Your Guide to Healthy Eating

On a mission to improve your health? It all begins with the food you put in your body. You can exercise all you want, but if you’re not putting emphasis on healthy eating as a lifestyle, you won’t make strides.  Whether you want to lose weight, improve your health metrics, or just feel your best, revitalize your eating habits—with this guide packed with advice from nutritionists, holistic health coaches, and food aficionados—on how to eat your way to proper health.

It’s time to expand your berry repertoire—go beyond blueberries and strawberries and start enjoying goji berries. With a range of health benefits, these red and tart organic berries may be your new favorite.Read More
They might look, smell, and taste similar, but chlorella and spirulina are more like cousins than twins. Get to know how these algae are alike and what sets them apart.Read More
Breakfast is an important meal to include in your daily eating pattern. Just make sure it’s healthy, and you'll reap benefits ranging from better focus to an increased metabolism and feeling fuller.Read More
Fats are one of the essential building blocks you eat (in addition to proteins and carbohydrates). But that doesn’t mean that all fats are created equal.Read More
Many spices have been used through the years, but folklore and old wives’ tales don’t always equate to scientific proof of health benefits. Consider cinnamon.Read More
Your immune system is under constant attack from circulating germs. Give your body more than a fighting chance by feeding yourself these nine foods to keep your immune system strong naturally.Read More
It’s Winnie the Pooh’s favorite snack for good reason! Raw honey, in particular, is antimicrobial and antibacterial, has antibiotic properties, and gives you energy. Quick! To the grocery store!Read More
Fiber is one of the basic nutrients that your body needs. This roughage helps keep your digestive system running well, your microbiome humming along, and may even improve your mood!Read More
Cumin has an interesting history that spans food, culture, health, and folklore. Unsurprisingly, its centuries of medical applications are now backed up by scientific research. Learn how it can help you.Read More
Contrary to the beliefs of the past, eating fat does not make you fat. But quality and type of fat is important for other aspects of your health. Plant-based fats decrease your risk of a host of health issues. If you aren’t including them in your diet already, now is the time to start.Read More

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