nuts are made for more than snacking. Use slivered almonds as a topping for oatmeal.
“Some people put apple cider vinegar in water and sip it throughout the day, but I hate the taste of it so I put it in a shot glass and throw it back.
With more potassium than a banana, avocados are rich in heart-and-waistline healthy monounsaturated fats as well as hunger-suppressing fiber.
Packed with fiber, beans do much more than help to keep you regular. They may also help to regulate blood sugar, improve cholesterol and bolster overall gut health.
Try cooking blueberries with a touch of maple syrup and pouring over pancakes or waffles.
Black pepper houses powerful pro-health effects. In addition to being both an antioxidant and an antibacterial, black pepper helps with weight loss.
Loaded with antioxidants, broccoli is a true powerhouse food. And if you think you hate broccoli, these recipes will change your mind.
It can help lower blood sugar and reduce inflammation. Plus, it's a great way to flavor your coffee without adding sugar.
For every scoop of ground coffee add ¼ teaspoon of either ground cinnamon, cardamom, or turmeric to the filter.
This wonder spice appears in many curry blends, and it takes center stage in kitchari recipes.
World’s Healthiest person Asha Mittal, 65, avoids all sweets but one: chocolate. Learn why it's good for your heart and your waist.
The active ingredient, allicin, may help to keep cholesterol levels low, protect your cells from oxidative damage, and normalize blood pressure and blood sugar.
Ginger may also lower cholesterol, help prevent blood clots, and help control blood sugar in people with type 2 diabetes.
Rich in antioxidants, honey provides a great sugar substitute in smoothies, oatmeal, marinades, or beverages.
Adopting the Mediterranean diet – which features olives, as well as nuts, vegetables, and fish – may be the most protective dietary move you can make
full of fiber and light on calories, popcorn is a great snack option. If you're feeling a bit wild, you can punch up your health benefits by eating pop caulicorn.
Rich in anti-inflammatory fats, salmon makes a great stand alone dish as well as addition to any salad.
Tart cherries contain anti-inflammatory compounds that boost your brain health, ease stress, and help you fall asleep faster.
Murray Grossan hasn’t had a cold in 10 years – and he attributes that long wellness run, in part, to the yogurt he eats daily.