This year, we’re celebrating Pride Month by highlighting LGBTQ+ organizations who are working to positively impact food systems both locally and nationally.
Take time to enjoy the fresh air while grilling up some new plant-forward favorites.
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.
Grilled dessert — why not? Grill up a sweet treat for Dad for Father’s Day!
Take advantage of peak peach season and hydrate with a refreshing frozen peach lassi.
Flavored “fancy” waters can shake up your hydration game, right?
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.
The connection between food and healthy aging has been well-established. More recently though, scientists have found a relationship between certain foods and how the brain functions even beyond early development in children.
Pesto can be made with almost any nut or seed one desires; this recipe uses pepitas. Toasting the pepitas releases their oils and deepens their flavor for a delicious take on the classic. Serve over whole wheat pasta thinned with a bit of pasta cooking water and topped with halved cherry tomatoes, torn fresh basil leaves, and a sprinkling of Parmesan.
Fresh vegetables with a side of preventative medicine. Learn how to reap the benefits of gardening.
Incorporate homegrown or local zucchini into your breakfast or lunch routine with these zucchini and chickpea fritters. Served warm, enjoy these fritters as-is, with a drizzle of yogurt, or topped with a poached egg.
Sunshine? Check. Sunscreen? Check. Vitamin D? Check…out the latest buzz to learn about sunscreen and its role in your body’s intake of Vitamin D.