A non-diet approach to wellness using the mind-body connection to listen and respond to your body’s needs.
Nutrition can be “right” in many different ways — take time to learn what may work for your unique needs.
Protein, fiber, and healthy fats increase satiety and help you feel full longer. Try this nutrient-packed dip with fresh crudité or pita.
While COVID-19 may have changed our eating (out) patterns, quarantine weight gain has been a real thing for some. Thinking of starting a diet?
Are you cooking to meet a range of dietary needs in your household? Try this simple salad that includes plenty of leafy greens and lean protein with a punch of flavor from quick homemade chimichurri – all “approved” on many popular diets.
Kitchen Clutter – can you Marie Kondo your way to a better diet?
These adorable reindeer are fun for kids of all ages — and we’re using the term “kid” loosely — to make. Take a break from gingerbread making and cookie decorating to try this healthy holiday snack that’s almost too cute to eat!
Is nutritional yeast that secret ingredient you might be missing in your plant-based recipes?
Nutritional yeast is a unique protein-rich ingredient that lends the cheesy flavor to this modern take on macaroni and cheese. Adding sweet potatoes and kale boost the fiber and antioxidant content making this a hearty vegetarian entrée or side dish at your holiday table.
Consider giving your menus a healthier twist by putting plants first! You can still enjoy the comfort foods associated with the holidays while incorporating a more plant-forward approach.
Consumer searches on supplements to boost immunity have spiked in the past few months, but can herbal supplements really “boost” immunity?
Warm up and prevent the sniffles with this immune-supporting soup. Bright orange carrots provide a punch of Vitamin A, while the curcumin in turmeric fights inflammation. Enjoy this hearty soup in the middle of cold and flu season to give your immune system a little TLC.