5 Ways to Get Past the Guilt of Holiday Eating

It’s frankly impossible to get through the holidays without either saying yourself or hearing someone else say something shameful about indulging in food. “I had three cookies! I’m so bad!” “Wine and cheese tonight, extra treadmill time tomorrow!” “I’m being good… no seconds for me!” I’m gonna go out on a limb and say we … Read More.

The New Product Lowdown

Maintaining a fresh, exciting product mix is something Good Foods Co-op strives to do. Our buyers are continually bringing in new products for our shoppers and they base the decisions about what to buy on your requests, current trends, what’s new for the season and items that align with our store ethos. I recently hit up … Read More.

What’s Up With A2 Milk?

You may have noticed it on our dairy shelves or heard tell of a new, “better-for-you” milk product, but A2 milk is just one of the newest dairy options competing for a spot in your fridge. How does one differentiate A2 from a multitude of milk offerings? If you experience dairy intolerance, is A2 the … Read More.

Kodiak Cakes: Pancakes (and Waffles) that Pack in the Protein

Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix Ingredients: 100% whole grain wheat flour, 100% whole grain oat flour, wheat protein isolate, brown sugar, whey protein concentrate, milk protein concentrate, buttermilk powder, leavening, sea salt I’d been hearing about Kodiak Cakes Power Cakes Flapjack and Waffle Mix for a little while before finally picking it … Read More.

How Legit is the Lectin-Free Diet?

The lectin-free diet is one of the latest nutrition trends. First promoted by Dr. Steven Gundry, going lectin-free requires the elimination of many foods on the basis of their lectin content, which he believes to be the root cause of systemic inflammation and other negative effects throughout the human body[1]. Lectin is a protein found … Read More.

The Many Benefits of Seeds

Seeds are an amazing food. Each seed contains the potential to sprout and grow into a plant—a plant that will mature and produce more seeds, which will sprout, mature and make more seeds. Every time we eat a seed, we are consuming the potential—all the protein, vitamins, minerals, enzymes—needed to grow an entire plant and … Read More.