Eating fish and shellfish, which are rich in omega-3 fatty acids, has been linked to a lower risk of heart disease. Seafood should be stored and cooked properly so that it’s safe to eat. Follow these tips.
Carbohydrates, or “carbs,” have gotten a bad reputation for those watching their waistlines. But not all carbs are bad. In fact, the right carbs are an important part of a healthy diet.
Sunflower and pumpkin seeds make delicious, healthy snacks, and poppy and sesame seeds are frequently used to add flavor or texture in baking and cooking. Chia, flax, and hemp are excellent sources of antioxidants, omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and protein.
What happens when you consume a diet high in processed meat and low in fruits/veggies—and how might that contribute to colorectal cancer?