This Shavuot, you can eat your cheesecake and stay healthy, too. Here’s how.
This raw vegan cheesecake is a delicious dessert to enjoy on the holiday of Shavuot — and no one even needs to know how healthy it is!
While each bite of blintz or cheesecake is sure to be tasty, overindulging in dairy products can cause a host of health issues.
While caffeine can certainly offer an energy boost, it can also do more harm than good in some cases — unlike these 6 nutritious picks.
Hummus is incredibly easy to alter to your tastes — here are 5 ways to put a fun spin on classic hummus while also bumping up the health factor.
While eating more fruits and veggies is always a good idea, eating seasonally is really important, too.
It’s easier than ever to find wheat-flour alternatives — plus, their health benefits and great taste just might convince you to use them year-round.
One of the best ways to fight off carb cravings? Getting enough sleep, research suggests.
As you honor your rich Jewish heritage this Passover, consider the following benefits that come with giving up gluten.
Oftentimes, seemingly “healthy” kosher foods are actually chock full of additives, chemicals and questionable ingredients.