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Hypertension – or high blood pressure – affects 30% of adults in America and is a leading cause of cardiovascular disease. But, there’s good news for...
Born and raised in the Midwest, there are two things that I hold innately reverent: basketball and agriculture. It wasn’t until I moved to...
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Sometimes the truest statements are the boldest ones: This is the best soup I have ever tasted. Seriously. How could it not be, when it combines some...
QUICK — Think of a mistake that ruined a meal. I bet many (or most) of you came up with something that was over or undercooked. Well today we have...
Following directions can be difficult (and sometimes confusing), particularly when it comes to following use-by dates on packaged foods. Are you a fly-...
Regulatory concerns over the safety of raw milk cheese are like the mythological hydra of contemporary food safety research—as soon as one dispute is...
On August 2nd, with cameras rolling, over a dozen Texans crowded around an enormous kitchen counter. The smell of fresh dill, crushed coriander, and...
When it comes to eating fruits and vegetables, we’re reminded to eat at least “5 a day.” But for many of us, eating five or more servings each day can...
“What is curious is that while my elders see ‘back’ as someplace that progress has allowed them to escape from- the wrong end of a linear trajectory...
Last fall we launched the Oldways Vegetarian Network (OVN) to help consumers find ways to put more plants on their plates. We’re excited to see that...
The Oldways family needs no convincing that brassicas are delicious, but with recipes like cauliflower hummus, curried collards, and tantalizing...
Are we eating better? Worse? What are the trends? According to data presented last week at a meeting of the Dietary Guidelines Advisory Committee (...

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