For a lot of people, what they choose to eat — or not eat — is at the core of their health and well-being. Goodful's food content is intended to provide you with high-quality, practical, and delicious recipes; to give you accurate information about different ingredients and trendy new “health” foods; to share products and techniques that will make cooking way more pleasant; and to do it all without shame or a focus on weight loss.
Here are some of our favorite posts about nourishing yourself to get you started:
Cutting carbs isn't as easy as "no bread, no more problems." But if you’re interested in cutting carbs, this no-stress, no-B.S. explainer will help you decide if and how to go about limiting them.
"Protein is critically important for the immune system to work properly, for bone health, for body composition, for almost everything," registered dietitian Brian St. Pierre says. We have the full run-down on the hero nutrient so you can eat wisely.
You've probably heard that eating fat = bad, but that's not necessarily true. This post will tell you the fats you actually need and how to get them, so that you hit that sweet spot of feeling great and healthy.
Figuring out how to eat less sugar — or if you even need to — is pretty complex and completely personal. In this guide, experts walk you through how to to do it — including whether or not you should opt for artificial sweeteners instead and how to deal if you find yourself craving sweets.
5. Sauce Theory
Healthy eating can get super repetitive and sadly boring, particularly if you don’t have a ton of time, energy, and money to devote to meal planning and preparation. Our best advice for avoiding burnout while still cooking wholesome foodstuffs for yourself? Sauces. (And also dressings and other toppings.)
Even when things are bad, you do still have to eat. This post, sourced from the BuzzFeed Community, has suggestions for simple meals to make when you’re going through a difficult time.
A lot of trendy diets these days recommend eliminating entire food groups — which can be pretty daunting, even for just 30 days. So we reached out to health and nutrition experts to ask them how to make impactful changes to your diet in a sustainable way.
Taking a multivitamin is an easy way to feel like you're giving your body all of the vitamins and minerals it needs to function well. But we recommend getting your nutrients from whole foods — like sweet potatoes for vitamin A, avocado for vitamin E, and 31 other options you can find on this list.
There are two types of people in the world: those who love tuna, and those who can’t stand it. If you’re lucky enough to love it, you’ll appreciate these tasty recipes that prove there’s way more to tuna than white-bread sandwiches.
Chickpeas are one of our all-time favorite pantry staples. They’re delicious and versatile, and we recommend always having a can or two in your cupboard so you can whip up one of these wholesome recipes the next time you’re stuck on what to cook for dinner.
If you've been thinking about making the switch to a meat-free diet, this practical guide will help you take things day by day. We've also included a few of our favorite vegetarian recipes to help you get used to this new way of nourishing yourself.
“How do you get enough protein?” is a question practically every vegetarian or vegan has been asked at least once. This post will help you answer that question.
Trader Joe’s and cauliflower — both have a bit of a cult following at the moment, so we decided it was time to put these goods to the test. From the cauliflower gnocchi to a classic (albeit controversial) rice substitute, we’ve got your TJ’s caul haul covered.
As someone who found cottage cheese repulsive before I tried it, I’m here to tell you: to heck with what you’ve heard, because cottage cheese is actually delicious! And good for you! It’s really just misunderstood.