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Honor Our Land. Enjoy the Bounty.

Start Healthy Eating with our recipes for all fares and special diets, nutrition guides, information on food choices and sustainable food movements. Get your what-is and how-to questions answered. 

 

Chronicles of Mindless Midnight Munchers


Posted: 02-09-2018 4:25 pm

Midnight MuncherHow to curb compulsive eating, transform habitual cravings, and fill your “self” up, for lasting satisfaction. 

You’ve been working all day, in the office or at home attending to family. It's now 10 o'clock at night, you’ve just put the kids to bed, and finally, you have time for yourself…. yet their lunches need to be made before tomorrow, the floor needs vacuuming, the dishwasher still needs to be emptied and on and on. All of a sudden, the leftover pie in the refrigerator calls your name.



Mussels Much More than Great Seafood


Posted: 02-09-2018 11:56 am

MusselsThe Pacific Northwest is known for its rich and historical seafood. Shellfish, in particular, has been a part of our local cuisine for many generations. In fact, archaeological evidence suggests people have been eating mussels for 20,000 years! This unassuming shellfish is low in sodium, high in B vitamins, vitamin C, omega-3 fatty acids, iron, manganese, phosphorous, and potassium.



What's the Skinny on Fats?


Posted: 03-15-2017 1:34 pm

AvocadoWhich fats are healthy, which are not? Won’t I gain unwanted weight, or worse, completely clog my arteries if I eat too much fat? Over the last 30-plus years we’ve been told that in order to be “healthy,” we should avoid fats. However, over the same period of time we’ve seen an increase in chronic health conditions such as obesity, diabetes, depression, and anxiety. Let's take a closer look.



Good Mood Foods and MORE!


Posted: 03-15-2017 1:07 pm

breadIf you are just adjusting to seasonal darker weather, or simply feeling down, there are a handful of mood-boosting foods to include with your meals or snacks. Especially if you're prone to seasonal affective disorder (SAD). It’s no secret that some foods just plain ‘ole make us feel better. Let’s look at some specific examples.



An Alzheimer's Story - New Hope for Alzheimer Patients


Posted: 02-08-2017 5:01 pm

puzzle piecesBy making significant changes to diet, exercise, targeted supplementation and thorough testing it is possible to reverse the cognitive decline associated with Alzheimer’s, a previously untreatable illness.




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