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10 Easy Ways to Use Less Plastic The year was 2003. I was a junior in college studying abroad in Granada, Spain. Being the coffee-loving American college student I was,…

The first time I saw the word “hygge” pop up in my social media feed I thought it was a big buttery roll of unhealthy food. I have no idea…

Superfoods, like chia seeds, flax seeds, goji berries and more, are becoming commonplace in kitchens across the world. Now that we all know what they are and why we should…

People often ask me what’s the best way to store a green smoothie or juice for later. Fresh is always best, but I also love the idea of making a…

This month marks the two-year anniversary of the documentary film Fat, Sick & Nearly Dead and if you’ve never seen it, you’re missing out on a great story that could…

1. Julienne Peeler Key for making quick work of turning things like carrots, beets, apples, jicama and more into matchstick size bites. You can even use it to turn zucchini…

Hi friends! Today I’m sharing five very simple things that you can have in your home to keep it healthy & safe. I consider all five of these things completely…

Vinegar is nature’s answer to harsh chemicals and toxic cleaners. It’s also a gem in the culinary world and really good for your body. There are 1000s of uses for…

Most of us go to great lengths to make healthy choices – we read labels, give up old habits, learn to prepare meals, etc. But one thing often overlooked is…

Making sense of organic food labeling can be a challenge. And the truth is that many consumers don’t understand the significance of the USDA Organic label. The good news is…

Spices are essential to any healthy kitchen. They add flavor without adding fat and calories, change a recipe into an entirely different dish, and provide an array of nutrients for…

Understanding the produce labels in your local markets will help you understand how your food was grown. The International Federation of Produce Coding standardized the Price Look Up (PLU) codes…

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