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Are Organic Food Labels Tricking Your Taste Buds?
Most people opt for organic because it tastes fresher—or at least, you think it does.
Whole Foods Is Changing the Game When It Comes to Quality Fruits and Vegetables
The market's rating system is supposed to help you understand the quality of produce better—but why do some farmers have beef with the program?
7 Safer All-Natural Homemade Cleaners
These DIY dupes will leave your house sparkling—sans the chemical smells.
Why McDonalds' Chicken Decision Should Change the Way You Buy Meat
McDonald's menu will soon feature antibiotic-free poultry, begging the question: If the fast food chain is setting standards, shouldn't you be too?
Organic Food Has More Antioxidants, Fewer Pesticides
The debate continues: Is organic worth the extra money? Our Weight Loss Coach weighs in on the latest research.
Europe Bans American Apples
Before you bite into your Red Delicious, check out why our friends overseas think our apples may be unsafe.
Shape Shares: Exercise Can Prevent Wrinkles
Forget expensive creams—working out may the secret to youthful skin, a new study says. Just another reason we love fitness.
More Than Half of People Believe a Conspiracy Theory!
Forget aliens and UFOs—the majority of Americans think at least one crazy medical theory is true.
Seriously Disturbing Facts About Organic Food
Before you bite into that pesticide-free apple, watch this video. (Warning: You may lose your appetite.)
What Does Farm-to-Table Really Mean?
Get the scoop on this food trend and how it differs from eating organic or local foods.
What to Know About Buying Organic Foods
Nutrition expert Cynthia Sass reveals when it's really worth it.
6 "Fancy" Food Store Fat Traps
Steer clear of these items to keep your belly flat and your wallet fat.
Another Reason to Eat Organic
New research highlights yet more benefits to eating organic produce. Here are six ways to save money when buying organic.
How California's Prop 37 May Affect You
One nutritionist's opinion on the labeling of genetically modified foods
Will Millennials Make the Food Supply Healthier?
Nutritionist Cynthia Sass shares how the food preferences of this generation may make it easier for all of us to eat better.
Should You Buy Organic?
Is organic food really healthier than non-organic food?
Buy Organic Food? Study Suggests You're More Likely to be a Jerk
Most of us know that organic foods are better for us and the environment. And while we may feel that we're doing good for ourselves and the earth when we buy them, research is finding that some of us become rather, well, mean!