The ingredients list is the single post powerful tool you have for making healthful food choices at the grocery store. But it’s important to be able to read it correctly. Continue Reading The single most important thing you need to know when reading food labels
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Masked by many names, sugar quietly and dangerously hides in our diets. Continue Reading Where Sugar Hides: The Dangers of Hidden Sugar
This Farro with Spinach, Basil, Lemon, and Pine nuts can be made as a vegan or vegetarian main dish or as a side dish. It comprises all the best Italian flavors in a bowl, and it’s even “kid-approved!” Continue Reading Farro with Spinach, Lemon, Basil, and Pine Nuts
Making major changes to your eating habits takes patience and work. Getting your family on board is a great way to help everyone eat healthier. But it’s not always easy! Continue Reading Convincing Your Family To Go Unprocessed (and BBQ Veggie & Rice Bowls)
I’m not talking about supper club potlucks, I’m talking about six people in the kitchen, making dinner. Together. Continue Reading Start a Cooking Club
“Natural” is an essentially meaningless, largely unregulated term in the food industry. Continue Reading “Natural” is meaningless
Most recommendations are that you eat less than 2,400mg of sodium per day (that’s about one level teaspoon of table salt), so if you eat about as many milligrams as you eat in calories each day, you’re doing pretty well. Continue Reading Is this food high in Sodium?
Diane Eblin encourages people to eat real food by shopping for “ingredients, not food.” Today she offers some ideas to help if you’re making changes in your diet, whether by choice or necessity. Continue Reading Let’s Get Creative