Category Archives: interesting about food and health
Whenever someone asks me if they should try Whole30, I always respond by with this question: What’s your goal?
The Whole30 Program is not designed for weight loss (as its creators have made clear). In fact, you’re not supposed to … read more
Food allergies are extremely common. In fact, they affect around 5% of adults and 8% of children — and these percentages are rising.
Interestingly, although it’s possible for any food to cause an allergy, most food allergies are caused by … read more
If you’re looking for reasons to eat less red meat, you’ve already got quite a few: It can be high in cholesterol and saturated fat, and eating a lot of it has been linked to … read more
Cooking food can improve its taste, but it also changes the nutritional content.
Interestingly, some vitamins are lost when food is cooked, while others become more available for your body to use.
Some claim that eating primarily raw foods is … read more
When most people are craving some animal-based protein, they’re likely to reach for chicken, beef, and pork way more often than fish. But the Food and Drug Administration is hoping to change that, or at least up people’s fish intake—especially … read more