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Community Gardening for Fun And Produce


There are a million reasons to grow your own food. It’s fun, it’s empowering, you get to spend time outside, and you’ll probably imp... Continue reading
True or False: Antioxidants Are Good For You


Antioxidants‑those wonderful nutrients that you find in blueberries, or green tea, or high dose capsules from the health food shop. The ones that ca... Continue reading
True or False: Organic Fruit & Vegetables are Better For You (and The Environment)


People often perceive food that is labeled “organic” to be healthier, more “natural,” and better for the environment than conv... Continue reading
8 Cuts of Meat You’ve Never Tried But Should


When shopping for meat, it’s easy to fall in a rut. Naturally, we gravitate toward the cuts we know and dearly love: chicken breasts, filet ... Continue reading
5 Generous Paleo-Friendly Holiday Gift Ideas


Whether you stick religiously to your diet over the holidays or work in more than your fair share of cheat days, you might feel a little weird encoura... Continue reading
10 Years of Nutrition


The changing styles of my recipes over the years reflect my changing views on nutrition. I have experimented with a lot of things and have made signif... Continue reading
Eating Disorders and Strength Sports


Eating disorders don't get talked about much. When they do, it's usually in conjunction with a dramatic Lifetime movie. However, eating disorders do e... Continue reading
True or False: Bulletproof Coffee Is a Magic Weight-Loss Elixir


Well, I finally tried it. Coffee with Kerrygold butter and coconut oil (I didn't buy the branded coffee beans and MCT oil, so I guess it's just bullet... Continue reading
Five meat-cooking myths debunked


Invite family or friends over to prepare a feast and you’re likely to find that everyone has an opinion (or four) about how the meat should be c... Continue reading
Don’t butcher it! How to order meat like a pro


Walking into a butcher shop can be intimidating, especially if you’re more accustomed to taking an anonymous stroll through supermarket aisles. ... Continue reading
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