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Sardines: The Incredibly Powerful Superfood You've Probably Been Ignoring

Sardines. They're one of the most disrespected foods in America. There seems to be some sort of psychological hold-up that prevents people from eve...

Should You Be Taking Wheatgrass Shots?

I remember my first wheatgrass shot. It was vibrantly green and smelled like fresh lawn clippings. It tasted terrible. I rationalized that th...

Is Hot Sauce Healthy?

Hot sauce has long been a staple for millions of Americans. The crazy part is that hot sauce seems to be getting even hotter—at least when it com...

Why Health Nuts Are Freaking Out for Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut seems like an unlikely superfood. While it's often accompanied by sausages and steins of beer, sauerkraut has nutritional benefits that ...

The Under-Appreciated Superfood Larry Fitzgerald Can't Live Without

Larry Fitzgerald is a pass-catching machine. His razor-sharp route-running and fly paper hands have helped him become one of the most productiv...

Donkey Milk Is Being Hailed as the Next Big Superfood. Here's Why

Milk has been a hot topic in nutrition for the past few years. For one, some evidence suggests that full-fat milk might actually be better for you ...

Power Your Training With Superfoods

Superfoods don't just help you live a healthier life, they also supercharge your workouts with clean fuel. Natural fuel can help your body push ha...

Superfoods A-Z: Millet

Your dinner plate is yawning at you, bored by your standard choices of brown rice, oats, and whole-wheat pasta. Face it, you're in a rut, stuck on...

Superfoods A-Z: Lentils

With more than 30% of its calories coming from muscle-building protein (more per serving than you'll find in beef) and prices that are pocket-friend...

Superfoods A-Z: Kabocha Squash

Meet the Clark Kent of the winter produce aisle: kabocha squash. Hiding inside this unassuming green gourd is a superhuman amount of vitamins, free ...

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