Five Quick Tips For a Healthy Lunch at Work

For those working a long day, lunch may be the meal that suffers. It may be a problem of improper nutrition, or perhaps even it is the meal that gets skipped regularly. It’s hard to imagine anyone not wanting to enjoy a delicious lunchtime meal. Which leads me to believe it’s not a lack of [...]

Some Things Should be Labeled

Like most complicated things, some people are better at doing them while the rest of us forget, or perhaps just don't care to take part. Let's be honest: when was the last time you looked at a food label? Think about it... How many times a day do you look? Recently, I came across a [...]

Where is Your Food From?

I was at Oliver's Market the other day. A strong proponent for local agriculture, the soul of their company is creating relationships with local farmers and vendors. On this day, I was talking to one of the butchers about the growing local food movement. We discussed how it's pretty cool to know where you're food [...]

Your New Year’s Resolution: More Than Just a Tradition

Ah yes, the yearly routine of making self-improvement promises. It could be to cook more meals at home instead of darting to the fast-food joint every night or maybe to drive less--save the environment and walk or bike for transportation. Perhaps, you are aiming at a grander scale. Maybe you want a new job for [...]

Lifestyle Improvements

It seems to me that there are two ways of looking at living a fit-lifestyle. Those that live unhealthy lifestyles usually have some combination of constant drugs, alcohol, tobacco, sedentariness or unhealthy eating in their life. For these people, the first step is to look towards lifestyle improvements and living healthily. This approach has a [...]