First of all, congratulations. You made it through the month! As we say goodbye to October and the useful framework that Andrew created, here are my two best tips to keep you on track for wholesome eating moving forward. Continue Reading What Lucille Ball Can Teach Us About Healthy Eating
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We know the United States has a problem with ultra-processed foods, and we can point to the well-documented health effects of overconsuming these foods. If the food industry wants to hijack and reframe the dialogue on processed foods, it is important for health advocates to have an alternate strategy that clearly communicates the importance of making room for whole, unprocessed foods. Continue Reading Do you know the difference between processed and ULTRA-processed?
Let’s say we fill a pint glass with water, or about 16 ounces. Now, foolishly enough, add 5 grams of butter to that glass. Delicious. Continue Reading Math and Food: A Thought Experiment
Fresh pasta is delicious, but it’s not always the best choice for every recipe. Pasta is not pasta. Fresh pasta isn’t necessarily interchangeable with dried pasta. There’s a reason Italians love both versions. Continue Reading I’m Bull on Durum Wheat Pasta (and Chantarelle Bucatini)
When my friend Katie began her unprocessed journey almost a decade ago, she had no idea how integrated her food choices were with her well-being. She discovered that her dietary decisions are a reflection of the state of her body, heart, and soul. Read on for her story… Continue Reading Food for Healing – Body, Heart, and Soul (and Almond-Crusted Curry Chicken Wraps)
There’s just something downright nasty about the word “consumption.” It implies that we’re never satisfied, that we never have enough, that we’re all just here to take and take and take. Is that the best inspiration we can muster? Continue Reading Inspiring Enough
I failed at October Unprocessed this month. Yep, I didn’t make it. Continue Reading “Failing” at #Unprocessed
Kids can enjoy Halloween without stuffing their faces or making it all about the candy. Their childhood won’t be ruined. They won’t turn all binge-y and weird and scarf every multicolored sugar nugget the minute they get the chance. Really. They won’t. That’s a myth. Continue Reading It’s OK. Limiting candy won’t ruin childhood.