These easy, tasty recipes will warm your body and soul
By Meggan Hill for Next Avenue
Just as autumn has a traditional color palette, classic tastes are also associated with the season: rich pumpkin, tart cranberry, comforting apple and distinctive cinnamon, nutmeg and ginger.
The three recipes below wrap fall’s flavors in wonderfully-scented,
New research provides more good news for those who love their java
By Rita Rubin for Next AvenueTwo recent large studies suggest it might have been coffee that bubbled from the fountain of youth.
Both studies, one conducted in the United States, one across 10 European countries, found that people who drank even a single cup of coffee a day
Here’s the latest research on smart food choices as we age
How obsessing over protein could be harmful to your health
If you’re like me, you often find yourself confused by how many health headlines contradict one another. Lately, I’ve found this to be true where protein is concerned, particularly the protein needs of adults aged
You don’t have to give up all the flavor if you use a “sliding scale of decadence”
By Joanna Pruess for Next Avenue
Do you long to eat favorite foods from your youth without a side order of guilt? With creative tweaking, chocolaty brownies, creamy scalloped potatoes, hearty meatloaf, green bean-mushroom casserole with fried onions and other comfort foods can
Research on animals suggests we could improve humans’ healthy lifespan
By Felipe Sierra for Next Avenue
Editor’s note: This article is part of Next Avenue’s 2015 Influencers in Aging project honoring 50 people changing how we age and think about aging.
No, we cannot “prevent aging”… but what if we could delay it?
Unfortunately, the deterioration
Here’s how to make the best Fourth of July cookout ever
By Maureen Callahan for Next Avenue
It may be the favorite way to cook on hot summer days, but experts say the high heat of grilling can produce cancer-causing compounds that are dangerous to your health.
But with the 4th of July nearing, don’t ditch