You may have heard the recommendations for daily fruit and vegetable intake - approximately 2.5 cups of vegetables and 2 cups of fruit. But what does that actually look like? Read on to find out…Read More
While many parents may worry whether it is safe to feed their baby or toddler a vegetarian diet, the fact is children can be perfectly healthy, and get plenty of protein, without eating meat.Read More
Think about what you’ve eaten over the past several days. Do you eat a wide variety of foods or do you easily get into a routine of eating the same foods every day? Is your diet colorful or is it mostly beige? Eating a wide variety of vegetables and fruit provides your body with a range of phytochemicals that are vital to maintaining good health.Read More
Prebiotics are not a new concept, but they are only now starting to get some time in the spotlight. Until recently, it was always probiotics that were given center stage. However, people are starting to realize just how important prebiotics are to intestinal health. So what is the difference between the two, and are prebiotics really the answer to improved gut health?Read More
Vegetables! When it comes to healthy eating we hear so much about vegetables. But, the science is clear and undisputed, vegetables deserve the spotlight. Make half of every meal colorful vegetables and here’s what you will get in return.