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5 Ways to Eat Kale You (Likely) Haven’t Thought Of Beforeby  

By Kresha Faber, Contributing Writer In my final year of university, all graduates were encouraged to attend a multi-course dinner hosted for the sake of teaching its graduates some basic etiquette. This wasn't an act of compassion for society at... Read More

16 Amazing Citrus Recipesby  

By Jessica Smartt, Contributing Writer Citrus fruits satisfy a deep longing within my soul. Okay, that might have been a tad dramatic. But there's something about citrus fruits - oranges, grapefruits, even lemons. They just taste wonderful to me. I... Read More

7-Day Real Food Menu Plan {20-Minute Meals Version}by  

  By Leigh Ann Dutton, Contributing Writer Do you want to eat real food but feel like it just takes too much time to cook from scratch? Do you resort to prepackaged convenience foods or carry-out meals because you’re exhausted... Read More

One-Pot Wonders: 23 Quick Dinners with Fewer Dishesby  

By Emily McClements, Contributing Writer It's 4:30 pm. Your stove is covered with the remains of pots and pans from last night's dinner, and the kitchen sink is bursting with the day's dishes because you forgot to empty the dishwasher this morning. You've... Read More

Cranberry Apple Kale Salad Recipe with Lemon Vinaigretteby  

By Andrea Green, Contributing Writer Does your family enjoy kale salads? Try serving them this family friendly recipe for Cranberry Apple Kale Salad with Lemon Vinaigrette and I bet they will! Kale seems to be the "hot" superfood of the... Read More

Getting Your Healthy Kitchen Under Control with Freezer Cooking {65+ Recipes}by  

I don't know about you, but I just feel overwhelmed sometimes when it comes to making healthy meals for my family. After a long day of blogging, cleaning, housework, laundry, bills, and chasing down my very active twin boys, I... Read More

Savory Enchilada Pot Pie (GF, DF)by  

By Kelly Smith, Contributing Writer Enchiladas were a real favorite of mine before I went grain-free and recently, after a little whining about how much I missed them, my brilliant 11-year-old son asked a simple question, which eventually led to... Read More

Pear and Ginger Slow Cooker Oatmealby  

By Kresha Faber, Contributing Writer If breakfast time in your house is anything like mine, there's a prerequisite that it be quick and easy. Even on our "slow" mornings, making breakfast just isn't something I want to take the time... Read More

How to Deal with Sugar Cravingsby  

By Stacy Karen, Contributing Writer It's 4 p.m. and you find yourself in the kitchen pantry, rummaging through the baking supplies, trying to find that half used bag of chocolate chips. You know they must be somewhere. And you must... Read More

What’s in That “Healthy” Convenience Food?by  

By Michele of Frugal Granola, Contributing Writer Whether you're traveling, eating out with a friend, or picking up some convenience food for lunch boxes, do you know if you've made a healthy choice? At first glance, many meal options appear... Read More

How Does Coffee Affect Your Health? {plus 6 Coffee Alternatives!}by  

Guest Post by Leigh Ann Dutton at Intentional By Grace I love coffee. It's not so much the actual cup of coffee that I love as the experience of coffee. I grew up sharing Saturday morning conversations with my grandmother... Read More

The Unhealthy Truth Behind the Coca-Cola Labelby  

Guest Post by Elsie Callender Why do healthy people eat unhealthy things? Why do I? I drink raw milk, eat pastured meat and write real food cookbooks. And yet...and yet sometimes when I go to a restaurant I order my meal based on how well... Read More

Child Labor and the Chocolate Industryby  

By Emily McClements, Contributing Writer I settled in on the couch with my laptop and a few pieces of candy leftover from our Christmas stockings to watch two documentaries exposing the rampant use of forced child labor on cocoa farms... Read More

Childhood Obesity: 4 Supersized Facts the Food Industry Doesn’t Want You to Knowby  

By Andrea, Contributing Writer When we were given the task of tackling tough topics, I immediately thought of childhood obesity. The facts on childhood obesity cannot be disputed. One third of American children are currently obese according to the CDC.... Read More

The Soy Decoy: Why Soy is Not a Health Foodby  

This post was originally published in June of 2010, but the topic is still pertinent today! Soy is one of the most commonly mistaken modern "health foods", and unfortunately, can be found in just about everything in the form of... Read More

The Fake Food You Don’t Know You’re Eating (Part 1)by  

  By Kresha, Contributing Writer Good morning! Have you eaten your wood pulp today? Now, I know I'm kind of weird in that I do make sure my kids eat dirt (as does Stephanie) and I try to fill them... Read More

What’s Wrong with Hydrogenated Oil (and How to Avoid It)by  

By Stacy, Contributing Writer While many oils are healthy and nourishing to the body and brain, hydrogenated oil is not one of them. You've probably heard that hydrogenated oil isn't good for you, but perhaps you are not sure why.... Read More

The Best Homemade Holiday Gifts-in-a-Jarby  

One of my family’s favorite Christmas traditions is to make homemade gifts in a jar. And the wonderful thing is, they’re as much fun to make together, as they are to give to others! Simply layer the ingredients of a... Read More

How to Make Holiday Lattes in the Crock Pot {Recipes for 4 Popular Lattes!}by  

This post was originally published in December 2012--but we thought you would love a reminder about these delicious holiday lattes you can make in your crock pot!  By Rachel, Contributing Writer There is just something about the holidays that seems... Read More

Entertaining For Food Allergies: A Whole-Foods, Allergy-Friendly Holiday Meal Planby  

In need of a whole foods, allergy-friendly holiday meal plan? Jessica has you covered! By Jessica, Contributing Writer Do you have family or friends with food allergies? It can be tricky feeding folks on special diets, but I can help! Unfortunately,... Read More

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