Mushroom Coffee: Does the Hype Live Up to Its Health Benefits?

A cup of mushroom coffee.

If you're on the hunt for a more health-conscious coffee option, mushroom coffee is increasingly becoming the preferred brew of choice. (Image: Gulsina Shaina via Dreamstime)

Did You Know Mushrooms Have Their Own Language?

Closeup of mushrooms growing on the forest floor in autumn.

There are countless reasons to immerse yourself in the educational and entertaining aspects of mushroom foraging, so what's stopping you from diving in? Learn how you can begin this exciting journey. (Image: Zafon404 via Dreamstime)

6 Foods That Boost Immunity in Winter

A plate of roasted vegetables on a napkin on a table.

Eating vegetables every day is one way you can help enhance the body's immunity during the winter months. (Image: Bhofack2 via Dreamstime)

Traditional Chinese Medicine: 5 Foods Recommended for Women

Chinese wild yams.

Chinese yams are rich in proteins, vitamins B, C, and E, glucose, more than ten kinds of amino acids, and trace elements, as well as many minerals. (Image: 1768636 via Maxpixel)

Easy Fried Bean Sprouts

Fried Bean Sprouts with prawns.

Sprouts can cleanse the liver and are good for eyesight. (Image: Jenny Lowvia via Nspirement)

Pandemic Hobby: Growing Mushrooms

King oyster mushrooms with green herbs in a basket.

The texture of oyster mushrooms is dense and velvety. (Image: Nataliia Mysak via Dreamstime)

Foods That Nourish You in Autumn


Honey can treat coughs, nourish the lungs, and moisten the skin. (Image: stevepb via Pixabay)

Selenium: The Much-Needed Antioxidant Element for Detoxification and Protection

Cloves of garlic.

Foods like onions, garlic, excess red meat, spicy foods, and processed foods may increase body odor.  (Image: congerdesign via Pixabay)

Winter Melon Is Good for Weight Loss and Is an Antioxidant

Winter melons growing on racks.

Despite its name, winter melon is tasty treat in the summer. (Image: Screenshot via YouTube)

7 Foods From China You Should Avoid Eating