Food

Deviled Eggs–Lightened Up!

IMG_7352 Deviled Eggs Deviled Eggs - Lightened Up! Deviled eggs are everyone’s favorite party appetizer but loaded with mayonnaise, can be a caloric bomb. Lighten up a classic treat by subbing mayo for protein-packed low-fat Greek yogurt, READ MORE

Green Tea Noodles

greenteanoodles           Green Tea Noodles with Edamame Green tea, with its powerful theaflavins, is a strong antioxidant with vigorous anti-inflammatory properties, a heart-healthy addition to anyone’s diet. Green tea is wonderful to drink on its own, but it also can be incorporated into recipes.  Grace O recommends using an old Asian READ MORE

Top 10 Anti-Inflammatory Foods You Need

Gilthead fish on dark board Anti-inflammatory . . . a buzz word that is commonly used but what exactly does it mean? Inflammation is a natural response of the body in times of assault or stress. For example, if you cut your hand, you would experience pain, redness, swelling, and irritation to the area. This is inflammation that you can see but this response also happens internally. Inflammation READ MORE

Carrot Quiche

Carrot Quiche carrot quiche Carrot Quiche Carrots are well known for their beta-carotene content, which our bodies convert into vitamin A, a powerful antioxidant that is needed for healthy immune function. Carrots have hundreds of other cartenoids that help inhibit cancer growth. They also contain lutein, which is beneficial to eye health. Our bodies READ MORE

Benefits Of Dark Chocolate Make For A Sweet Snack

Flat lay composition with easter chocolate eggs and spring colorful flowers on dark blue rustic background. Happy Easter greeting card. If you have old Valentine’s Day chocolates in the house or are planning to indulge in chocolate for Easter or Passover, you might want to treat yourself and eat up. There are several studies that have found that chocolate -- at least dark chocolate -- is good for your READ MORE

Lamb: Don’t Forget About This Delicious Meat

Raw boneless lamb leg with garlic and rosemary Lamb is a nutritious and delectable protein and one that I like to serve on special occasions or when I just want a change from beef, poultry or pork. But consumption of READ MORE

Get a Head! Everything’s Coming up Cauliflower

Oven baked spicy cauliflower with herbs and garlic. Is cauliflower the new kale, or just an old favorite rediscovered and reinvented? A member of the nutrition-packed, cruciferous cabbage READ MORE

Kickin’ It Healthy With Quesadillas

 Quesadilla with sauces Vegetable Quesadilla Quesadillas have a reputation for being unhealthy. It’s true that they can be very high in fat and calories but it is possible to lighten up this classic dish. Cheese is still required to  READ MORE

Top 50 Foods That Can Help You Sleep

Assortment of dry tea in little bowls Sleeping well is one of the most critical things we can do for our health. Working out and eating right can only take you so far if your body is stressed from lack of sleep. It is needed to calm stress hormones like cortisol, to support the natural immune system, for repair and for cleaning out the brain – yes, that happens each night when you sleep! Foods that contain critical READ MORE

Plant-Based Meals Are Growing on the Table

Fresh vegetables - red cabbage, radishes, carrots, potatoes, garlic, onionsHere in Los Angeles, with our access to plentiful produce and a pervasive interest in healthy eating, we have a long history of plant-based cuisine. READ MORE
What Do FoodTrients Do?
Ai Anti- inflammatories
Reduce inflammatory process in cells, tissues, and blood vessels, helping to slow aging and reduce risk of long-term disease.
Ao Anti- oxidant
Prevents and repairs oxidative damage to cells caused by free radicals.
IB Immunity Boosters
Support the body’s resistance to infection and strengthen immune vigilance and response.
MB Mind
Improves mood, memory, and focus.
F Disease Prevention
Reduces risk factors for common degenerative and age-related diseases.