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Core expert Mark Schatzker reveals the top five reasons craft beer can be a healthy indulgence. Find out what separates quality, small-batch beer from macro beer that’s produced on an industrial scale.
Core expert Mark Schatzker reveals the three ingredients in beer that offer real health benefits including vitamins and flavonoids. Plus, find out eight unhealthy ingredients to avoid when buying beer.
With hundreds of beer to choose from, how do you know which beers are best? Journalist and core expert Mark Schatzker explains what to look for and how to make beer a healthy part of your diet.
Mark Schatzker explains the calorie and taste differences between light and dark beers and which beers to try if you’re new to craft beers. Then, see why you shouldn’t treat light beer as a free pass for excess drinking.
Do you know how your condiments are made? Chef Julia Collin Davison breaks it all down and reveals which type of ketchup is the healthiest choice. Plus, learn how to make a healthy and quick pickle relish at home.
Chef Julia Collin Davison reveals what’s really inside mustard and which one has the fewest calories and lowest sodium.
Joe Wicks, author of Lean in 15, exposes the ingredients behind powdered lemonade and then shows Dr. Oz how to make fresh, low-calorie lemonade without additives or sugar.
Author Joe Wicks explains how mint adds a boost of flavor in lemonade so you don’t need to add sweetener. Then, find out what’s wrong with today’s iced tea and how to make your own at home.
With drug prices rising, you can hardly afford to be sick. We go undercover to reveal the drastic price differences for the exact...