Throughout history, HONEY has been seen as incredibly useful in many different ways—and not just by bringing a little sweetness to our lives.
July brings visions of hanging out by the pool with friends, barbecues and big pitchers of ice-cold iced tea.
We hear it all the time: Eat locally, support your local farmers, and “eat with the season.” Why is this important, and how can we do it? We have so many options in the Valley of the Sun.
From the beginning of time, people have been using herbs not only for healing a particular illness or imbalance but more importantly for maintaining radiant health.
The recipes are your guide to having fun in your kitchen creating new desserts with and for your family and friends.
Enjoy celebrating Thanksgiving with your family and friends, and have fun creating some beautiful plant-based dishes to add to your meal.
Watching your weight? Who isn’t? One thing about food is that it’s always there, and we all have to deal with it in a healthy way—three times a day.
These days, nearly everybody “knows” that eating more fruits and vegetables, especially those dark green, leafy superfoods, are good for you, right?
Today, many nutrition experts and MDs advocate the anti-inflammatory way of eating. I first learned about this concept in 2004 while working in branding/marketing/licensing with Dr. Andrew Weil.
People inhabiting Blue Zones—places in the world where people live longer and healthier than anywhere else on Earth, such as Okinawa, the Nicoya Peninsula, and Sardinia—naturally eat local and seasonal foods.