I hope that many of you who started New Year’s resolutions to eat healthy, exercise, and live an active lifestyle have kept it up these past two months! I know several people who didn’t get a great
Eat your greens!
You have probably heard this all your life. Fresh vegetables — especially dark green leafy vegetables — are ridiculously good for you. They give you strong bones and muscles, reduce your risk of cancer and make you
February is the perfect time to talk about the heart. Not the heart in the sense of love and relationships, but in the literal sense. It’s American Heart Month, the goal of which is to get people to think more about their own heart and
In case you missed it, fall officially began on Sunday! I don’t know about you, but for me fall is a beautiful season of comfort and chaos. It seems I cook more, I try to get more done in the day before the night begins to creep up earlier and earlier, and I tend to spend more time with family and friends – it’s busy, but I love it. Unfortunately, with that combination of comfort and chaos often comes a bit of weight gain
Pitaya, aka dragon fruit, is a unique looking fruit that’s native to the Americas. It has a mildly sweet taste and small seeds that resemble those of kiwis. It is rich in vitamin C, magnesium, and B vitamins. Add to that a nice dose of
In many cultures around the world, fermented (or cultured) foods are common. From sauerkraut in Europe to kimchi in Korea to kombucha in China, fermented foods have had a long history and some of these are only now