Bone Broth has been around for centuries. It is a healing elixir that restores vital amino acids and helps to rebuild gut health. It aids in sleep, digestion, weight loss and it helps to promote healthy skin, hair, nails. It supports joint and bone health, it aids in muscle pain, helps to hydrate and it is a great way to boost our immune system.
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.
Unlike processed salt, our sea salt is made from the pristine waters of Duxbury Bay, MA. It is home to 40 million oysters whose main job is to clean the water. And, different seasons bring different mineral content which creates flavorful, pure salt.
Take heart, all of you dealing with picky eaters at home. While I was a picky kid, I managed to grow up to a healthy adult who interestingly went into the field of nutrition and wellness (my mother laughs every day over that one!) Oh, the irony!
Our resident health & wellness expert shares her top 5 tips for keeping off unwanted weight (both physically and mentally). But, there is no one-size-fits-all in creating your own unique, personalized recipe for total body wellness - it takes trial and error.
Here are a few delicious ways for you to surprise mom on Sunday with the gift of clean, healthy nutrition. She spends a lot of time nourishing your body, mind and soul every day - this weekend is the perfect time to send a little bit of love and TLC back in mom's direction. Happy Mother's Day to all of the moms in our community!
Our friends at Island Creek Oysters (Duxbury, MA) introduce us to their favorite "mother farmer", Cara Joly, in honor of Mother's Day Weekend. Bonus: you can still place orders for Joly oysters (Dennis, MA) in time for the big day.
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.
“Food is more than what you find on your plate. Healthy relationships, regular physical activity, a fulfilling career and a spiritual practice can fill your soul and satisfy your hunger for life. When primary food is balanced and satiated, your life feeds you, making what you eat secondary.”– Joshua Rosenthal, IIN
Weekend brunch at home (or, lunch, if you completely spaced on daylight savings time like we almost did) can be beautiful, delicious AND healthy (and not super complicated).