Articles by Brit DeLong


Bee Pollen Can Help Offset Spring Allergies

Bee pollen is considered an exceptionally nutritious food source capable of increasing energy, reducing seasonal allergies and other maladies.

13 Fun Facts About Our Favorite Holiday Spuds

‘Tis the season for sweet potato casserole, candied yams, and other recipes incorporating traditional holiday spuds—but despite their popularity, it can be hard to tell the difference between some of these root and stem vegetables. Read on to learn some fun facts about these common holiday sides.

And the 2016 International Food of the Year Is…

Cultivated for well over 10,000 years, especially in India, the Mediterranean and the Near East, pulses are now gaining more attention globally for one important reason: They're inexpensive, healthy sources of protein that have the potential to help alleviate some of the world’s hunger and malnutrition problems.

5 Benefits of Drinking Warm Lemon Water Every Morning

Skim through a lifestyle magazine or peruse a health blog and you’ll likely find a common early morning drink that many people swear by—hot lemon water.

Herbal, Black or Green? How to Know Which Tea Offers the Best Health Perks for You

Various studies have linked certain types of tea with potential cancer-preventative effects, improved heart and metabolic health, and more

Ditch Creams for Serums? How to Best Transition Your Skin Care Routine from Winter to Spring

The transition from cold winter months to warmer spring weather changes what products your skin needs and how effectively certain products will work.