Six Superfoods your Body is Missing Out On

When one talks about ‘Superfoods’ they tend to get a bit confused, because there is some argument over the nomenclature floating around. The word is often thrown around arbitrarily, meaning there is still vast confusion over what a… Read More

Superfoods – An Overview of the Avocado

  Avocados are a trendy and delicious fruit with roots in Central America. They are a versatile and delicious food, and one of the few deserving of the title “Superfood.” From a creamy sandwich topper or a fantastic… Read More

March 25th is Pecan Day – What do you Know About Them?

  Pecans are a wonderful addition to any salad, dessert, or snack rotation. They are celebrated on March 25th, but what is there to celebrate about a nut? With lots of versatility for use and tons of health… Read More

Surviving a Low Sodium Diet While Enjoying Your Food

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  When you need to cut down on your salt intake, it can seem completely daunting to cut out the most popular spice. It gives lots of flavor to food, and it can seem impossible to enjoy eating… Read More

Why summer foods are the secret ingredient to improving office meetings

School’s closed for summer, but your office isn’t. That doesn’t mean you can’t bring a little bit of summer to your next monthly meeting, workshop, or training.

Summer foods have many health and wellness benefits, and bringing them into your office could be just what you and your coworkers need right about now. Here are five summer foods that have some secret ingredients to make your next office meeting a success, and make you a little happier and healthier, too… Read more.

The Golden Grain

Quinoa (pronounced KEENWAH), one of the main ingredients in our SuperFood Salad, is making a 5,000 year comeback!

A small, grain-like seed originating in South America, quinoa dates back to Pre-Columbian times and is prized today for its high protein levels as well as for its soluble and insoluble fiber content (one cup of cooked quinoa has over 20% of your daily fiber requirements and 8 grams of protein – almost double the amount of protein in rice). Because of its superior nutritional value, quinoa is commonly called ‘the golden grain’ of the Andes amongst researchers and devotees. Read more.