Navigate the Holiday Plate

Thanksgiving and Christmas are right around the corner! The holidays are meant to filled with joy and celebration. The holidays can also bring feelings of dread and temptation for most, as well. This is because we lose sight of healthy eating and justify a month full of sweets and large portions at meals. We have…

Health Benefits Of Pumpkin

Fall is here! Nothing says autumn more than pumpkin flavored everything. Unfortunately, most of the pumpkin flavored foods out there are not very healthy, and are loaded with sugar. Here are some ways you can enjoy pumpkin this fall, without loading on the calories and sugar. What are the health benefits of pumpkin? High Vitamin…

Get to Know GERD

GERD is short for gastroesophageal reflux disease.  GERD affects almost 30% of adults and is a chronic condition.  GERD can be triggered by many things that we will discuss in this blog.  In order to be diagnosed with GERD you are most likely experiencing these symptoms multiple times a week.   Since GERD is something you…

Vitamin D It’s all the Craze

Vitamin D deficiency is something that around 42% of Americans are afflicted with.  There are not many natural sources of this vitamin.  Some professionals believe that vitamin D should actually be considered a hormone and not a nutrient.  The reason for this is because vitamin D has to be activated by the kidneys before your…

How to get local produce and other groceries in the Denver area

Here are ways that you can get fresh produce in the Denver area even though most farmers markets are closed right now.  Most of these services are curb side pick up from pre-made boxes of food or delivered to your home. The links below are companies that utilize mostly local food sources at affordable prices….

Frozen vegetable recipes

Do you have an influx of frozen vegetables in your freezer?  Most of us stocked up of frozen goods at the start of the “stay at home” measures.  If you are not used to eating frozen vegetables regularly then you might be wondering what to do with them?  We hope this blog can help you…