Macrobiotics refers not just to a diet, but to a system of holistic principles that includes a nutrition plan, gentle exercise, and lifestyle changes. All are meant to create balance and vitality in life. Macrobiotics focuses on organic, locally grown, seasonal food, and elimination of artificial chemicals as ingredients. This no-chemical principle extends to home and personal hygiene products as well.
Sleep is nourishing, healing, and recharging. It’s one of the most important activities you do every day that can rapidly enhance your overall wellness. Proper sleep allows your body and mind to reset and prepare to best function in the morning. A key benefit of deep slumber is that your heart rate decreases, giving your heart and blood vessels some much needed rest.
Happy American Heart Health Month! February is the time to focus on all the ways to boost and maintain cardiovascular health. Your heart is one of your most important organs – it pumps blood around your body, providing it with all the essential nutrients and carrying oxygen to your cells.
Here’s a Down to Earth shopping hack for you—shop in bulk. This may seem too simple to make an impact on your life, but give it a try and see for yourself how it can help you save money, reduce packaging and food waste, and allow for more control over your food purchases.
We’re more than halfway through January, and it’s time to check in on those goals we made on the 1st.
In the spirit of Veganuary, we're here to support you with the basics of composing a healthy and delicious plant-based meal plan.
Thinking of trying Dry January? Get a headstart with these refreshing non-alcoholic drink recipes to wow your holiday guests.
Time for holiday festivities! The friends, the family, the joy—and the food. For many of us, these are the best meals of the year. After enjoying those big meals and the remnants for a few days, though, leftover fatigue is a real thing. Food waste is also a big problem.
2 words you never thought you would use in the same sentence: Mushrooms and Coffee. Well, today, we’re going to change that!