What Americans Eat

What Americans Eat

August 26, 2013

Evaluating the diets of Americans. Source

Allrecipes Mobile App bytes

Allrecipes Mobile App bytes

August 21, 2013

Allrecipes mobile apps have hit over ten million downloads. Check out some fun facts about our mobile applications. Source

Food Pyramid Infographic

Food Pyramid Infographic

August 17, 2013

The Food Pyramid might just be the oldest infographic out there! It’s a great way to make sure you are getting the right balance of foods daily and a great way to plan out your meals. It is also important to drink at least eight cups of fluid (especially water) every day. Read on for […]

Thanksgiving Calories

Thanksgiving Calories

August 16, 2013

Granted, it is not normally a time when the average American is thinking about their calorie intake. Yet the holidays have always been a time when we pack on a few pounds and it may do us some good to know exactly what goes into our holiday meals. The average American Thanksgiving meal consists of […]

A Wine Connoisseur

A Wine Connoisseur’s Real Estate Guide to the United States of America

August 1, 2013

If you like drinking with friends, you’ll be in good company in these states. They rate near the highest in wine consumption! Source

Say No To Junk Food

Say No To Junk Food

July 24, 2013

We all spoil ourselves with occasional hamburger or a hot dog, even though we know it’s not particularly good for us. This simple infographic presents some of the most popular fast foods, together with various activities that you can engage in to burn the extra calories. Maybe you will start to look at your daily […]

Health and Wellness Spending

Health and Wellness Spending

July 12, 2013

As we’ve said before, all consumers participate in the World of Wellness. In fact, 19% of all monthly spending is reserved for products with a wellness halo.

Ingredients for a Healthy Heart

Ingredients for a Healthy Heart

July 10, 2013

Cardiovascular disease accounts for 1 in every three deaths in the United States – there are things you can do – and foods you can eat – to reduce your risk. Source

The Scenic Route to a Longer Life
Are Bananas Really As Bad for You as Cooki...

Are Bananas Really As Bad for You as Cooki…

May 30, 2013

Researchers from the University of Sydney set out to determine which foods fill you up and keep you full. The result was the satiety index — a measure of how full you feel after eating something. So, which one should you grab if you’re trying to satisfy hunger? Source

Target Takes on Sustainable Seafood

Target Takes on Sustainable Seafood

May 29, 2013

Target is comitting only sustainable and traceable seafood products bu 2015 with the Help of Fish Wise. Last year, Target was the first major retailer to eliminate all farmed salmon from its stores. That move made waves in the agriculture and retail industries, sending a strong message of commitment to the long-term sustainability of our […]

Eating Out: From Bad to Worse

Eating Out: From Bad to Worse

May 25, 2013

Most people believe fast food would be the reason for this country’s obesity and food-related health woes. Perhaps surprisingly, however, many restaurants regularly serve up food that put the worst fast food menu items to shame when it comes to factors such as fat, calories and sodium. The following comparison illustrates the differences in unhealthiness […]