Today’s Solutions: June 18, 2024

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Startup turns landfill-bound produce into healthy candies

America has a food waste problem, with the USDA estimating somewhere between 30 to 40 percent of the food supply winding up in the trash bin. To make something valuable out of all that wasted food, entrepreneur Amy Keller has created a startup that saves produce destined for the landfill and turns Read More...

These 9 foods are healthy and

These 9 foods are healthy and have a long shelf life

During the age of coronavirus, it’s essential that you buy foods that boast both nutritional value and a long shelf life. To help you stock your pantry with healthy, long-lasting food, here are 9 healthy choices you may want to consider when you visit the supermarket next. Prunes: With a shelf Read More...

Need a mood boost? Try these 9

Need a mood boost? Try these 9 healthy foods

When feeling blue, you may crave  calorie-rich, high sugar foods like ice cream or cookies to try to lift your spirits. While this might give you a sugar rush, it's unlikely to help you in the long term — and may have negative consequences as well. Instead, you should aim for wholesome foods Read More...

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This urban farm has revived an impoverished community in Dallas

Dallas may be one of the wealthiest cities in the world, but its wealth is unevenly distributed amongst its neighborhoods. In the Bonton community in South Dallas, 48 percent of residents suffer daily from the effects of urban poverty. Rates of incarceration and joblessness are highly Read More...

Snacking doesn’t have to be

Snacking doesn’t have to be unhealthy. These 32 tasty snacks are proof of that

If you’ve ever tried to lose weight, you’ve probably been told to follow this one rule: don’t snack! But the reality is that snacking is perfectly fine, as long as you snack on healthy foods. In fact, research shows that snacking on nutritious foods that are high in fiber and protein helps Read More...

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Cancer's Achilles' heel

An old, once-abandoned theory about cancer is revived, offering hope for a raft of new non-toxic treatments. Tony Edwards| June 2008 issue Medical progress is invariably considered futuristic, but one bit of buzz in the world of cancer research surrounds a man who did most of his work in the 1930s. Read More...