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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 Features

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.
Delicious Discards

Delicious Discards

Making Meals From Mainly Scraps
Instead of discarding skins, cores and rinds, creative chefs are using their distinctive flavors and nutrients to make intriguing entrees and desserts.
Nutrition Upgrades

Nutrition Upgrades

Five Strategies for Better Health
As the Earth starts re-greening this season, it’s a natural time to rethink our eating habits–and here are some nourishing ways to feed body and soul.
Recipes A Heart Will Love

Recipes A Heart Will Love

Tasty Ways to Boost Heart Health
Low-fat, plant-based recipes make for a heart-healthy meal so delicious that non-vegetarians won’t even miss the meat.
Befriending Food

Befriending Food

Embrace the Psychology of Eating
The way we think about the food on our plate can impact our body’s ability to absorb nutrients from a meal.
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Eat Well Briefs

Sugary Drinks Linked to Kidney Disease

Dangers of Sweetened Beverages

Gut Susceptible to Food Additives

Muddled Message

GMO Labeling Diluted

Over Dose

Citrus Crops to Receive Human Antibiotics

Vegetables and Orange Juice Protect Memory

Certain Fruits and Veggies Reduce Memory Loss

Nuts Improve Blood Vessel Health

Benefits of Eating Almonds and Walnuts
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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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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

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.

 

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