How to Store Food in the Fridge So It Lasts

Tuesday Oct 20 2015 | by Colleen M. Story

What’s the best way to store food in a refrigerator to keep it fresh? Apples in the bottom drawer, tomatoes up top, fish in the middle. Or should ... more »

15 Fun Ways to Get More Greens Into Your Daily Diet

Wednesday Jul 16 2014 | by Colleen M. Story

If you’re getting bored with the same old steamed and raw veggies, try these ideas for getting more greens into your diet. You’ve heard it a ... more »

Rice Bran Oil: Is It The World’s Best Oil?

Friday Jul 11 2014 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

Are demanding chefs really switching to rice bran oil? Have you ever come across something unexpected, new to you, and too good to be true, but ... more »

Fish Fraud: Is the Fish You’re Eating the Fish You Think it Is?

Monday Oct 21 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

A recent study found that about a third of the fish we eat isn’t what we think it is. A February 2013 study by Oceana, the largest international ... more »

Finding Good, Healthy Food When Eating Out: The SPE Certification

Friday Sep 27 2013 | by Dr. J. E. Williams

How can you tell when a restaurant is serving healthy and super tasty food? Look for the SPE seal. Modern foods are making you sick. Choosing good ... more »

What’s Healthiest? Soy Sauce, Tamari, or Bragg’s? What About Coconut Aminos?

Wednesday Sep 4 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

If you’re making stir-fry tonight, which condiment is healthiest to use? If you’re getting ready to cook some stir-fry, rice, an Asian salad, ... more »

What’s the Best Oil to Cook With?

Wednesday Aug 28 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

What oil is the safest and healthiest to cook with? Grapeseed, olive, sunflower, canola, coconut—there are so many options. Which is the best for ... more »

Ditch the Chemicals—10 Benefits of Cast Iron Cooking

Monday Aug 26 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

Think cast iron is sticky and hard to clean? Think again—properly seasoned, cast iron is naturally “non-stick.” In 2003, the Environmental ... more »

Fish: 5 Choices Healthy for You and the Environment

Wednesday Aug 21 2013 | by Colleen M. Story

We love our tuna, but we’re eating too many of them. It’s time to try other options. According to a 2009 study by U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) ... more »