This time of year when we tend to eat more fruit for its refreshing taste, but some fruit is GMO-laden and pesticide-covered. Here are some facts about GMO's and tips on eating fruit safely this season.
Researchers have found that following the Mediterranean diet may reduce the risk by one-third of age-related macular degeneration (AMD), a leading cause of blindness. The high fruit content of the diet was determined to be especially helpful.
New research finds the more fruit you eat, the more you lower your risk of a heart attack or stroke.
Learn about agar, a healthy substitute for gelatin that can be used to thicken pies, puddings and other desserts.
Research finds eating several pieces of fruit per day, especially apricots, is better than carrots at protecting the vision of older adults.
Eating more fruits and vegetables and less meat can significantly lower cancer risk.
Recent research debunks the popular belief that drinking fruit juices is healthy. These sugar-laden drinks can actually increase your risk of diabetes.
A new study finds that apigenin, a compound found in plant-based foods, may have the ability to stop the spread of cancerous cells.
Beware - some healthy foods may actually be poisonous and damaging to your health.
Taking steps to include more fiber in your diet could help to protect you from a stroke.