Topic: Food + Drink

The 5 Best Natural Peanut Butters

Natural peanut butters get a bad rap for being oily and bland. Here’s why conventional peanut butter isn’t always the best idea, and which natural ones will make you actually WANT to make the switch.

What Can You Do About Food Waste?

Incredibly up to 40% of food in this country goes uneaten. That is over $1 trillion worth of food that is wasted every year in the US alone. Find out our top tips for ways to waste less.

DIY Recovery Gummies

Eating a snack or small meal post-workout is key to replenishing energy lost during your gym session and optimizing protein to prevent muscle breakdown and increase strength. These recovery gummies will help you bounce back quicker, stronger and faster — so you’re ready to go all over again the next day.

12 of Our Favorite Healthy Soup Recipes

Whether you’re watching your waistline or just really like winter, soups are seasonally appropriate and a great way to get in all of those hard-to-get vitamins and minerals.

Better-for-You Bon Bons for Valentine’s Day

When February 14th rolls around (just a few days away, by the way), it’s hard not to notice the aisles and aisles of chocolate boxes and foil-wrapped treats at markets and specialty stores — but tempting as they may be, do you really want to gift the apple of your eye chocolate made with artificial ingredients and high fructose corn syrup?

4 Cookbooks for a Happier, Healthier 2019

Whether your definition of a healthy lifestyle includes all-vegan meals or a strictly vegetarian stance, whether you’re living that CrossFit life and eating paleo or simply curious to discover a new way of eating or preparing food for yourself — we have a cookbook to help you live it out.

The Best Eco-Friendly & Organic Baby Food

Once upon a time, you had to steam and puree your own baby food if you wanted it to come from organic produce and without fillers. Busy parents rejoice, because we have options now. Here’s a lineup of some of the best organic baby food on the market.

Why “Dry January” is About What You Do, Not What You Don’t

Saying “no” to alcohol for a full 30 days or more can sound like an impossible feat, but with our simple tips, you’ll be off on the right track. Dry January does not have to be an exercise in deprivation, but rather a way to develop new habits.

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