Whether you enjoy grapes raw as a snack, cooked, dried or in juice (or wine), there’s a lot to love about this fruit. Aside from being delicious and versatile, grapes provide important nutrients. A member
Refreshing watermelon is the most-consumed melon in the United States, followed by cantaloupe and honeydew. Thought to have originated in the Kalahari Desert of Africa, watermelon’s official name is Citrullus lanatus of the botanical family
Raise your hand if you currently or ever have struggled with caffeine dependence. This year’s National Nutrition Month theme is “Put Your Best Fork Forward,” and as many of us know from experience, it can
Calcium is an essential mineral involved in numerous body processes related to muscle and nerve function. It’s also key to building and maintaining strong bones. Current Recommended Dietary Allowances, or RDAs, for calcium for adults and children age 4 and older generally
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Iron deficiency is one of the most common nutrient deficiencies worldwide. It is associated with poor diet, blood loss and malabsorptive disorders. Even the U.S. has high rates, though iron deficiency is usually related to conditions that cause
Although hemp seeds come from the Cannabis plant family (yes, that Cannabis plant), the seeds from the industrial hemp plant do not contain THC, the active compound in marijuana that results in a “high” feeling.
Once prevalent among a relatively small percentage of healthconscious consumers, juicing is garnering mainstream momentum. Incorporating fresh juice into the diet may help some clients meet fruit and vegetable needs, but why and how they