Nutrition couldn't be more important in today's society as our collective waistline continues to expand. Learn the secrets to cooking healthy and knowing how to make good-tasting food without all the fat and cholesterol.
With some time and a little grit, you can grow a surprising amount of your own fruits and veggies. Even if you don't have room in your backyard for an orchard or farm, there's at least one food on this list you can harvest.
With so much curiosity about organic, natural and environmentally friendly practices, it's easy to see why there's growing interest in raw milk. And while it may sound appealing, it could actually kill you.
What's the opposite of fast food? Slow food -- food that's been prepared from locally grown ingredients and reflects a certain culture and its history. It's the kind of food you savor, not scarf down on the way to your kid's soccer game.
Who would have ever imagined that the best way to get kids to eat their vegetables would be to make them grow their own -- at school? It turns out that a trowel, some seeds and a little soil are great tools for budding veggie lovers.