Spring is finally here, but even if you still have the winter blahs, there are certain things that you can do to feel a bit better.
Some food items on store shelves are appealing to health conscious consumers by fortifying their products with protein, fiber, whole grains, and extra vitamins.
Flu season has arrived with a vengeance. Chances are you know someone who is suffering but did you know certain foods might offer you some protection from the flu bug?
Under the waves, deep in the sea, thousands of varieties of seaweed thrive. A staple ingredient Asian cuisines and cultures for centuries, now, as CBS4′s Vanessa Borge reports, seaweed is harvested and used around the world for food, medicines and other products.
When you think of colorful foods – green grapes, red tomatoes and yellow bananas – you think healthy, right? Well believe it or not, some of the most nutritious foods are black in color.