Karina Cunder

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3 Science-Based Food Hacks That Will Make Your Meals Better

Rice with half the calories - seriously.<p>As any successful baker will tell you - everything to do with food and cooking is all about chemistry, …

20 delicious cakes made with vegetables to help you get your 10 a day

<b>Trying to get your five a day? Or should that be ten a day? Either</b> way <b>if you’re struggling to get enough veggies into your diet maybe cake is the</b> …

White-pepper and sultana cake

Judging Most Imaginative Cake in the Fodder Show at last summer’s Port Eliot Festival revealed this wonderful idea. The addition of white pepper to a treacly fruit cake has the lovely effect, when you eat a slice, of turning on the body’s central heating. This is my version – the winner will …

12 Time-Efficient and Effective Exercises You're Not Doing

What are the most important things you need in a workout? The two that will give you the most bang for your buck are time-efficient, effective …

The Truth Behind The Ketogenic Diet

The Ketogenic Diet has risen to fame lately as being an easy to follow, "cure all" diet... but is it just another fad or is there some actual science …

8 Metabolism Secrets That Help You Burn Calories

It’s no wonder metabolism is a subject of fascination and speculation: The process that turns food into fuel powers all that we do. “Even when you’re …

This Ancient Wisdom Reveals 6 Rituals to Become Happier

People have enormous respect for ancient wisdom. They just don’t read it. Funny thing is, we’re more likely to live happier lives when we visit the …

Claytonia: Not a metal band - a super-food you can grow in your back garden

IT MIGHT SOUND like a metal band, but claytonia (also called winter purslane or miner’s lettuce) is a really useful, hardy, heart-shaped salad green …

Eight Foods to Eat During Your Menstrual Cycle

This is for the ladies- the best foods to eat during your menstrual cycle. During this time we need extra self-care, self-love and nourishment as our …

Nutrition

The 2 exercises that will keep you fit for life

If you want to live a long and healthy life, you should make sure you're getting enough exercise.<p>It will keep your brain healthy and can add years to your life. Researchers have found that many fit older adults have the muscles and bones of people years — even decades— younger.<p>And any exercise is …

Exercise

This Best-Selling TED Speaker Told Oprah the 5-Step Secret to Happiness

Is it possible to increase your happiness simply by doing these things for only two minutes per day? Yes, says a Harvard-trained happiness researcher and best-selling author.<p>Can you improve your happiness simply by breathing for two minutes a day? Apparently so, says Shawn Achor, Harvard-trained …

9 cooking methods that make your food toxic

How you cook your food is just as important as what you eat. When smoking, frying, or grilling meat, carcinogens are produced and when amino acids, sugars, and creatine react at high temperatures. That's right—grilling your meat can be as damaging to your body as smoking!<p>Certain cooking methods can …

A Peach Cobbler with a Secret Ingredient (Beer!)

<i>Cobbler, crisp, slump, grunt</i> goes the familiar wave of summertime dessert confusion: What are all these things? How are they different? Which one should I make? <b>Most importantly, why am I not eating one with a scoop of vanilla ice cream right now?</b><p>You can read up on the finer points of each dish. Or, …

10 pictures that show your daily recommended servings of fruits and vegetables

I realized, though, that part of the problem was that I didn't really understand how much we were talking about. What does a daily recommended amount of fruits and vegetables look like? I decided to find out, once and for all. Here are 10 photos of fruits and vegetables, each one a complete daily …

Healthy Eating

Why Everyone’s Suddenly Talking About Gut Bacteria

Photograph by BSIP UIG via Getty Images<p>Research suggests the microbiome plays a role in determining everything from weight to behavior, but there’s …

Microbiology

7 Quotes to Stop You from Worrying About Things You Can’t Control

<i>Letting go of control… and being OK with it.</i>That is one of the greatest struggles many of us deal with on a daily basis, myself included.Because …

When you lose weight, where does it actually go?

When you lose weight, it literally vanishes into thin air. For real.<p>When we talk about weight loss, we generally talk about "burning" fat. That's not …

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Before tossing coffee grounds in the garbage, think twice. High in nitrogen, they can have a second life as a natural fertilizer and pest deterrent and are ideal for use in growing tomatoes. Non-coffee drinkers can also fertilize with grounds, because many coffee shops give away used grounds for …

15 of the Most Popular Makeup Hacks on Pinterest

Learn how to make your cheekbones pop, how to conceal under-eye circles, and more.<p>Learn how to make your cheekbones pop, how to conceal under-eye circles, and more.

Makeup

10 Charts That Will Make You a Better Cook

How Poop Transplants Could Help You Lose Weight

Are freeze-dried fecal matter pills the future of dieting?<p>Cartoons often represent the inner workings of the body as a workplace comedy, with tiny people in hardhats representing red blood cells or whatever and the more we research the human microbiome—all the bacteria living on you doing essential …

Harvard researchers have isolated a key to happiness, and Iceland is helping them test it

Reykjavik<p>Michael Porter, a Harvard economist who made his name working on ideas around competition, has come to the capital of Iceland to talk about social process and how to measure it. Here at a conference on the topic, he reminds the audience that economic indicators—while we’re very used to …

Michael Porter

Why do we get fat?

Dieting doesn't cure obesity. That's not news, although it was reconfirmed last week in a particularly mediagenic fashion in a study published by National Institutes of Health researchers. The researchers followed contestants from the "The Biggest Loser" television show as these formerly obese …

Weight Loss

The Cooking Trick That Slashes the Calories in Rice by Half

You just need a smidgen of oil.<p>Whether you think rice is a friend or foe to your diet, there's one thing we can all agree on: It's delicious. Now, scientists have gone and done something incredibly cool — they figured out a new way to cook the grain that could cut its calories in half.<p>New research …

Junk food companies are trying to survive with an unlikely strategy

Mars Foods, a subgroup of chocolate giant Mars Company and maker of brands including Uncle Ben's rice and Dolmio pasta sauce, announced in April that it would provide customers with guidance on which products should be eaten every day and which should only be consumed occasionally.<p>Further, Mars …

Selling

Have we got it all wrong about gluten?

If you're suffering from gut pain, don't assume you're gluten intolerant: researchers believe other common foods such as garlic and onions could be to blame<p>So you think you’re gluten intolerant? It might go against the grain, but a growing body of research suggests that gluten might not be the …

A new movement that uses science to trick your brain could revolutionize how we eat

Some researchers even argue that it was the invention of fire that allowed humans to develop our big brains, because it meant we no longer had to spend all day chewing and digesting raw food.<p>Scientists are now starting to figure out that your brain likely has more to do with the flavor of food than …

Deep Frying

What Does The New CRISPR-Edited Mushroom Mean For Agriculture?

By Adele Peters4 minute Read<p>The mushrooms of the future may last a little longer on the shelf, and a certain type of corn will have better yields. …

Agriculture

5 Eating Disorders You've Never Heard of Before

Though they're more common than you'd expect.<p><i>This article was written by Amber Brenza and provided by our partners at</i> Prevention<i>.</i><p>When I was 13, I was taken out of school for a month to deal with an eating disorder. Yes, I was very thin, but I wasn't concerned with my weight. The issue was that I …