Category: Healthy Eatting

Healthy Eatting

Healthier Holiday Recipes

The holidays are filled with temptations and opportunities to over-indulge, and if you’re managing your health and weight, the season can feel anything but merry. Depriving yourself of your favorite holiday treats isn’t only unpleasant, it’s also unnecessary. Many experts recommend that instead, you focus on building a healthier lifestyle...

Amazon and Whole Foods Market Announce Lower Prices on Additional Customer and Holiday Favorites

Whole Foods Market and Amazon announced new lower prices on additional best-selling grocery items and holiday staples at Whole Foods Market stores, including a new lower price on organic and no antibiotic turkeys for all customers – and an even deeper discount on organic and no antibiotic turkeys for Prime...

Natural Grocers offers special low prices for the industry’s highest-quality eggs to NPower loyalty program members

From now until Dec. 31, Natural Grocers will offer special egg pricing exclusively to members of the {N}power loyalty program. Through the end of the year, {N}power members will pay: $1.99 per dozen for 100 percent free-range eggs. $2.99 per dozen for 100 percent organic free-range eggs. $3.99 per dozen...

Power Up with Plant Protein

When it comes to getting energy from the food you eat, it’s no secret that protein packs a powerful punch. However, research shows certain plant-based proteins, like peanuts, may carry additional benefits. According to a Harvard School of Public Health study published in the American Journal of Epidemiology, substituting plant-based...

Five Back-to-School Healthy Eating Tips

In preparation for the 2017-2018 school year, Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life services, released five easy tips to help children eat healthier during the school day. As the largest employer of registered dietitians in North America and a leading provider of school meals, Sodexo’s nutrition experts offer creative...

thinkThin – New Line of Bars and Protein Powders

As consumers shift towards plant based nutrition and with 36% of Americans reportedly eating a vegetarian meal at least once a week,1 thinkThin, a leader in creating nutritious, protein rich foods has announced a new range of plant based protein products spanning from high protein bars to protein powders. “Our...