Do you pay attention to the Nutrition Facts label when you buy food? You should. It’s not perfect, but it is an excellent resource for ensuring your body gets the right nutrients in the right amounts. The Nutrition Facts label should be one of the first things you check whenever you shop for food.

Antidepressants are a controversial class of prescription medicine used to treat or prevent clinical depression. An estimated 30 million Americans are currently taking antidepressants. The use of these drugs has skyrocketed over the last 15 years, likely due to increased marketing and social acceptance of depression and psychoactive pharmaceuticals.[1]

The French green lentil is an exquisite, marbled beauty. Upon closer inspection, individual lentils are shades of olive green and black with hints of fiery red. You might say they almost resemble tiny red-slider turtles. In this tangy lentil salad from Oh She Glows, the lentils provide a hearty, protein-packed base. The slightly peppery and earthy taste of the French lentils compliments the roasted asparagus and potatoes. While the common variety will suffice, the lentille du Puy has a firmer texture that won’t get overly mushy in lentil salads like […]

Selenium (Se) is a trace mineral that can be found in foods and supplements.[1] It is available in both organic and inorganic forms and is an essential nutrient for humans and animals.[2] In the body, selenium works as an antioxidant, protecting cells from free radical damage. It has an important role in thyroid hormone synthesis, the male reproductive system, and other bodily processes.[3, 4]

Well known as a good source of probiotics, kombucha is a sweet tea beverage fermented with yeast and bacteria. It is commonly called the “immortal health elixir” and it’s more popular now than ever before. In fact, the market is expected to grow at a healthy pace of approximately 25% per year until 2020. In addition to its strong, robust flavor, kombucha is an incredible tonic with many health-promoting properties. Let’s explore six ways kombucha supports gut health.

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