Nutrition & Recipes Nutrition and Recipes Resources

Looking for a healthy meal that will delight your senses and help you find lightness in the body? Look no further. The Vedic Chef shares his secrets on how to make three vegan and gluten-free meals: kitchari, steamed coconuts with goji berry sauce, and Chinese style zucchini.Read More
As a health-conscious parent, it’s easy to walk through a school cafeteria and cringe at the choices available to kids. From Lunchable, artificially-made, peanut butter and jelly sandwiches to cups of fruit floating in water, it may seem that the healthy habits you’re teaching at home cannot be...Read More
You've heard it from mom and many others over the years because it's true: breakfast is the most important meal of the day. To pack your day with power and punch, load up with nutrients first thing in the a.m. Here are five easy recipes to try.Read More
One way to counteract the hot summer days is to include more juicy, cooling foods in your diet, and limit heating foods. Learn which foods are cool in nature, which are hot, and find three easy, cooling summer recipes perfect for stand-alone dishes or together as a well-balanced meal.Read More
Pregnant women receive so much conflicting and unsolicited advice when it comes to nutrition—they end up not knowing what to eat or what to avoid. Here's how to get your full dose of nutrients during pregnancy to support normal development for the baby.Read More
Take your next meal with you to the beach, park, or playground for a picnic the whole family will love. Here are four non-traditional picnic recipes that are full of color and flavor. So ditch the silverware and grab a blanket and some sunscreen, instead. These recipes only require fingers to lick and sunshine to enjoy.Read More
Wondering what to do with all that luscious and abundant summer produce? This time of year offers an array of fruit in peak season, like nectarines, peaches, apricots, strawberries, blackberries, and melons. When it’s easy to find produce in-season, it becomes easier to incorporate more plant-based...Read More
A healthy soup that's hearty and filling. Ingredients Cook and prep time does not include chicken option. A traditional barley soup is usually made with beef. For added flavor without the additional fat, add 3/4 cups diced uncooked chicken to this soup if you wish. Per 1¼-cup serving: ½ teaspoon...Read More

Pages