Orthorexia Nervosa: Can Healthy Eating Become Unhealthy?

In pursuit of better health, one of the first things we’re likely to do is to identify strategies for healthier eating. While we may or may not be working toward weight loss, we look for ways to incorporate more whole, less processed foods like fruits, vegetables,...

New Foods for the New Year

In this first month of the year, our thoughts are often on improving ourselves and our health. These improvements tend to focus on the “bad” habits or foods that need to be eliminated. There are certainly things in our lives and diets that our bodies would be better...

“Spiralizing” Technique: Get Creative with Your Veggies

Are you looking for creative ways to get more vegetables in your diet? Are you eating Paleo or low carbohydrate, but missing eating your favorite pasta dishes? If you said yes to either of these questions then you may want to try “spiralizing” your vegetables....

A Burst of Citrus Recipe: Winter Citrus Salad with Mint

Winter meals are hearty and satisfying, but can leave a desire for something bright and fresh to balance out the flavors and textures. Citrus fruits such as lemons, oranges, and grapefruits are juiciest, sweetest and freshest during the winter months. In the past,...

Boost Your Winter Wellness with Beets

Winter farmers markets in the Seattle area are brimming full of these beautiful, nutritious, vibrantly colored root vegetables – beets! Packed with potassium, magnesium, fiber, phosphorus, iron, vitamins A, B, C, beta carotene, folic acid, and antioxidants,...

Add Some Color to Your Winter Menus With Root Veggies

Root vegetables come in a variety of colors, textures, and flavors to brighten up your meal this Fall and Winter. Not only are these foods pretty to look at, but they are relatively low in calories compared to grains while providing a variety of important nutrients....

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