Read what the science says about monk fruit sugar, the newest zero-calorie sweetener getting buzz.
Have you met muesli? It’s similar to granola but rather than mixing in oil and honey prior to baking, you toast the grains plain and add your own honey upon serving (yes, you control the sugar!).
What’s the buzz? Caffeinated beverages hinder hydration — or do they? What does the science say?
Forget what you know about soup. This watermelon gazpacho is a little sweet, a little savory, served cold — and is extremely refreshing.
What’s the buzz? Activated charcoal drinks: Black is the new green (juice). But take a look at what the science says.
For a quick and easy lunch or side dish, fresh green beans are blanched to retain their beautiful vibrant color and are paired with chopped hard-boiled eggs and briny olives.
What’s the buzz? Nutritional yeast is a savory, high-nutrient add-in that you should be sprinkling on everything from pasta to smoothies. What does the science say?
The protein and fiber-packed chickpeas in this gluten-free salad will keep you energized all day.
What’s the buzz? Skim milk is out — and cream-top yogurts and whole-milk lattes are in. What does the science say?
Beautifully flavored with garlic, spicy red pepper flakes, and a splash of vinegar, these greens prove you don’t need to add more salt in order to create more flavor.
Many energy bars come with a long list of ingredients and high dose of sugar. Skip the uncertainty and make your own.
Recovered food and upcycled food scraps have been the stars of sold-out dinners across the nation in the past few years. Check out these tips for how you can be crafty in the kitchen.