Travel easily throws off our healthy routines, but, with a little planning, it can also be a great opportunity to solidify habits and explore new healthy activities. Here are four guiding questions to keep in mind as you’re preparing to travel.
The body’s natural stress responses were not designed for our modern-day chronic stressors that expend mental and emotional energy as opposed to physical energy.
When made in advance, this smoothie becomes a great grab-and-go option for breakfast or an easy snack.
Inspired by Trader Joe’s frozen-aisle spinach and kale bites, this is a healthy and fresh version.
This is one of those recipes where you get some of the nutrients of kale without much of its taste for those not yet won over by this hearty green.
Adding carbs and cheese is an easy way to make cooked greens more enticing.
For healthy snacking, try using kale as an alternative to potato chips.
Loaded with vitamin A, C and K, minerals and fiber, there is no question kale is one nutritious vegetable — and it’s available year-round. Whether you continue receiving kale weekly in your Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) or picked up a seemingly endless supply at the Lexington Farmers Market, these recipes will help you use all of this hearty green in creative ways. Watch this kitchen demo featuring kale recipes designed for kale lovers and kale newbies alike. Continue reading “Kale 101”
For a low-carb appetizer, try this summer-ready bruschetta using roasted eggplant as an alternative to bread.