By Anne Palumbo My husband and I now get most of our protein from plant-based foods: legumes, quinoa, chia seeds, tofu and dairy products.
Why Swiss Cheese Makes Healthiest-Cheese Lists
My cheese-loving friend has sworn off cheese for a while, saying it’s “too caloric, too fatty, too tempting.” She’s not the first to go
Little Peas Serve Up Big Benefits
When I was a child, the only peas I ever ate were canned, and the only reaction I ever had was ick! Mushy and
Why You Should Eat More Bananas
February may be the shortest month of the year, but it’s loaded with important holidays and events. A lesser-known food holiday that happens on
What Makes Comfort Foods So Comforting?
By Anne Palumbo Whether you’ve had a bad day, a painful break-up or a normal day dogged by the chills, we all have comfort
Prime Rib: The Good, the Bad, and the Delicious
By Anne Palumbo Every December, my husband and I let down our “meat guard” and consume a cut of beef that we rarely eat:
Bushels of Nutrition in Green Beans
By Anne Palumbo Every early November, my family has the most absurd conversation. We talk about Thanksgiving sides as if they were open for
What Makes Apples Such a Nutritious Fruit?
By Anne Palumbo When my kids were young, I used to call all fruit “nature’s candy.” The nickname won them over, especially when it
Why You Should Go Nuts for Walnuts
By Anne Palumbo Eat more walnuts and you just may live longer. That’s the message from a recent study at Harvard that explored the
Latest Buzz on Beets
By Anne Palumbo If you haven’t eaten beets in a while, you might want to head to the nearest farmer’s market. This in-season veggie,