Healthy eating

The many ways to cook with leeks

These veggies are tops in taste, versatility and ease of cooking. That's precisely why we love cooking with them.

How black food is lighting up the culinary world

When food takes a dark turn, it can really benefit your diet.

Could your genes be making you vegetarian?

Your diet may not be a lifestyle choice, but rather a product of your DNA, scientists say.

Scientists bust myth, white bread may not be that bad

New research reveals that it's not much different than whole wheat bread.

5 ways to keep your brain young

Protect your brain from the effects of aging with our scientifically backed brain-boosting tips.

A student invented a way to cook dinner in your washing machine

This idea goes where no steam-bag meal has gone before.

These are the healthiest countries in the world

We count down the nations that are tops in life expectancy, access to medical care and availability of clean water.

Black garlic: How this unusual variation could be the missing link in your recipes

Try your hand at making black garlic, and learn the recipes that let you experience its benefits.

6 ways to use tea in cooking

These recipes using tea will make getting through the last few days of winter a bit easier.

These pies will make pizza night at your house unforgettable

Pi Day is the perfect time to break out of those old pizza perceptions.

6 foods that are more nutritious when cooked

Raw food diets are not for everyone. Learn what foods are more beneficial to your health in their cooked form.

7 facts about the Mediterranean diet that could help you live longer

From reducing chronic pain to preventing some types of cancer, learn the many health benefits associated with this diet.

5 things you didn't know your microwave can do

This handy appliance goes way beyond nuking leftovers.

6 fantastic zoodle recipes

Enjoy the wordplay and save the calories with these clever ways to cook zucchini noodles.

What farming on Mars could teach us about farming on Earth

Citizen scientists are learning to grow food for taste and nutrition, rather than profit.