It’s National Garlic Day!

No need to worry about vampires prowling the streets today. It’s National Garlic Day! Garlic is a versatile vegetable belonging to the Allium class of bulb-shaped plants, including onions, chives, leeks and scallions. Besides kicking up the fla ...

Health Quotes

Wellness on your mind? You’re among history’s finest. Here are some insights into health by some of the most well-known people who have walked the earth: “The way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you ...

Men’s Multis vs. Women’s Multis

“His” and “Hers”: they separate our bath towels, robes, coffee mugs, you name it. Men and women have different styles and interests. And when it comes to health, they have very different needs. Multi-vitamins are a popular w ...

Does Baby Need D Drops?

When babies are born, their bones aren’t fully developed. They’re soft, more like cartilage, with flexibility that allows them to fit inside their mother’s womb and pass into the world more easily. As they grow, babies’ bones ...

Tofu: Not Just for Vegetarians

Why did the tofu cross the road? To prove he wasn’t chicken! While tofu has risen in popularity over the years, it’s still the brunt of many jokes. Meat eaters insult it, restaurant-goers shy away from it, and people in general just don&# ...

Celebrate Soy!

Here’s a fun fact you may not be aware of: April is National Soyfoods Month! In recent years, soy consumption has been on the rise, possibly due to a heightened interest in dairy and meat alternatives, as well as the introduction of new soy-bas ...

Popcorn: It’s Good for You!

News headlines scream warnings to consumers about the 60 grams of fat and 1,200 calories in a medium-sized movie theater bucket of popcorn. But, the truth is, as long as it’s not drenched in butter and doused with salt, popcorn is a great anyti ...