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an industrial coffee maker
By Marco Dregni
Not all decaf coffee is the same. Here’s what to avoid — and how to brew the perfect cup of decaf.
Orange chicken stir-fry
By Molly Schelper
A variety of equally delicious and nutritious dishes that were viewed the most this time last year.
an array of pancakes on a table
By Robin Asbell
Reboot your pancakes with add-ins like mashed bananas, sweet potatoes, shredded carrots, protein powder, and more.
chevre and raw veggies
By Experience Life Staff
Caramelized onion dip, beet hummus, cashew “chèvre," and more! These nine dips will make holiday entertaining a breeze.
jars of fermented foods
By Marco Dregni
The author and "fermentation revivalist" talks about fermented soybeans, turmeric-infused pickles, and living with HIV.
Paul Kriegler

Intermittent fasting is referred to in various terms — 16:8, alternate-day fasting, 5:2, time-restricted eating. But even if you’re simply just choosing to wait to eat until your first hunger pang, this practice can result in some significant and positive health effects when done thoughtfully. Paul Kriegler, RD, LD, CPT, walks through the different methods of this dietary approach, including the benefits it can provide and guidance for those interested in trying it.

alternative flour baked goods
By Robin Asbell
These baked goods made with alternative flours are fit for any celebration.
wine glasses with rose
By Mo Perry
Alcohol seems to affect us all differently — and even affect our own bodies differently over time. Here are answers to some of your questions about booze and the body.
a man holds avocados over his eyes like a mask
By Experience Life Staff
Small, satisfying food moments can bring big, valuable pleasure to our lives.
A woman and children baking together.
By Julie Dulude
Based on learnings from her own healing journey, best-selling cookbook author Danielle Walker shares tips for enjoying seasonal gatherings when dealing with food intolerances or allergies.
a row of glass spice jars filled with colorful spices
By Experience Life Staff
High-quality, fair-trade seasonings that make everything taste better.
a wooden bowl filled with sugar surrounded by sugar cubes
By Catherine Guthrie
Sugar is the top food to avoid when it comes to cancer, according to an integrative oncologist at the University of California San Francisco.
vegetarian Thanksgiving side dishes
By Maddie Augustin
Try these veggie side dishes at your next holiday gathering.
a person squeezes lemon juice out of a fresh lemon
By Catherine Guthrie
Nourishing yourself while undergoing treatment can be tricky. These foods might help whet your appetite.
spoons and bowls filled with spices
By Helen Martineau
If you want to buy fresh seasonings grown by farmers who are treated fairly, keep these suggestions in mind.
Brussels sprouts
By Kaelyn Riley
Brussels sprouts get a bad rap. When cooked properly, these little crucifers can be delightful.
a variety of spices arranged on a cutting board
By Helen Martineau
Prized as global commodities for centuries, spices are experiencing a renaissance. Our experts explain how to source high-quality, fair-trade products to use in your own kitchen.
cancer fighting foods: salmon, citrus, nuts, papaya
By Catherine Guthrie
Integrative cancer experts offer ways to nourish yourself when food seems less appealing.
a casserole
By Maddie Augustin
Nutritious, comforting recipes designed for leaving on a friend’s doorstep.
a plate of grilled steaks surrounded by plates and bowls of roasted veggies
By Catherine Guthrie
Adding onions and garlic to a meat marinade may offset the risks of heterocyclic amines.
Two mini mummy cauliflower crust pizzas.
By Anika Christ, RD, CPT
No tricks, just tasty Halloween eats.
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