Eating For Winter Wellness

This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Sampling Coordinator at Good Foods Co-op and also a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. She’s co-teaching a three-part class series that continues through March about diets and healthful eating with Annie Koempel, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. Raise your hand if you’ve been … Read More.

Drink To Your (Gut) Health

I’ve never been much of a bandwagon jumper. I don’t know what clothes are trendy. I can’t remember the last time I listened to new music on purpose. I just started watching Game of Thrones two months ago (and, if things continue as they have been will be finished some time in the next two … Read More.

Resolutions That Resonate

The following post was provided by Lexington -based Emergency Physician, Ryan Stanton MD, FACEP. Dr. Stanton is the host and creator of syndicated TV show “Stanton MD” and owner of multimedia company Everyday Medicine, LLC.  Welcome to 2018. A new year always means new resolutions. Many of us will commit to high-flying goals that will likely … Read More.

A New Kind of Resolution

This post was written by our own Kathryn Dickens, Sampling Coordinator at Good Foods Co-op and also a Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. Starting in January, she’ll be co-teaching a three-part class series about diets and healthful eating with Annie Koempel, a Registered and Licensed Dietitian Nutritionist and Certified Intuitive Eating Counselor. Ahhh, a brand new year… … Read More.

7 Ways To NOT Mess Up Your Holiday Roast

Are you cooking for the family for the first time? Or maybe you just don’t cook all that much, but you’re in charge of the holiday meal? A popular entree choice for your special occasion is a beef tenderloin, and guess what? It’s a pretty forgiving and flavorful cut of meat. Plus, it’s worth trying … Read More.

Hanukkah Help for Everyone

I like to think I’m well-informed about things and Hanukkah is no exception. I learned about it for three minutes during an assembly in Kindergarten, I had a Jewish acquaintance in middle school, and I know every word to Adam Sandler’s Chanukah Song, so I figured I knew everything there is to know about the … Read More.

Sugar & Spice: Shake Up Your Holiday Baking

Consuming sweet treats seems to be a rite of passage for holiday revelers. It isn’t officially the season of cheer if you aren’t experiencing a sugar crash at least once a week. At a certain point, though, that sugar overload seems to dampen the taste buds. It’s time to wake them up with some new … Read More.

A Guide To Winter Squash

We may already be in a December-holidays mindset, but when it comes to eating seasonally, squash is still king. Winter squash are harvested late summer through fall, then cured or “hardened off” in open air to toughen their exterior. This process ensures the squash will keep for months without refrigeration. When selecting any variety of … Read More.

The Great Debate, Gratitude and Gift Guides

The phrase “staunch believer” is an understatement when it comes to how I feel about waiting until the day after Thanksgiving to begin celebrating Christmas. I’m not going to say there was once an instance in college where some of my roommates and I did not speak to others for a time based on how … Read More.

Holiday Appetizers To Suit A Diversity Of Diets

We’re coming into the time of year when celebrations and gatherings with loved ones are around every corner. Thanksgiving, Christmas, Hanukkah, New Years… there’s sure to be lots of sitting at tables full of food in the future! Nowadays, with so many people being on special diets, it’s a good idea to have a diversity … Read More.