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Prebiotic Foods for Gut Health

It’s a revolutionary time in both health and science – there’s some fascinating discoveries being made between gut health and your overall health! Doctors are finally starting to recognize the massive link between your gut microbiome and your immune system. By definition, your gut microbiome is comprised of millions of...

What is gluten? An FAQ for Your Understanding

What is gluten? An FAQ for Your Understanding “Gluten-free” has become a popular buzzword in the wellness industry – so much so that it’s become a label unnecessarily attached to products that don’t naturally contain gluten in the first place! Nowadays, we think a lot of people associate “gluten-free” with...

Celiacs Awareness Month 

Celiacs Awareness Month Happy May!  May gives us warm weather, Gemini and Taurus season, Celiacs Awareness Month! Celiacs Awareness Month promotes awareness and advocacy for the approximately 3 million people in the United States living with celiacs diseases. Celiacs disease is the only autoimmune disease with a known trigger being...

The Truth and Myths About Snacking- Uncovered

The Truth and Myths About Snacking- Uncovered Living in modern-day America means convenience.  No one likes to wait, they want what they want now, and being hungry is no exception. During the Paleolithic era, if someone was hungry, it meant preparing and setting out on a hunting expedition, preparing the...

The Power of Cauliflower

The Power of Cauliflower You’ve seen it in the produce section, in the form of pizza crust, pasta, bread, and even crackers and pretzels… What was once just another vegetable kids were sneaking under their tables to feed the dog, has now become a life-force in the food industry, catering...

Got the Grocery Store Blues?  It’s okay because its Farmers Market Season!

Got the Grocery Store Blues?  It's okay because its Farmers Market Season! Going to the same dimly-lit grocery store for your weekly food hall can feel repetitive and sometimes even a forbidding chore. Maybe you're tired of seeing all the same selection of produce, or have grown monotonous of the...

FODMAP

FODMAP Do blackberries or chickpeas make your stomach turn upside down? Do Artichokes or kidney beans have you keeled over on the bathroom floor? If you answered yes to these questions, you might want to look into FODMAP. FODMAP is not necessarily a diet, but scale to measure the irritability...

The Farmers Market Series: Part 1

The Farmers Market Series-Part 1 There are so many things to look forward to with Spring approaching.  Flowers are blooming, the weather is getting warmer, and of course our favorite part of springtime- The farmers market! Here in Boulder, Colorado, our local farmers Market opens the first week of April,...

A Timeline of Food Trends

A Timeline of Food Trends A Timeline of Food Trends  What makes you try new foods or new restaurants? Between your co-worker that won't stop talking about this new low-calorie ice cream he swears by, or your sister promises this new superfood supplement will give you lasting energy, it can...

Food For Thought – Wasting What We Could Be Eating

Food For Thought - Wasting What We Could Be Eating Food For Thought- Wasting What We Could Be Eating America, the land where everything is BIG.  From big cars, to big houses, to warehouse sized grocery stores, there’s one daunting aspect of American culture that is becoming debatably one of...

The Truth About What’s In Your Beauty Products!

The Truth About What's In Your Beauty Products! The truth about the top ingredients in the products you use everyday When it comes to what we put in our body, the first thing you might think of is food. When we fuel our bodies with the right foods we get...

The Dirty Dozen

The Dirty Dozen Mother nature does a pretty exceptional job of providing us with the most luscious treasures, fresh fruits and vegetables. There is no better feeling of walking up to an apple tree, picking it right off, only to eat it seconds later. Unless you live on a bountiful...