How to Get Back on Track with Food

Get educated to make your ideal food lifestyle stick. Lunch Hour Lesson #36 It is summer, and our schedules may be a bit different than they are the rest of the year. There are a lot of get togethers with friends and family, barbecues, vacations, you name it....

Raw vs. Cooked Food for Optimal Health

A balance of raw and cooked foods will optimize digestibility and nutrient content. Lunch Hour Lesson #33 Do you have the idea that raw food is healthier? Many people do; it is a pretty easy message to sell, that raw food, with all its beneficial enzymes intact, would...

Easy Cream of Vegetable Soups

Soup with cream is extra nourishing. Lunch Hour Lesson #30 I love cream of vegetable soups – cream of mushroom, cream of celery, cream of broccoli. Yum. But the canned versions are definitely to be avoided. With an ingredient list that includes vegetable oil,...

Superfood Smoothies

Balanced macronutrients can make smoothies a whole meal. Lunch Hour Lesson #27 Superfoods are foods that pack a lot of nutrition into a small portion. Smoothies can be a great way to pack in a lot of nutrient-dense foods that might be hard to fit into your diet...

White or Brown Rice?

Choose white rice instead of brown. Lunch Hour Lesson #24 Brown rice is commonly viewed as the “healthy” choice, over white. The idea is that it is a whole grain, while white rice is a refined grain, meaning that the bran has been removed. Whole brown rice...

Slow Roasted Beets You’ll Actually Like

Beets can be more tasty than you thought. Lunch Hour Lesson #21 I have always liked beets, pretty much any way they’re prepared, but I have come to realize that not everyone does! The most common complaint I hear from people about beets is that they taste like...