Bison meat - Dr. Axe

6 Reasons to Try Bison Meat Now (It’s Lean!)

Considered by many to be healthier than even grass-fed beef and richer in flavor (despite being lower in saturated fat), bison meat might soon become your favorite protein source. Over the past several years, the popularity of bison meat has nearly quadrupled — and for good reason. For instance, did you know that bison meat is much more likely to be grass-fed … Read More



8 Fenugreek Benefits that Could Change Your Life

Never heard of fenugreek? Don’t worry — you’re not alone — but that doesn’t mean you should continue to be in the dark on this medicinal herb. In fact, I recommend utilizing fenugreek on a regular basis. Why? Because fenugreek has some amazing health benefits that could transform your health and change your life for the better. How? It all … Read More


French toast recipes - Dr. Axe

16 Healthy French Toast Recipes

Did you know that I’m a huge French toast fan? People often find this surprising, because French toast is a meal that can easily turn into a whole food lover’s nightmare — heaps of processed ingredients with little nutritional value. But, when done right, this delicious breakfast/brunch dish can be a reasonably healthy way to start the day. If you … Read More


Butternut squash recipes - Dr. Axe

21 Mouthwatering Butternut Squash Recipes

Butternut squash is like the orange-headed stepchild of autumn and winter foods. While pumpkin recipes get all the attention — I’m talking pumpkin spice lattes, pumpkin bread, pumpkin pie cheesecake — butternut squash is often passed over. And that’s a shame because this variety of winter squash is loaded with nutritious benefits and is endlessly versatile. Just one cup of cooked, … Read More


Fish recipes - Dr. Axe

20 Baked Fish Recipes

Fish is one of the healthiest omega-3 foods out there, as omega-3s keep your heart healthy and can stave off cancer. Fish is also low in calories, tastes delicious and cooks quickly, making it an excellent choice for busy evenings. But for many families, fish just isn’t a mealtime staple. While some steer clear of fish because they aren’t sure how to cook it … Read More



What’s the Best Egg Substitute You Can Bake With?

One of the major differences between becoming a vegan or vegetarian or looking at a paleo vs. vegan diet is whether or not you consume eggs. If you’re one of these folks, you already know that some adjustments are easier to make than others. Saying “no” to mass-produced mystery meats? Easy. Waving goodbye to your favorite creamy cheese? Not so simple. But whether you’re … Read More



Switchel: The Hipster Fermented Drink that Benefits Your Gut

Before there were sports drinks to rehydrate after intense physical labor or sugary drinks designed to boost energy levels, there was switchel, an all-natural drink similar to lemonade that’s experiencing a resurgence in popularity. Currently a favorite in “hipster” markets and upscale cocktail bars, thanks to its numerous health benefits and great taste, this centuries-old beverage is primed to become … Read More


Pear Recipes

19 Pear Recipes — from Smoothies & Desserts to Soups & Suppers

Ahh, the beginning of autumn. Leaves begin turning colors, pumpkin everything is available and pears make their triumphant return. Wait, what? If you’ve been skipping out on this delicious fruit, it’s time to add some pear recipes to your menu. Nutrition-rich pears are packed with benefits, from reducing inflammation to providing a daily dose of antioxidants, vitamins and minerals. They … Read More


Back-to-school recipes - Dr. Axe

Back to School! 20 Healthy School Lunch Ideas & More

Back-to-school season is one of the most hectic times for families. From making sure everyone is up and out the door on time to shuttling the kids between after-school activities and correcting homework assignments — not to mention our own lives — weekdays can go by in a whirlwind. I know that one of the most challenging parts of the school routine is making … Read More


Sorghum Flour

The High-Fiber, Gluten-Free Ancient Grain: Sorghum Flour

Sorghum is an ancient cereal grain that originated in parts of Africa and Australia more than 5,000 years ago! The sorghum plant, a member of the grass plant family called Panicoideae, still provides nutrients and much-needed calories to impoverished populations living in these areas. In fact, it’s considered the “fifth-most important cereal crop grown in the world,” according to the Whole Grains Council, and the … Read More


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