Articles Posted in the Healthy Eating Category
Nutritious and delicious! Using this gluten free pasta alternative we’ve got a great whole food, unprocessed, seasonal dinner recipe. All hail the Spaghetti Squash!
You’ve heard it a million times: Drink at least Eight 8oz glasses of water per day. Is that the right amount for everyone? What other strategies are there for staying properly hydrated? Let’s look at one of the foundations of wellness: Hydration.
The fruits of this season’s soil are a true harvest of some of the most colorful and flavorful ingredients of the year. Get inspired in the kitchen and in the community for this time of gratitude!
Squash is an autumn favorite—gracing farm stands and harvest dinners with a cornucopia of color and character.
Enjoy this simply seasonal meal. It will truly be a welcomed dish for any October gathering. Check out this reader recipe from Paige Jenkins!
This soup is a nice balance of summer and autumn as it uses the lingering summer crops of squash, corn and peppers mixed harmoniously with the warmth from the jalapeños and stove top. Try this recipe today!
Every pantry should always have nutritious staples to whip together a meal, satisfy a snack craving and remedy a weak immune system. Read Christina Ross’s recommended list to stock for balance and satisfaction.
Meet our newest Featured Soul, Ronnie Landis. He is a man on a mission to contribute to the uplifting of our planet through helping others make radical shifts in their health and food choices.
When we are savvy and we sow seeds in August, fall’s cruciferous crops get off to a healthy enough start to withstand frigid winter weather.
Kale is a nutritional powerhouse, containing loads of nutrients. You can grow your own in a raised bed, a bucket, a canvas grow bag or a plot in the yard. Mid-summer is the best time to plant kale, so go ahead and get it growing!