Eating foods that support your health doesn’t have to break the bank – keep things simple and get back to the basics.
Build a breakfast that spices up your favorite breakfast or gets you thinking outside the traditional breakfast box.
Starting your day with breakfast will help you maintain your energy throughout the rest of the day.
Nourish your body and boost your productivity with these ten foods.
Mocktails − the perfect solution to enjoy a refreshing and flavorful drink without the buzz of alcohol.
Take time to enjoy the fresh air while grilling up plant-forward recipes that are sure to be new favorites.
Enjoy all that these warmer months have to offer and use these strategies to nourish yourself, and guests, while keeping it fun.
Skip the overpriced (and underwhelming) airport food and pack your bags with these foods that travel well.
Local and seasonal cooking has been trending for quite some time — and it’s one craze that we can get behind!
Choosing more plant proteins will benefit your health and the environment.
The foods we eat affect our carbon footprint. Find out what you can do to curb your impact.
The benefits of eating more plant-based foods are wide-ranging – consider these small changes to nourish yourself and protect the planet we all share.
It’s not all or nothing when it comes to adding plant-based meals – choose what works for you.
Plan ahead for nourishing snacks ahead of time with these top tips.
Try your hand at adding new spices to elevate the savor factor of your next meal.
How you treat your body – from fueling to moving to resting − may help you navigate your to-do list.
It’s time to forgo food rules and reclaim your body’s innate ability to signal what foods you need.
Our simple tips to help you navigate the holidays from a place of mindfulness and peace.
Next time you feel like Scrooge, tame your tension with these holiday-inspired foods and drinks.
Struggling to get adequate sleep? These 7 eating shifts support more restful sleep.
Read our kitchen tips to help you to stop wasting food and keep money in your pocket.
Whether it’s blending vegetables or going full veg, here are creative ways to add plants to your grill.
Plain water isn’t the only healthy way to stay hydrated. Here are some fun and creative ways to help you meet your fluid needs.
Feeling down? Here are seven research-backed eating habits to improve your mood with food.
Reduce narrow selective attention and expand your view on health
Research shows that our gut microbiome — the community of bacteria that reside in our digestive tract, primarily the small intestine — is linked to everything from acne and eczema to diabetes and a strong immune system.
Choosing foods that best support your health and well-being may feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Achieving a healthy relationship with food and feeling like your best self can be done with these three strategies.
Tuning into your sense while eating is one way to be a more intuitive eater. Learn the simple technique of mindful eating and the impact it can have on creating a healthy relationship with food.
Most of us experience a host of challenges to our wellness goals during the holidays. We’re crunched for time, (maybe) stressing over how to navigate gatherings, shopping, and other activities. Consider these tips for navigating the holidays nutritiously.
Gone are the days of boring steamed broccoli or boiled Brussels sprouts as the way to cook your vegetables. It’s time to get creative in the kitchen.
Eating a healthy plant-based or plant-forward diet is as simple as adjusting the amount of meat you consume while enjoying a wide variety of plants.
Brush up on the basics of how to store and reheat foods safely.
Don’t let burnout keep you from a home-cooked meal. Here are tips to cure even the worst cases of cooking burnout.
Are you experiencing a curve in your (life’s) road? Instead of letting change derail you, put these simple strategies in place to set yourself up for success.
Although snacking is perfectly healthy and a great way to hold off hunger, it can easily become a habit out of necessity. Make a plan to snack smart!
It’s easy to let your healthy habits slide as you go into relaxation mode, but you don’t have to miss out on the flavors of summer to stay on track.
Foods and beverages affect hydration in different ways, depending on factors such as water content and other ingredients. Use this quick guide to determine how your food or beverage choices affect hydration.
It can be hard to decipher between sound advice and a total time waster. (Not to mention, wallet buster.) There are a few simple ways to weed out the good advice.
Building and maintaining healthy habits in the face of life’s curveballs can be very challenging. Use this formula for tiny changes that add up.
Turns out, the secret to health and wellness may be a “choose-your-own adventure” story. Learn more about how you can personalize your plate for sustainable changes to dietary behavior.
When New Year’s Resolutions have a (sad) history of failure, why do we keep attempting sweeping changes? Perhaps setting your sights on something smaller will lead to bigger results in the long run.
A non-diet approach to wellness using the mind-body connection to listen and respond to your body’s needs.
