A new “milk” product might be coming to town and you might be surprised where it comes from—algae. Yes, you heard me right, algae.
What do you get when you cross kale and Brussels sprouts together? A lollipop. And no, this isn't your typical sugary lollipop but rather a small bundle of joy.
As if keeping your sugar intake to only 10 percent of your total calorie intake isn't hard enough, now the World Health Organization (WHO) is recommending that we max out at 5 percent....
Roos Foods, a Delaware ompany, has recalled 16 varieties of cheeses after some of its brand we...
What in the world could yoga mats and Subway sandwiches have in common?
Just when I thought I have heard it all, another diet appears on my radar. This time it’s the werewolf diet, also know as the lunar diet.
Greek yogurt is more popular than ever, and now top brands are facing off with major ad campaigns.
Recently an online column titled “Kale? Juicing?
Sugar overall has gotten a bad rap. But there is a big difference between added sugars and naturally occurring sugars.
Come January, just in time for all those people looking to shed weight in the New Year, celebrity chef Rocco DiSpirito releases a new book called The Pound a Day Die...