Some policy advocates worry about the politicization of a critical taxpayer-funded program while millions of children are waiting on billions in delayed nutrition aid. Just before her father was impeached...
- POLITICO - Helena Bottemiller Evich
- By Mashed
Breakfast can be a tricky meal to plan. Some cereals are quite healthy and are a great way to start your day, while others have more sugar and other not-so-healthy ingredients than you really need so early in the morning (or, in some cases, all day long). Knowing which cereals you should and shouldn't eat can help you make more informed choices while grocery shopping — and whenever hunger strikes.
- Harper's BAZAAR - Medically reviewed by Dr Louise Wiseman MBBS, BSc (Hons), DRCOG, MRCGP and words by Naomi Mead - BSc (Hons) DipION FdSc
Bacteria often gets a bad rep, but some types of bacteria are in fact essential for your gut health. Thanks to a wealth of new research in this area, it is now known that the good bacteria in your gut...
- By Victoria Vito
There’s truth to the adage “you are what you eat.” It’s especially relevant when managing inflammation and reducing swelling in your joints. While some foods can make things worse, there are plenty of tasty anti-inflammatory foods that can ease swollen joints, finger pain, and even symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis. Here you can find out what you can put on your plate to keep you moving.