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A Q & A with Matt Frazier of No Meat Athlete.

Last summer, I had the pleasure of meeting Matt Frazier, the ultramarathoner, author, food enthusiast and healthy living expert behind No Meat Athlete. I love what Matt promotes over on the site – real food, fitness for fun (and competition),

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Expert Series: Is Your Healthy Snack Actually Healthy?

Happy Friday, everyone! Today, a little addition to our Expert Series roster from Bonnie, a Holistic Health Counselor at Natural Horizons Wellness Center. Enjoy! Let’s face it: the advertising on so many foods out there today claims that it’s healthy

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Expert Series: organic, sustainable eating for families with Michelle Muller-Marinis.

Meet Michelle Muller-Marinis, founder of Petit Organics [New York City’s first organic baby food delivery service], entrepreneur, local food enthusiast, organic avenger and mom to the three cutest boys ever. In this video, Michelle shares her tips on healthy eating for

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Why I’m adding things for Lent instead of giving them up.

I have a great friend who serves as my accountability buddy for a lot of lifestyle-related things – we often text to share successes and plans for the day, such as “Here are my meals laid out for the day

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cultivating food sense.

It’s no surprise that the habits we acquire in childhood stick with us into adulthood. For better or for worse, the lessons most often reinforced are the ones that continue to shape our behavior as we grow. There are few

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the Yoplait campaign that’s driving me a little nutty.

The good people of Yoplait have recently launched an advertising campaign where they purport that swapping out one unhealthy snack each week for a Yoplait will make a world of difference to your health. (You can check it out here on

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why we shouldn’t be afraid of feeling hungry.

I can remember so many instances where I worried about not having enough food. Not because I was lacking for it; in fact, I’ve always been very privileged to have never gone without food. And yet, my attitude towards it

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eggplant chips.

Salty. Crunchy. Dippable.  Do these sound anything like your snack-y cravings? Does it always feel like the foods that meet these criteria aren’t really the best option? I’m with you — they tend to be packaged, processed, and full of

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eating emotions [why we eat].

Food can be nourishment.It can be fuel.It can be the power source for our day. It can also be celebration. Escape. Distraction. Amusement. Consolation. Why we eat and when we do is often rooted in patterns we can’t remember forming.

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