While you can’t completely avoid germs, there are many ways to amp up your immune system so your body is ready to fight back.
Let’s be real: When life gets overwhelming, it’s much easier to reach for a candy bar than it is a bowl of vegetables.
As some areas of the country start to open up, eating out (safely) may be back on the table. Here are a few things to look for when eating away from home.
Understand how calories, nutrients, portion sizes, and having a plan play a role in helping you to achieve a healthy relationship with food
Good marketing, combined with the number of nutrition supplements available on the market, may have you wondering if it’s possible to ditch eating a healthy diet and, instead, get the nutrients you need from pills and powders.
Green smoothies, green juice, and “shots” of greens are a go-to breakfast, snack, or post-workout drink for many health enthusiasts.
Americans are consuming nearly 150 pounds of added sugar per year — that’s approximately 42 teaspoons per day!
Anti-inflammatory has become a buzzword in the wellness world in recent years. Why are we all so obsessed with fighting inflammation?
Good fat, bad fat, no fat, low-fat, butter, margarine, olive oil — is your head spinning yet?
When it comes to getting healthy, what’s the first thing that comes to mind? For many, nutrition and what we eat is at the forefront of wellness. But what if we told you that’s only part of the picture?
The change of seasons always feels like a good time to reflect and renew any wellness goals, doesn’t it? But it can also mean a shift in your daily routine.
Imagine a table filled with freshly caught fish topped with bright green herbs, platters of vibrantly colored vegetables, and a simple bulgur salad lightly tossed in a fragrant citrus and olive oil dressing. Sitting around that table are your closest family and friends, breathing in the sea air and lingering over the meal with great conversation and lots of laughter. Sounds like vacation, right? For those living near the Mediterranean Sea, this is just a typical evening.
When talking about heart disease prevention, often the focus is on what you shouldn’t eat: red meat, cheese, salt, too much alcohol. While removing these foods from your diet can reduce your risk of heart disease, emphasizing what you can add to your plate to better your heart is just as important – and a lot more fun.
It is well established that the billions of bacteria that reside in your gut are important for digestive health. In recent years, though, scientists have discovered that the state of health in your gut may be a window into your overall health status and risk for certain diseases down the road.
Probiotics have gotten a lot of attention in recent years as helping lay a foundation for a healthy gut. They’ve infiltrated their way into our grocery stores, and supplement makers may have you wondering if a little probiotic pill is the secret to feeling great.
Long, care-free days by the pool, popsicles, and bare feet — don’t you wish summer days could stretch into infinity?
In recent years, sugar has been deemed a major contributor to our nation’s obesity crisis, along with other health conditions. It’s true that added sugars add empty calories to one’s diet, and few of us need more of those!
Eating a variety of colorful plant foods not only adds variety and texture to each meal, it has been linked to reduced risk of chronic disease, better aging, and general health and wellness.
When it comes to cancer, the stats are scary — one in two men and one in three women will get cancer sometime in their life. While that reality is daunting, don’t let it make you feel powerless.
Imagine cozying up on the couch on a cold day with a steaming cup of tea — just the thought of that is relaxing, isn’t it?
Happy New Year! A fresh, new year, full of promise, resplendent with opportunity…rife with anxiety. Let’s admit it: Many of the resolutions we all set in the New Year are goals we set every year.
Steamed broccoli is so boring, and you just can’t look at another salad. You’re about ready to smother your vegetables in butter and cheese and call it a day. Does this sound familiar?
Research shows that when comparing dietary patterns that work for weight management, there is one commonality: they emphasize whole foods and include lots of plants.
Making smart nutrition choices starts with an understanding of the basics.
Learning to cook with herbs and spices not only expands your culinary repertoire, it’s also a great way to boost flavor without adding salt.
The average American adult consumes 22 teaspoons of added sugar per day, which translates into almost 300 extra calories. Most of this sugar comes from soda and other sweetened beverages. So how much is too much?
From holiday parties and family celebrations to shopping trips and end-of-semester traditions, the six weeks between Thanksgiving and New Year’s can feel like one marathon celebration. Pair that with all of the tempting holiday foods and drinks that are everywhere you turn, and it’s easy to see how the average American gains between one to five pounds during the holiday season – many of which unfortunately will stick around after the ball drops on New Year’s Eve.
It has been well established that plant foods are part of a healthy diet.