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The changing season means pumpkin-spiced everything, apples galore, and more — but when you have IBD, are some of these fall favorites better for your gut than others?
Before you start chowing down on pumpkin seeds this season, learn all about the pros — and cons — of adding them to your diet.
Fiber helps lower cholesterol and blood sugar, and is key to good digestion. Yet most Americans get far from the recomended daily amount.
It’s hard to say goodbye to the fresh flavors of summer, but autumn ushers in a wealth of healthy and flavorful seasonal foods as well. Check out our favorite fall fruits and vegetables.
Hard cider labels are required to include the number of grams of sugar per serving, but they don't have to distinguish between natural and added sugars.
If you're following a gluten-free diet, you can still enjoy the bread basket during the holidays by making these easy gluten-free biscuits.
Now you can enjoy the delicious flavors of pumpkin roll for the holidays, even if you’re gluten-free.
Not only is it delicious roasted, in fry form, as a soup, and even as brownies, but it’s packed with nutrients.
These delicious gluten-free chocolate chip cookies are good year-round, but are especially helpful in the fall at school time, when your children need flour-free treats for school activities.
Combining our love of pumpkin with the crunch of toffee bars, these little desserts are great for fall – but you might love them so much, you bake them other times of the year, too!