How to Reverse Autoimmunity with Food

Learn to optimize your diet for autoimmunity, including which foods are triggering your symptoms that you should ditch for good, and which foods to eat that will best support your immune system.

Hard Boiled Eggs With Kimchi

Makes 2 servings Ingredients 4 eggs Pinch sea salt 2 teaspoons apple cider vinegar One 16-ounch jar Kimchi Directions Place the eggs in a small pot. Cover with 3 cups water. Add salt and apple cider vinegar. Cook over medium heat, bringing to a rolling boil. Remove from heat, and cover the pot. Let the… Read more »

The Be Well Recipe:
Grain-Free Breakfast Nachos

The key to these Grain-Free Breakfast Nachos is to use a mandoline to uniformly and thinly slice the sweet potatoes. And make sure the potatoes are spread out over the baking sheet without any overlapping.

6 Simple and Healthy Breakfast Ideas

There is a big reason why breakfast has long been referred to as the most important meal of the day—the food you eat in the morning will influence your energy levels, cravings, emotions, and clarity throughout your day and can even affect how you sleep that night!

Incorporating nutrient-dense foods for breakfast, such as healthy fats, good-quality proteins, and colorful vegetables, will provide a sense of balance and satiation, encouraging you to continue making healthy choices all day.

The Upgraded Avocado Toast

We’ve upgraded the ever-popular avocado toast with homemade gluten-free bread and a poached egg, on top, for added protein and nutrients.

We now know that the yolk contains most of the egg’s nutrients, so it’s about time we change your mind about egg yolks (if we haven’t already)! The yolk contains choline, which is essential for the functioning of all cells, especially brain cells. Egg yolks also contain antioxidants; B vitamins, including B12; vitamin A; iron; selenium; biotin; phosphorous, and other various trace nutrients. Egg whites, alone, lack many of the nutrients that are found in the yolk, a nutrition powerhouse.

New Year’s Breakfast:
Egg Baked Acorn Squash

If it’s not a protein smoothie, make your first day of 2016 breakfast this delicious and nutritious dish. This recipe is an interesting twist on a classic Toad in the Hole. Just take a farm fresh egg, a beautiful acorn squash, add salt, pepper and fresh chives and viola, breakfast! Try baking the squash the night before to save time and you can enjoy this delicious meal any day of the week. It is packed full of protein and all the good stuff you need to get you day off on the right foot. Start the year strong and healthy!

Easy and Smart Food Storage Tips to Reduce Waste

Fresh foods like leafy greens, fruits and veggies are an essential part of a healthy diet, and because they are free of nasty preservatives and artificial ingredients, they often have shorter shelf life than packaged goods.

Eggs Made Simple for Breakfast or Dinner

Breakfast for dinner or dinner for breakfast? That is the question! And the answer is both!

In America, we are trained to think of eggs as mainly a breakfast food. But who says we have to limit eggs to a time frame that ends before noon? In many cultures, it’s customary to eat satisfying foods at any time of day. In Japan, it’s even common to have salmon and miso soup in the morning!

So if dinner can be for breakfast, why not breakfast for dinner?

Healthy School Lunch Ideas You Can Call Happy Meals

Although time-consuming and arguably tedious, packing a lunch for yourself or your children can be a powerful way to express your love and support and set a healthy intention for the day. At its core, preparing food for others is an act of love — and, as a parent, one of the most potent powers we possess is to support our children’s health. Embrace the chance to make the meal special, healthy and tasty and your children will feel the depth of your care for them.