Sharing a meal with friends and family is about so much more than eating food. It’s about friendship, connection, togetherness, laughter and tradition. But when you eat a different diet than the rest of your family–for whatever reason–it can feel like you’re missing out on those aspects of community. Sometimes, that makes it hard to … Read more Delicious Vegan and Gluten Free Thanksgiving Recipes for Vegans and Those Who Invite Them to Dinner
Filling your plate with a lot of colors is about so much more than a nice presentation. Eating a variety of colors provides different nutrients to help boost immunity, prevent illness, reduce risk of disease, support energy levels, and support the body’s natural processes. Brianna, RD, compiled this list of colorful foods and what they can … Read more How Eating a Rainbow of Foods Can Help You Live Longer
Maintaining a healthy diet while juggling a heavy course load and work (not to mention a social life) isn’t impossible. Follow these five pointers to stay healthy this semester. Eat Breakfast. Eating breakfast has been linked to better concentration, improved memory and cognition, lower cholesterol, greater energy throughout the day, greater performance at work/school, jump … Read more College Meal Plan 101: 5 steps to healthy eating
Are CSA and home garden greens taking over your kitchen? Resolution’s dietitian, Brianna, shares her top 8 deliciously creative ways to use your veggies before they wilt. (You’ll want a blender or food processor for most of these.) Drink ’em now…or later. Wash greens and freeze them. Later, toss them into a blender with your … Read more 8 delicious ways to use your CSA greens
Eating local typically means eating food that was grown within 100 miles of where it’s purchased. But why does it matter? Our dietitian, Brianna, rounded up some of the top reasons you should Eat Local. More nutrients. Local food is packed full of nutrients due to the quality of soil the food is grown in. … Read more Why should I eat local?
Fueling your body is important if you want to get the most out of your exercise. Whether you’re a Cross-Fit athlete, a yogi, a runner, or a cyclist, follow these dietitian-approved recommendations. PRE WORKOUT HYDRATE. If your urine looks more like apple juice than lemonade, it’s a sure sign that you are dehydrated. Dehydration leads … Read more Ask a Dietitian: What should I eat before and after I work out?
What we eat can affect how we feel and how our bodies function –our Wellness– in profound ways. Our food choices impact us both immediately and over the long-term. “Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food.” —(Attributed to) Hippocrates As part of our vision for Collaborative Wellness, at Resolution we advocate for … Read more Know Your Roots : Common (and Amazing!) Medicinal Herbs- Ginseng, Ginger & Turmeric