All posts tagged with functional food
07/29/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Feijoa, which has the scientific name of Acca sellowiana, is a flowering plant that belongs to the myrtle family of

07/26/2017 / By Tracey Watson

Hippocrates, the father of modern medicine, famously advised, “Let food be thy medicine, and medicine be thy food.” That is

07/22/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Bearberry, which has the scientific name Arctostaphylos Uva-Ursi, and is called by other names such as hogberry, rockberry, beargrape, kinnikinnik,

07/22/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Jambul, which has a scientific name of Syzygium cumini and is also called Indian blackberry, jambil, jambolan, jamun, or Java

07/22/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Hawthorn berries, which have the scientific name Crateagus oxycanthus, are also known as English hawthorn, Haw, May, May blossom, May

07/11/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Professor Tim Spector from King’s College London, author of The Diet Myth, said a hunter-gatherer diet, one which includes seasonal

07/01/2017 / By Russel Davis

It was previously believed that frozen fruits and vegetables contain lower nutritional value compared with their fresh counterparts, and that essential

06/30/2017 / By Jhoanna Robinson

Tangerines, which are winter-season fruits, are members of the Rutaceae (citrus) family and have a scientific name of Citrus reticulata.

06/25/2017 / By Isabelle Z.

On the surface, you might think inflammation isn’t such a big deal. It might not sound like a walk in

06/23/2017 / By Frances Bloomfield

Cantaloupes aren’t a fruit typically associated with health, which is a shame. These sweet, succulent melons are absolutely loaded with

06/15/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

It is a misconception to think that you have to be well off to eat nutritious items. You can save

04/20/2017 / By Amy Goodrich

Touted as a “silent killer” by the American Heart Association, some 85 million Americans – or one out of every three

04/20/2017 / By Rhonda Johansson

We’re hitting the middle of Spring! With temperatures rising and your garden soil reaching that “Goldilocks” temperature of not too

01/14/2017 / By Vicki Batts

Could a simple fruit extract really help kill cancer? Recent research certainly seems to suggest just that. Modified citrus pectin