Stay well this season with a little planning and a few good strategies
These easy homemade flourless cookies a great edible gift for the holidays!
Give the gift of wellness this holiday season
As we reflect on Native American Heritage Month this year, it is important to center long-ignored indigenous voices – people whose ancestors promoted and practiced resilient agricultural techniques like the three sisters for eons.
As we celebrate the rich culinary history of the indigenous peoples of the Americas, we’re highlighting three recipes that use the famed “three sisters” – corn, beans, and squash.
Meet a generation of activists that have taken up the cause of restoring indigenous foodways and farming techniques. The movement is broad and diverse, with chefs, farmers, and even not-for-profit organizations working from many angles toward common goals.
Gathering around the holiday table with family and friends is good for your health.
Put plants first on your table with our top tips for plant-iful holiday meals.
Put a plant-based twist on traditional holiday au gratin potatoes.
Sip slowly and savor this caffeine-free chamomile latte.
Caffeinated beverages hinder hydration — or do they? Our dietitians break down the buzz.
Follow these five ways to keep you energized and feeling your best – without the caffeine.