A Healthy Date Night Recipe: Lamb Steak with Olive Salsa

Deciding what to make for dinner can be exhausting—so many options, so little time! Especially when it comes to picking a recipe for date night (and it gets even harder when you want to make a healthy meal). But thankfully the Food Network Magazine’s cookbook, The Best & Lightest, does all the work for us. They’ve lightened up all […]

Einkorn’s Ginger Cookie Recipe

Ancient grains seem to be everywhere these days, led by quinoa which took the world by storm. But now it’s einkorn’s turn in the sun. Einkorn is the only wheat that has remained unaltered for thousands of years and has never been hybridized or modified. It has low-levels of gluten, so it’s perfect for those […]

Mark Bittman: Rethinking the Word “Foodie”

An excerpt from Mark Bittman’s ‘A Bone to Pick,’ featuring his most memorable op-ed columns from The New York Times. We found his take — on a word that has become ubiquitous not only in the food world, but at dinner tables with friends — really interesting and wanted to share this piece from his […]

Drink Tea Instead of Coffee

Make the switch. C'mon, you can do it. Even just for a week to see how you feel. Your heart will thank you. Emerging science on the substances in tea suggest that it may reduce cancer risk, promote weight loss and bone health and improve glycemic control. While the science on these issues isn’t settled, they’re a nice bonus to the already long list of reasons to drink tea.

Why Sugar-Free Is Bad for You

When your groceries are labeled “low-fat,” “sugar-free,” and even “natural” and “antibiotic-free,” you might assume that you’re making healthy choices. Yet even some of these seemingly wholesome offerings contain chemical preservatives, pesticides, and artificial flavoring and coloring that negatively affect your health.

20 Ways to Eat Chia Seeds

It's as simple as adding salt and pepper to your favorite foods.

You've heard that chia seeds are good for you. Better than good for you, they're some kind of "super food" full of omega-3s, fiber, protein, antioxidants, and other vitality-boosting ingredients. But how do you eat these tiny seeds, by the spoonful? Here are has 20 ways to eat chia seeds - all as easy as adding salt and pepper to your favorite foods.

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