Nutrition

Eating Your Emotions

Emotional eating is a behavior we’re taught to avoid or extinguish, but I’d argue that it’s actually a normal part of life. At times, food can be a celebration, a ...

0 Comments

Maple Roasted Squash Salad

This warm roasted squash salad is a great side dish to bring to a party or family dinner. It’s easy to prepare, full of nutrients, and packed with flavor. Prep time: 5 ...

0 Comments

Persimmon Blood Orange Mimosas 

A unique twist on the traditional mimosa, this cocktail screams holiday. It’s light and fruity and won’t feel heavy when enjoying an abundance of food. The ...

0 Comments

Thanksgiving Pumpkin Cheese Board

Pumpkin season isn’t over yet! Thanksgiving is the original holiday to celebrate that delicious fall flavor, and this pumpkin cheese board is the perfect starter to the ...

0 Comments

The Truth about Sugar and Diabetes

The statements above are the most common myths we hear about diabetes in our office. Misconceptions like these often get perpetuated at the time of diagnosis through umbrella ...

0 Comments

Important Facts about Protein

WHY IT’S IMPORTANT Every food is made up of a combination of three essential macronutrients: protein, carbohydrates, and fat. While all three have their own unique roles, ...

0 Comments

Low-Calorie Game Day Favorites

Football season leads right into the holidays, and sometimes it seems like we might as well give up on eating healthfully until the new year. Give these recipes a try for a ...

0 Comments

Autumn Veggie Power Bowl

When the leaves start falling and the air is cool, the veggie season changes, but your eating habits don’t have to. This power bowl is packed with vegetables you can find ...

0 Comments

Tricks For Managing Halloween Treats

Halloween may kick off a series of sugar rushes and crashes for your family. Many parents approach trick-or-treating with mixed emotions, partly excited for all the goodies ...

0 Comments