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Wild and Wonderful

Foraging for Foodies
There is such a thing as a free lunch! We have only to look in our backyards and parks to find the free, nutritious greens and berries an arm’s reach away.
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Eat Well Features

Wild and Wonderful

Wild and Wonderful

Foraging for Foodies
There is such a thing as a free lunch! We have only to look in our backyards and parks to find the free, nutritious greens and berries an arm’s reach away.
Summer Eating

Summer Eating

The Herbal Connection
Adding raw, organic herbs to summer fare both cools us down and provides us with nutrients that can lower blood pressure and boost energy.
Medicinal Mushrooms

Medicinal Mushrooms

Beyond Buttons and Portabellas
Reishi, lion’s mane, cordyceps and other types of mushrooms have powerful compounds that protect cognition, boost immunity and lower stress – and that’s just for starters.
Vision Quest

Vision Quest

Eat a Rainbow of Color for Healthy Eyes
Fight and prevent cataracts and macular degeneration with two key nutrients found particularly in colorful fruits and veggies.
Potluck for the 21st Century

Potluck for the 21st Century

Breaking Bread, Building Community
Using phone apps as well as workplace and neighborhood contacts, friends and strangers are coming together to share healthy, home-cooked meals.
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Eat Well Briefs

Take It Easy on the Eggs

High Intake Increases Mortality

Savor Cherries to Lower Metabolic Syndrome Risk

Reduces Health Threats

Eat Plants to Live Longer

Diets High in Vegetables Increase Longevity

Munch Nuts for a Healthy Brain

Improves Cognitive Functions

Eat Mostly Plants to Ease Gum Inflammation

Oral Health Benefits

Snack on Walnuts to Slow Growth of Breast Tumors

Nut Helps Cancer Patients
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UNLEASH the Power of Food

Creating a resilient body and mind, building a healthy immune system and maintaining a healthy relationship with food is possible, but the question is where to begin.

Local Healthy Food Guide

Looking for businesses and organizations offering locally sourced, sustainable, organic, gluten-free, vegetarian and/or vegan options?

Winter Farmers’ Markets

Buy Fresh, Buy Local!

3 Secrets to Healthier Eating Options in 2017

With the New Year upon us, you’re probably mulling wellness resolutions and plans for 2017 such as eating less pasta and more veggies.

The Six Tastes of Ayurveda

According to ayurvedic wisdom, we need to enjoy six tastes on our tongue at each meal: sweet, salty, sour, pungent, bitter and astringent.
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The Market at 25th Opens in Church Hill

The Market at 25th has opened at 25th Street and Fairmount Avenue, bringing new options for fresh, healthy food into a traditionally underserved area.

Ginger Juice Opens Third Location

Ginger Juice has opened its third store at 2061 Huguenot Road in North Chesterfield.

Agriberry CSA Keeps Improving

Agriberry’s improved farm share program is providing the same local, flavorful and nutritious fruit with a new system that custom designs each assorted box.

Experience Dining as a Food Performance

The E.A.T. Foundation, a local nonprofit seeking to promote food equity, is hosting a five-to-seven-course pop-up fundraising dinner at 7 p.m. on March 15 at the Firehouse Theatre

 

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