root vegetables

There are many theories out there on how to boost your metabolism, but that’s just what they are—theories. Every body is very different, and so is every metabolism. There are steps we can take to improve our metabolism, but first, let’s take a look at what metabolism actually is.

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Hi everyone. Today we’re going to talk about peaches! I love them—they taste fantastic and they’re great for you, too. There are very few snacks (especially portable ones) that embody summer like the peach.

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I’ve noticed a rise in a lot of media outlets talking about “beating the bloat.” I also see it in my practice at Nourishing Lab. I often wonder, are more people actually feeling bloated, or are they just more comfortable talking about it than they were before?

Asparagus inspires gentle thoughts. – Charles Lamb, poet, 1775-1834

Low in carbs and sodium but full vitamin A, C, E, K, zinc, folate, calcium, manganese, potassium, selenium, (phew!) asparagus is vital for a healthy and strong immune system. This springy green vegetable is high in fiber and protein, and has the ability to stabilize blood sugars and digestion, as well as prevent unpleasant issues like constipation.

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beach picnic

Picnic season is FINALLY here!

My kids and I always struggle with enjoying picnics without overdoing it on the cheese and dessert. Everyone tends to eat more than they normally would because picnic food is always so good, but there’s no reason to go overboard. The key is moderation.

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