antioxidant

Blog entry | Sep 20 2017

“Eat your carrots, they’re good for your eyes,” was what my mom always used to tell me.

Blog entry | May 24 2017

From banana flour to quinoa flour, it can be hard to keep up with all these new, trendy flours. Sorting out the potential cooking, baking and health benefits they all offer can be overwhelming.

Blog entry | Jun 23 2016

Want to know how to pique someone’s interest if you are talking about food or nutrition?

Blog entry | Jun 07 2016

At the time of this blog post, there are approximately 30 different teas in my kitchen. Green, black, Earl Grey, hibiscus, white, rooibos, orange and mango, Thai, blackberry, and many more.

Blog entry | Apr 26 2016

With all the information out there on what you should be thinking about when making food decisions, it can be confusing to know exactly what to focus on.

Blog entry | Apr 07 2016

The acai berry hails from South America and Central America and is locally known as the “fruit that cries.” The indigenous people of the Amazon have long

Blog entry | Dec 22 2015

Over here at IFIC, we’re concerned with Santa’s health. Being jolly alone doesn’t have the fat burning capabilities of exercise.

Blog entry | Dec 07 2015

What does a morning without coffee sound like to you? If you answered “scary, sleepy, and confusing”, you’re not alone. Over 80% of U.S.

Blog entry | Jul 21 2014

Consumers have long been aware of the relationship between nutrition and health.