Everyone passes gas, but too much of it can be an embarrassing problem. Learn why certain foods cause gas, how to prevent it, and get a list of common foods that cause gas — and keep gas under control!
Gird your loins! Fiber One provides over half your daily fiber in one half-cup serving. But what about the controversial artificial ingredient it contains? Should you be wary of it? Learn more about Fiber One cereal nutrition.
The seedpods of this ancient plant have long been used for their intriguing medicinal properties — even as an aphrodisiac! Originally, cardamom health benefits were based in folk medicine, but today western medicine is finding many of them to be true.
Cheerios is a humble, whole-grain breakfast cereal with grand aspirations. Not content with being the weaning food of choice for millions of toddlers, it also touts serious cholesterol-reducing benefits for grownups. Do the Cheerios nutrition facts support the hype?
Enigmatic, aromatic allspice…so named because it reminds us, chameleon-like, of so many other spices in just a single whiff. Interestingly, the health effects of allspice are also many and varied. Read on to learn more.
Cooking with bay leaves is an easy way to add a subtle and savory flavor to slow-cooking dishes. Just toss in some leaves or a bouquet garni and you’re ready to go…or are you? Read on to learn the secrets to bringing out the flavor of bay leaves, even if they seem past their prime.
Chipotle Mexican Grill’s claim to fame is its use of fresh ingredients, made to order, which is great news for salad fans. For those watching nutrition, however, how are Chipotle salad calories? Here are the facts on the calories and nutrients in several popular Chipotle salads.
People diagnosed with Barrett’s esophagus often experience heartburn and acid reflux symptoms after eating. Learn what foods to avoid and what foods to eat with Barrett’s esophagus with this handy list.
The South Beach Diet is based largely on the use of Glycemic Index (GI) to determine good and bad carbohydrates. A carb with high GI makes one crave for food, and consequently gain weight. The opposite is true for low GI carbs. Learn more about the South Beach Diet by reading this diet review.