Eating local is an important way to reduce our carbon footprint and support our local farms and communities. Locally grown food just tastes better...nutrient-dense and so incredibly fresh. When you know where your food comes from, you know more about your food and have a stronger connection to it.
I make sure to always get my daily servings in of fruit and vegetables but sometimes completely forget about my recommended intake of daily protein. Here are my top choices for incorporating more plant protein into your daily nutrition routine.
This Valentine's Smoothie Bowl recipe not only tastes amazing - it is loaded with vitamins and antioxidants from organic berries, healthy fats from nut butter and fiber & potassium from banana.
How can you return from vacation feeling as healthy as you did before you left? Stay active, stay hydrated, make healthy food choices and enjoy everything in moderation.
Anyone know what it is like to host a Thanksgiving dinner and not have a week’s worth of food leftover? If you are anything like me, you enjoy your Thanksgiving leftovers more than the actual meal itself.
Being a vegetable lover I automatically assumed that my children would love them as much as I do… boy was I wrong. Once my son could start communicating he would instantly let me know that anything green was not his thing. Over the past couple of years I have found some fool-proof ways to get my kids to eat vegetables … and actually enjoy them.