It’s that time of year again. Getting together with friends and family during the holidays can be the highlight of the year. The lowlight? Getting sick afterwards.
My husband and I welcomed our first son eight months ago! Knowing I would have limited time for much of anything after the baby made his debut, I decided research which foods would provide the best nutrition for my postpartum recovery.
Cold, juicy watermelon is a staple of summer and this refreshing salad is a nice change of pace from the same ole plain wedges and cubes!
Smoothies are a great way to to pack in tons of nutrients while feeling like you're getting a treat, and the best part? They're fully customizable to your tastes and what you have available.
I left a management-level position in fine dining restaurant to join WHE and for a number of reasons I have never looked back.
Being a chef I can honestly say I love most foods, but for some reason I have never loved salmon. It’s ok. I guess I can say I like it, but I don’t “capital L” -love it, and I really don’t cook it at home for husband and I very often. So, when I got pregnant a few months ago, I knew I had to find a way to really enjoy salmon, because as most of us know, wild caught salmon is one of the best food sources of omega -3 fatty acids.
2021, a bright new year and another opportunity to get back on track with our health goals. Whole 30 has been a very popular diet for a number of years for good reason; it focuses on consuming lean meats, vegetables and fruits and eliminates potentially inflammatory foods like dairy, grains and processed sugars.
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