Since Ancient times, tea has been touted to help with everything from headaches to depression. New studies continue to unlock the medicinal benefits of tea. Tea contains a small amount of natural fluoride, with mature leaves containing as much as 10 to 20 times the flouride levels of young leaves from the same plant. Fluoride is a chemical that can help prevent tooth decay.
Sales of cooked meats like chorizo are soaring as Britons follow the lead set by TV celebrity chefs and increasingly get a taste for Continental products, according to a new report.
Menus displaying the exercise needed to burn calories in meals can help people consume less, a US study suggests. Diners given this extra information ordered and ate less calorific food than other customers, a team at Texas Christian University found.
Spring is here, and not just because the calendar says so but the blue skies, blossom-covered trees and the tweeting of birds outside my bedroom window in the way-too-early morning are proof that our never-ending winter is finally over.
This dish has heft and depth, but still showcases the delicate flavors of spring.
Spring is the season of rebirth. There are new buds on the trees, and new produce at the markets. We've waxed poetic about spring peas, asparagus, and our other green favorites. But now we're going to talk to you about new potatoes -- those delicate thin-skinned potatoes that pop up late spring and early summer.
Young children who eat the same meals as their parents are far more likely to have healthier diets than those who eat different foods, according to research.
This salad has so much to celebrate: salty cured ham, juicy chicken breasts, crunchy croûtons and a creamy dressing. Wow.