In honor of National Diabetes Day, here’s a deeper dive at how our world sees, eats, and lives with sugar!
Fall is my favorite season, especially living in New England with sunny days, cool, brisk autumn nights, vibrant foliage, apple and pumpkin picking, warm cider, hayrides and cozying up around the fireplace and of course delicious, versatile comforting produce…like pumpkins! Here are 9 ways to enjoy them.
Since you might be carving pumpkins this time of year, don’t forget that you can also eat them! Sugar pumpkins are the best for cooking, so I’m sharing a step-by-step guide.
Cranberries are one of my favorite fall foods, so I decided to add fresh ones to this classic juice for added antioxidants and amazing flavor. Try it out!
It’s National Mushroom Month this September so this is a perfect excuse to get in the kitchen and make one of my favorite mushroom recipes using our tried and true cashew cream. Mushrooms have been touted as miraculous and magical and while those words tend to be used as exaggerated health claims there are loads of nutritional benefits backed up by scientific evidence that mushrooms can proudly proclaim. Get the recipe and enjoy this healthy snack.
Looking for an easy and inexpensive meal the family will love? This recipe is your answer! It includes pulp from your favorite veggie juices, quinoa and beans that add a ton of protein and fiber, and it makes a large dish so you’ll have leftovers all week long.
I love going for walks with my family after dinner especially in the crisp, cool fall evenings. Filled with some of the best fall produce, this juice is great for an easy stroll if you’re needing something sweet after dinner.
Back to school means it’s time to Reboot your lunchbox! Not only for the kids, but you can upgrade yours too to make it easy to eat healthy (for cheap) all week long. Find out how with these helpful tips.
A few months back, butter made the cover of Time magazine. This once demonized ingredient thought to be at the root of our drastic rise in heart disease and other illnesses, is in comparison to other culprits, like margarine, being redeemed as not so bad after all. In other words, less of something real is better for you than more (or frankly, any) of something fake. Read on to reconsider how you sit down to your next meal.
Load up on your vitamin C with this refreshing smoothie recipe! Nope, it doesn’t have oranges in it. Kiwi has twice the amount of vitamin C as an orange. Get the recipe and give this mouthwatering smoothie a try.