Nutrition

Picky Palate

Picky Palate? Here’s How to Handle It!

I don’t eat pickles, mustard, clams, avocados, guacamole, veal, relish or salsa. I will not eat raw onions under any circumstances. I do not drink beer or cider. Honey mustard, cottage cheese and sour cream are on my no-can-do list.… read more

pineapple

Learn More About Pineapple

This juicy, subtly tangy and ever so sweet fruit has the honor of being the international symbol of hospitality since the colonial days. Aside from welcoming visitors at your door, pineapples are also overflowing with health benefits and vitamins. One… read more

smoothie bowls

Try These 3 Summer Smoothie Bowls!

Smoothie bowls are one of the biggest nutritional trends today, but why? The customizability of these bowls allows you to create the perfect smoothie based on the benefits you want to gain. Do you want an antioxidant-rich meal replacement? Add… read more

Sensational Salads

Building Sensational Salads For Health

Salads are often recommended as a healthy meal alternative for people who are trying to lose weight or just eat more balanced, nutritious meals. The problem? Many salads don’t fill people up, leaving them wanting more food, which can often… read more

Plant-Based Eating

The Power of Plant-Based Eating

My journey to living a plant-based eating lifestyle all began with a baby’s poopy diaper. A few years ago, my infant son began having bowel movement problems. At the time, I was breastfeeding and my pediatrician recommended cutting dairy out… read more

Flavored Waters

Flavored Waters: Fabulous or Fallacy?

Hydration is one of the foundations of good health. You can survive about eight weeks without food, but only about a week (in comfortable conditions) without water. Mild dehydration can cause fatigue, anxiety, headaches and hunger, while long-term dehydration can… read more

Why Should Strawberries Be In Your Diet?

From healthy breakfast smoothies to delicious chocolate covered desserts, strawberries have proven to be incredibly popular little fruits. In fact, according to the United States Department of Agriculture, the average person eats 4.85 pounds of fresh and frozen strawberries annually,… read more

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