Sugar is delicious, but it’s at the root of many of our most disastrous health issues. Use these healthy sugar alternatives to take control of how much sugar you (and your family) eat!
Chocolate Season is just around the corner – you know, that season that runs from Halloween through Easter – and with it comes the conundrum of how to be a part of all the seasonal events while still staying true to your values to buy only ethically-sourced chocolate.
Today, soy lecithin is a de facto ingredient in the majority of chocolate products available worldwide – but is it the panacea it is purported to be? And what ELSE might we be consuming when we eat soy lecithin?
In a day and age when “natural” and “organic” are slapped on packaged foods and additives exist even on our fresh produce, avoiding fake food can seem nearly impossible. This article, however, will help you navigate through confusing food labels to enjoy truly REAL food.
It’s January, the very antithesis of August, it seems. In August, there’s so much produce I can’t keep up preserving it all or serving it fresh. Yet, here we are January, craving food that was alive within the last few hours and trying to soak up Vitamin D whenever we can in the limited daylight…
The benefits of gelatin extends into every aspect of health – physical, mental, and emotional. But the #1 reason to include more gelatin in your diet may surprise you. It did me!
Kale has become a trendy superfood, and with good reason. Here are 5+ surprising ways to eat more of this potent, scrumptious leafy green.
This Fresh Herb Frittata is from the new Nourished Kitchen Cookbook, an elegant, eloquent book that will leave anyone who loves food swooning.
Raw milk is remarkably safe to consume, HOWEVER it can become unsafe if it’s produced, stored, or transported in unclean ways. Ask your farmer these basic questions to determine your milk’s safety.
Love to wake up to a hot, healthy breakfast? Here’s a hearty casserole designed to lift your spirits and bring a satisfied smile to your face.
Mushrooms bring a hearty, rich flavor to many dishes and preserving them makes them easily available year-round and gives them a very long shelf life.
Fake food lurks around every corner and most of the time we don’t even realize we’re eating it. Read this article to know what to look for and how to avoid it.
Fermented and cultured foods are boons to vibrant health – so here are 101 creative recipes to inspire you to eat at least one cultured food a day!
Egg yolks provide a golden wealth of nutrition and eating them raw maximizes the benefits. But how do you eat more raw egg yolks without grossing yourself out?
Knowing how to make homemade self-rising flour is a great quick kitchen helper! Memorize this simple recipe and you’ll be able to adapt thousands of recipes effortlessly.
Avoid the toxins of conventional food dyes by using natural food dyes you can easily make at home!
Clay is an excellent, nourishing addition to both your natural medicine cabinet and your kitchen and today I’m discussing 10 reasons why you should have it available in your home.
Today monthly columnist Carolyn Henderson shares how her family ate $250 of gourmet food for only $10 – and felt like kings. She shares how you can too.
Did you know it’s totally possible to make your favorite store-bought favorites at home for a fraction of the price and using only wholesome ingredients? Here’s how I do it (and I’ve written two books and counting full of homemade pantry staple recipes…)
Lox – the succulent, melt-in-your-mouth salmon treat that is popularly served on top of cream cheese and bagels – is easier to make at home than you might think!
Making your own homemade powdered sugar allows you to use whatever mineral-rich sugar you desire while still having fluffy sugar for all your baking projects.
Eden Foods is known for delicious and ethically-sourced organic foods. Today they’re offering a gift basket of their most popular organic pasta items as a giveaway in support of California’s Prop 37, which would require the labeling of genetically modified foods.
By preparing your grains before eating them, they become much more digestible and more nutritious. Find out more about how to sprout, soak, or sour your grains.
Heather Dessinger, aka The Mommypotamus, has written a delightful, thought-provoking book that challenges the status quo of what we know about infantile nutrition. I consider it essential reading for moms-to-be and parents of young children – enter to win your own copy today!