Control What You Can with an Eating Plan

As we all try to navigate a new way of working, living and socializing, we still need to take care of ourselves. Trying to put up resistance by keeping your distance means stay at home and don’t roam. So what

Why Omega-3s Should Be Part of Your #HEALTHYSELFIE

The health-related benefits from consuming omega-3 fats are nothing new.  For the past few decades, health and nutrition experts have advised that we should increase our intake of omega-3s because of their anti-inflammatory benefits.  More recently, research shows that omega-3s

Sustainable at the Store, In Your Kitchen and at the Table

Shopping, preparing and eating foods in an environmentally conscious way is good for our self, our wallet and planetary health. Your food choices could center on foods you enjoy, foods that are available, foods you actually will eat and foods

Romancing the Plant: a Smart Start to Love Your Heart

Valentine’s Day is all about flowers, chocolate and love, but the entire of month of February is devoted to the heart. Show yourself and those you care about some love by being smart about what you put in the grocery

2020 Best Diets Review: Top Picks for Athletes

January is the month when many resolutions revolve around losing weight and getting healthy. It’s also the time when U.S. News and World Report publishes their annual rating of the best and worst diets. Many consumers turn to this list

Restock vs Detox

For most of us, January is the month to reset, regroup and focus on the year ahead. Oftentimes, the New Year’s resolutions to lose weight, exercise, get enough rest and work in time to destress fall by the wayside because

The Gift That Lifts

What do the holidays mean to you? Family time, delicious food, buying, wrapping and exchanging gifts, parties, festivities? Rather than send cards, we post pictures, view holiday commercials , listen to holiday music, watch others loading up carts at the

Fermentation Nation

Growing up, my dad always had a jar of sour dill pickles in the refrigerator. He enjoyed the crunch, and taste and also put more produce on his plate. The sour, briny flavors of sauerkraut, pickles and olives are great

Posh Squash

October signals the fall with beautiful leaves, crisp air, Halloween and of course pumpkins. My favorite color is orange not just to wear but also to eat. Pumpkin is so incredibly versatile. It can be a key component of breakfast

Boost Your Nutrition Score with More

Inspired by 2 recent trips to the Central Valley in California , I am sharing a  recipe that combines pantry staples in a delicious and nutritious way to help you boost your produce and add some pow to the palate.