Learn how to make better food choices with this guide to eating well for yourself and the environment.
You have the power to create a better environment for yourself and your community simply by making green decisions when it comes to your food. Thinking globally and acting locally is a great place to start.
Remember when it was just a hippie thing? Peace, love and organic veggies. Well, its come a long way. The organic food industry is growing and getting a lot of attention.
Organic foods—are they better, safer, more nutritious? Should eating organic foods be a part of your healthy eating plan? This articles will address some questions athletes commonly ask about organic foods.
When should you spend the extra cash to buy organic food? Here's how to weigh the benefits of making that extra effort.
The Diet Detective investigates the latest trend in healthy eating and answers the question: Why buy local?
It used to be that the organic label meant food was safer, fresher and more likely to have come from a small, reliable farm than a mega-farm-factory. Then Wal-Mart started selling organic products. Suddenly, organic didn't seem so special.
By definition, a "locavore" is one who eats only food grown within a radius of 100 miles. You can't really argue that locally grown produce is tastier, but is it also more nutritious?
Support your local farmer's market and boost your nutrition--here's how to find the tastiest local fare.
His back-to-back best sellers take a good look at the food we eat and could change the way you look at food forever—so put down that fork and read on for some insights from quintessential foodie Michael Pollan.
A healthy environment goes hand-in-hand with a healthy lifestyle. There are many ways to go about supporting the environment while eating nutritious foods. Eco Caters is a good example.