Pumpkin is a type of squash and a popular seasonal ingredient during the fall. This nutrient-dense food has various health benefits thanks to a hefty amount of vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. While pumpkin is considered a safe food for most healthy adults, it’s possible to experience an allergic reaction or […]

Edamame are soybeans that are harvested before they’ve reached maturity. They have a bright green color, a soft texture, and a mild, slightly nutty flavor. They’re commonly enjoyed on their own as a snack, but can also be added to dishes like salads, rice bowls, soups, and dips.  Edamame provides a […]

Asparagus is known for making pee smell funny, but it has many health benefits. This cruciferous vegetable is good for you and can help with weight loss, prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs), promote reproductive health, and be a mood booster. Asparagus packs nutrients—including vitamins A, C, E, K, and B6, […]

The pistachio (Pistacia vera L.) has been used as a food source for 300,000 years and is one of the most popularly consumed nuts in the world. Pistachios have a slightly sweet taste and tender texture and are commonly enjoyed as a snack and used in recipes such as desserts […]

The heart health supplements market is alive—and kicking—as brands target new demographics and consumers turn to natural, preventative solutions for cardiovascular health. Persistence Market Research predicts that heart health supplements will see a 4.5% CAGR through 2030, eventually crossing $14 billion in global sales.1 As cardiovascular concerns register among younger […]

Watermelon is all-around 90% water, which would make it practical for being hydrated in the summer. It can also satisfy a sweet tooth with its organic sugars. Watermelon also includes antioxidants. These substances can support remove molecules recognized as totally free radicals, or reactive species, from the system. The overall […]