Category: Diet & Food

The Spring Recipes That Are Starting to Trend on Pinterest

Although the weather doesn’t really feel like it (at least in the northeast), it is technically spring and that means soon, we’ll have lots of fresh, spring produce to work with in our kitchens. Deciding how to use all of that delicious new produce is an entirely different story. When we’re in need of recipe

White and brown eggs: the color is created

At Easter it is again in (almost) all the rage: the Egg. Brown or white, cholesterol bomb or nutrient supplier – almost everyone has their own opinion on this. Popularly it is said that brown chickens lay brown eggs – but what’s wrong? FOCUS Online explains why chicken eggs have different colors. Eggs store: The

20 Modern Casserole Recipes Your Kids Will Devour

Casseroles — or as some of you may call them, hot dishes — are the heartbeat of the American weeknight meal, the powerhouse of the holiday potluck. If you’re like us, the very word conjures visions of grandma pulling out her red-and-white-checked cookbook and dumping meats, veggies, cheese and the ubiquitous can of soup into

There's No Proof Colloidal Silver Can Stop the Coronavirus. Stop All That.

You may have seen the advertisements bouncing around social media. “Wellness!! Vital Silver!!! Simple!!! Go on the offense this year against viruses including the Coronavirus – it’s simple!” “Structured Silver allows a silver particle-cluster of silver to kill multiple bacteria, viruses, and yeast/candida pathogens throughout the body until it is safely excreted.” Those aren’t hypothetical

I Lost 35 Pounds By Joining the Gym and Going Keto

I had just turned 56 in February 2018 and started saying “almost 60” when people asked me my age. My mirror in the bathroom was not kind to me but I’d gotten used to the acceptable reflection of the man I’d been for more than 30 years. My traveling salesman-style job kept me in planes

Pho Soup Is Actually Pretty Damn Healthy So Get Yourself A Bowl

Sometimes, nothing quite hits the spot like a steamy bowl of noodles—and ramen is no longer the only trendy option. These days, everyone seems to be slurping down pho (pronounced “fuh”) instead. Just how nutritious the recently-buzzy dish is (and how many calories pho contains), though, is still a little unclear. “Pho originated hundreds of

Vitamin C Tablets Don't Protect You From the Coronavirus

Social media is land-mined with reports that taking vitamin C tablets may help you prevent COVID-19. Like claims that you can make $83,000 in one month sitting in front of your computer, the vitamin C stuff is falsified. In fact, there is no scientific evidence that any supplement—vitamin C, vitamin D, prebiotics, or probiotics—can help

Avocados Contain Way More Protein Than You’d Expect

When you first embark on a low-carbohydrate diet, it feels like freaking EVERYTHING has carbs in it, which leads to a lot of Regina George-like questions. (As you probably know by now, butter is not a carb.) Though there are plenty of low-carb foods out there, filling your plate with high-protein, low-carb foods, in particular,

Everything You Need to Know About Taco Bell's New 'Veggie Mode'

Taco Bell is known for releasing some pretty wild items, like a Buffalo Chicken Nacho Fries Burrito. But the company’s newest innovation, called “Veggie Mode,” helps you order vegetarian food more easily. Once activated on the restaurant’s self-service kiosk, you’ll see only American Vegetarian Association-certified menu items. So what’s that? Basically, this designation indicates that