Jars of nut and seed spreads range in flavor, texture, nutrition, and environmental impact.
Traditionally eaten as a hot porridge, this whole grain has a mild, sweet flavor and is one of the most naturally satiating foods available.
Keep your mind, body, and heart healthy with these tips from our team of dietitians.
In the spirit of back to school season, Nicole is responding to customer questions on how to adapt to a nut-free school and teaching your children about food allergies.
There's inherent value in everything—sometimes you just have to get a little creative or look hard enough to find it. But too often in the kitchen, we don't see it and useful scraps of food get...
There is a fair amount of controversy over whether or not artificial sweeteners are really a healthier choice than sugar. From the different kinds of artificial sweeteners to how they are processed in our bodies, here is...
Decades of research looking into the health effects of various diets have shown that diets highest in plant-based protein sources are associated with the most health benefits.
That uncomfortable, foggy, stuffed-up feeling that might accompany you hours after your drive-thru meal can be avoided with a few simple strategies.
To take advantage of another fresh local produce season in New England, use this post as a guide on how to reverse meal plan by letting the ingredients available at the farmers market inspire your weekly shopping.
Ultimately, the goal of the new nutrition label is to help you as a consumer make informed choices about the foods and beverages you choose to include in your diet.
When it comes to sweeteners, the body will treat all sugar, whether from a maple tree, cranberry or sugar cane, equally. The difference between sugar in fruit and other natural foods is everything else that comes...
Getting enough fiber can be tricky sometimes, but it doesn’t have to be! Read on to learn more about this special component of plant-based foods and how you can incorporate more of it into your diet...
In honor of National IBS Awareness Month, we sat down with fellow Massachusetts native and the country’s leading nutrition expert on the Low FODMAP diet, Kate Scarlata, to shed light on this topic.
It’s marathon season in our home base of Boston, and the whole city is already buzzing with excitement.
Because they contain all the nutrients essential for growing a healthy and resilient plant, seeds offer our bodies a wealth of benefits when we eat them.
We all have it in our power to make better choices with every fork-full of food we put into our bodies each day.
This Danish concept – observed especially during the winter months – focuses on creating a warm, cozy atmosphere where one enjoys the good things in life with good people.