Eating healthy? Too much of a good thing can be dangerous. Taking a vacation? The hotel you're staying in can make you sick. Buying a secondhand iPhon...
With more and more parents choosing not to vaccinate their children these days, one Los Angeles area doctor has taken a unique approach in curbing the spread of some of these highly-infectious and life-threatening illnesses.
When I'm invited to a picnic, I'm almost certain there won't be many options for me -- I don't eat sandwiches or crisps, I try to avoid chocolate and cakes, and so might nibble on some fruit and maybe the odd piece of chocolate if I desperately want it. Putting together a small tray of healthy options, however, need not be complex and mind-boggling.
When you are ready to make your green smoothie, make sure you keep it simple by trying just one or two greens. Spinach is the best place to start, since it blends in almost any blender and is pretty tasteless in a smoothie.
Photo by Katherine Baker Kale: it's healthy, delicious, ver...
The Irish and the Italians were both large Catholic immigrant groups. And in my parents' case, they also had ten children of their own! Pete called Lucy "Red" which never made sense to us kids since our mother was a blonde. Ah, but Lucy had been a stunning redhead when Pete met her! Lucy called Pete "Barney." Something to do with Barney Google apparently.
A new era of healthier fast food may be on the horizon, and Chick-fil-A's shocking replacement of its coleslaw with kale salad this month is just one example.
Kale candy? I know -- those words don't seem like they belong together. But these Maple Sesame Kale Chips really are as addicting as candy. The reci...
A warm and gentle guide,"Do Unto Animals" aims to make your relationship with animals intense and wonderful, too. You don't have to share a home with 17 of them to make a difference.
I cooked two of the Purple Carrot dishes: delicata squash tagine with chickpeas and bulgur; and a winter variation on panzanella -- Tuscan bread salad -- using Italian-type lacinato kale and served with pan-fried portobello mushroom caps and caramelized lemon halves.
Few, if any, vegetables have become as culturally invasive as kale. Sure, it's super healthy for you, but let's face it, what once was a cutting-edge green -- seen on health-nut Instagram accounts and fancy menus alike -- is now a wilted trend. So what's up next?
Halloween may be only a couple of days away, but I've been talking to worried nutrition patients about this tricky wellness subject for over a month now. The thought of free, unfettered all-day and night access to candy sends a shiver of diet dread down their spines.
OK, I know you're all dying to know how the Larabar cleanse went, but before we get to that, I'd like to stress that the following claims are mine alone, and nothing about my experience is backed or recommended by Larabar, doctors, science, research or common sense. In other words, read this column at your own risk.
Beyond corporate-speak, popspeak is annoying. Here are 12 words that are trending and imho should not be used, yes a ban on free speech.
The food and drinks served here are absolutely delicious and the event is executed flawlessly every year.
As I look at it there in the bowl, I find myself thinking for the first time that lettuce is kind of amazing. First, it's actually pretty cool-looking. Second, this substance, which is more than 95 percent water and has almost no calories, is somehow delicious.