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Changing Our Diet to Cool the Climate

Good Food Choices Enable Global Health
A new word in the food vocabulary—climatarian—points to rising global interest in eating in ways that reduce the impact of our diet on our beleaguered planet.
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Changing Our Diet to Cool the Climate

Changing Our Diet to Cool the Climate

Good Food Choices Enable Global Health
A new word in the food vocabulary—climatarian—points to rising global interest in eating in ways that reduce the impact of our diet on our beleaguered planet.
The World’s Healthiest Cuisines

The World’s Healthiest Cuisines

What Five Countries Can Teach Us about Good Eating
Step aside, pizza and chop suey! These five authentic ethnic cuisines offer the real thing— traditional food that’s healthy, tasty and easy to prepare in our own kitchen.
Spice Up Healthy Cooking

Spice Up Healthy Cooking

Six Seasonings with Surprising Payoffs
These sensational spices not only give oomph to our food but also reduce inflammation, lower blood pressure and soothe upset stomachs.
Foods Our Heart Will Love

Foods Our Heart Will Love

Top 10 Heart Healthy Choices
Yum! The perfect Valentine Day’s meal can easily include the healthiest foods for our hearts—starting with dark chocolate!
Eat Wheat Again

Eat Wheat Again

Eight Ways to Restore Gut Health
For the three in four Americans that suffer digestive distress, straightforward strategies—including eating whole wheat and grains—will rekindle normal digestive function and even restore full liver and gall bladder function.
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Eat Well Briefs

Whole Grains Help Us Eat Less

Feel Fuller Sooner, Lose Weight

Fruit Pesticides Lower Fertility in Women

Produce Has Impact on Conception

Leafy Greens Lower Risk for Heart Disease

Vitamin K for Cardiovascular Health

Gooseberries are Good for the Gut

Ayurvedic Remedy for Gastrointestinal Problems

Eating Meat Raises Diabetes Risk

Increases Chance of Developing Type 2

Veggie Renaissance

Brits Cutting Back on Meat Eating
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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.

2016 Local Farmers’ Markets

Buy Fresh, Buy Local!
The 2016 Ultimate Richmond Farmers' Market Guide!
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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

Get Involved with the Local Food Movement

Real Local RVA is a grassroots group of small, independent grocery stores, restaurants, farmers’ markets, farmers, producers and nonprofits dedicated to growing the local food scene in Richmond and the surrounding area.

Seasonal Roots Expands Delivery Options

Richmond-based Seasonal Roots online farmers’ market, formerly known as The Farm Table, is now offering weekly deliveries of fresh produce, meat, dairy, eggs and baked goods from local, sustainable farms to homes and offices.

Try European Apothecary Teas for a Taste of Europe

European Apothecary Teas guarantees high-quality products using current good manufacturing practices, traceable raw materials and a wide range of original recipes based on long-term European use and contemporary research.

 

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