In recent years, mason jars have made their way into the culinary landscape, becoming just as trendy as green juice and kale. More than just a basic glass container, this jar holds enormous potential. Mason jars are portable, a great tool for controlling healthy portions, and they are a cinch… MORE>
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The term superfood may be slightly overused and there really is no true definition, but it is a simple fact that there are wonderful foods available that are more nutritious than your average super-sized American meal. Right now kefir is the superfood everyone is talking about. Kefir can be found… MORE>
Michelle Chen is a sophomore at Cornell University majoring in Nutritional Sciences with a concentration in Dietetics. She plans to enter the field of medicine. Photo Cred: Stephanie Goodman
What is Oil Pulling? Oil pulling is a practice making curious headlines in today’s confusing search for holistic health. While it may be new to you, the practice of oil pulling is an ancient Ayurvedic Indian tradition that has been around for thousands of years. The process consists of simply… MORE>
It seems impossible to imagine America without the apple. We can credit the great love affair to the American hero Johnny Appleseed who earned his name by introducing the apple tree to much of the new world. Since its introduction, the delicious round fruit has become a mainstay in the… MORE>
Starbucks is jumping on the bandwagon with the newest addition to their menu, coconut milk. Advertised as a dairy free, soy free, vegan, non-GMO alternative to the current menu, the new beverage option has been both praised and criticized. Here are the facts; you decide. True or False? Coconut milk… MORE>