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.
If you can get over the blobby skin of bacteria on top of it, many people say that kombucha does the body good. Does home-brewed versus store-bought make a difference?
An alabaster smile is only a strawberry and some baking soda away. Learn more about whiten teeth with strawberries.
Gum belongs in your mouth and in the landfill, nowhere else. Learn more about throwing your chewing gum in the trash.
Cleanse your body before a season of overindulgence. Learn more about kichari.
The LA Times documented a recent rally which occurred outside of a Chicago grocery store. But the protesters, adorned in hazmat suits with anti-GMO signs weren't outside of your average grocery store; they were outside of Whole Foods.
We've all seen examples or heard stories about Grandma's cast iron cookware that's been in regular use since the Eisenhower administration or before. Learn more about cooking with cast iron instead of nonstick.
Dust off the Slow Cooker for Ayurvedic Kitchari. Keep reading to learn how to make Ayurvedic Kitchari.
Flavored vodkas have become all the rage in the past few years. Vanilla, blueberry, raspberry—you name it, it's everywhere. Learn more about making your own infused.
There are many food items that people regularly buy that they could make at home; healthier, cheaper, and tastier.
For anyone going vegan, one of the toughest things to give up can be cheese. It's a double challenge of not only giving up some really tasty and common cheese options, it also means having to experiment with finding cheese-like alternatives, many of which don't even come close to being a suitable replacement.
Spices can make all the difference in the world when you're attempting to come up with innovative nightly eats. Eating in is easier on your waistline, the planet, and your wallet.
Keeping your teeth white takes more than just regular brushing and flossing. You should also watch what you eat and drink. Which foods can do the most damage?
In order for people of yesteryear not to offend friends and family with bad breath, they had to get creative with cleaning their teeth. See how they did it.
You might owe your mother an apology. As it turns out, she wasn't forcing you to eat veggies just for the fun of it. In fact, vegetables are key to developing a healthy smile!
We all know that sugary desserts are terrible for your teeth, but what's a good alternative? Cheese, please!
Yes, green tea is delicious, but it also has multiple remarkable benefits for your mouth.
How much do you really know about kiwis? Yes, they're green and delicious, but are you aware of the plethora of health benefits these tasty fruits offer?
Are you going to end this meal with a hug -- or perhaps a kiss? If so, you'll need a superhero to fight that villain in your mouth: Bacteria. Do parsley and mint fit the bill?
Before toothbrushes, people had to get creative about cleaning their teeth, so they turned to nature.
Taking good care of your teeth, gums and mouth is a given, but what does water have to do with it?
The next time you start craving a sweet snack, reach for a bowl of fruit salad instead!
People love ice cream, but the sweet treat isn't great for your teeth. The good news? It's easy to make tasty, homemade ice cream that's also low in sugar.
Dairy products have long been a great source of calcium, but there are other vitamins in there, too, working wonders in your mouth.
Can't get enough of your favorite canned soda? Maybe you'll drink your last after you read what it's doing to your mouth and insides.
Pasta is one of the quintessential comfort foods. It's delicious, filling and easy to chew -- which may be why it's a great meal for someone with toothaches or recovering from oral surgery. Here are some dishes that make your mouth feel good.