Pasta salad is a dish that we often think of in the spring and summer months as a Pot Luck fare. However, with some seasonal ingredient swaps and a base of protein-rich chickpea pasta, pasta salad can be a wonderful meal in the fall and winter months. Continue reading “Warm Winter Pasta Salad with Citrus Mustard Dressing”
It’s common knowledge that if you keep healthy food in your home, you’ll eat healthy.
So why is it that we so often end up throwing out slimy lettuce, limp carrots, and mushy cucumbers at the end of the week? Continue reading “3 Tips for an Organized Fridge”
Nothing says autumn quiet like the pumpkin. Along with gourds and squashes, pumpkins are in season during the late fall and early winter months. While they are highly nutritious, boasting an impressive vitamin A, vitamin C, lutein, zeaxanthin, potassium, fiber, and antioxidant content, most Americans only ever consume pumpkin in highly sugary and fatty concoctions. Continue reading “Healthy Pumpkin Muffins”
I love Costco. They have a fantastic selection of organic produce at a great price. However, sometimes their package quantities are bigger than my family’s stomachs and we end up with more produce than we can eat before it spoils. Has anyone else been there? Continue reading “Slow Cooker Thai Curry Carrot Soup”
We all know the importance of sleep for our health, wellbeing, and let’s face it, our sanity. But with the chaotic pace of modern family life, the never ending to-do list, and the constant siren call of Netflix, how can we possibly get the good quality sleep need? Continue reading “Sleep Hygiene: What is it and How to Improve Yours”
As the dog days of summer fade into the crisp air of autumn, we spend more time indoors close contact with others. Between the limited access to natural sunlight, the recirculation of air via central heating systems, and heavily touched items (like those shared crayons at school or communal coffee pot handle at work), there’s no denying that “cold and flu season” is just around the corner. Continue reading “10 (Easy to Find) Immune Supportive Foods”
Walk down the aisle of any store and you’ll see hundreds of over the counter medications that target digestive woes. From heartburn to gas to constipation to indigestion, there is a pill for every ill, and often dozens of choices that claim to treat them all. Continue reading “Dealing with Digestive Distress Naturally”