This makes for a delicious, light dessert that is rich in antioxidants and feel-good ingredients.
This is a great upgrade on cheese and crackers and is super easy to make. It can also be a great app to serve at your next party!
“You gotta nourish to flourish.”
As a dietitian, I often get asked about my own eating habits and the “food rules” I live by. I struggle with my response for two reasons:
- I hate rules, especially when it comes to food. It is important to reframe them as guidelines or practices.
- It doesn’t really matter what I eat. What matters is what YOUR body wants you to eat.
As the buzz around intermittent fasting (IF) grows, by now you’ve probably heard a bit about this trendy eating plan. Maybe you even have a friend who swears by it for its health and weight loss benefits. But what is it really? And, most importantly, do you have to starve yourself to try it?
This is one of my favorite recipes, any time of year! It’s a refreshing low-carb way to get some good veggies in alongside some healthy fats.
These bars make for a perfect on-the-go breakfast. They are chocked full of seeds, almond butter, and protein powder making them a great start to your day (or for a snack later on).
Fatty fish, like salmon, are nutrient powerhouses full of anti-inflammatory omega-3 fatty acids! Which is especially important for heart health. Throw in some antioxidant-rich broccoli and you have yourself a deliciously nutritious meal.
No need to wait until your next sushi date to enjoy this delicious, nutrient-rich Japanese salad. Try your hand at it at home!
“Hardiness is the courage to grow from stress.”
– Salvatore Maddi, Psychologist at the University of Chicago
For so long, the mindset around stress was to just not. And that meant avoiding it, lessening it, or getting rid of it. Afterall, this is the stuff heart attacks are made of, right??
This cozy drink, rich in anti-inflammatory properties is the percet way to give your digestive and immune systems a boost this winter!