What if I told you: that elusive “summer body” can be maintained year-round? Here, some tips on dodging the headline hype and staying on course with your fitness goals from season to season.
Food labels are confusing, and often times, either misleading or unnecessary. A recent trip to upstate New York finally introduced me to a food label worth looking out for. Fellow New Yorkers, take note: more here on the NYS Grown & Certified program.
What if I told you: a family of ranchers had a hand in not only protecting, but improving the quality of drinking water for nine million people? Read more here on Thunder View Farms, a true case study in environmental stewardship.
Easter Sunday is finally upon us. Here, some lenten reflections on giving up dessert (to be defined below), the dietary changes that ensued, and why I won’t (likely EVER) stop eating sugar. The experience may surprise you.
Here’s my heartfelt attempt at starting a conversation to bridge the gap between New York Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and the beef community.
With all the buzz surrounding grass-fed beef, you may be wondering: is grain-finished beef healthy? What’s the impact of grain-finished beef on the environment? Here, decoding some labels and shedding light on why grain-finished beef can benefit both your family and the environment.
Question: did you eat today? Put clothes on your back? Get in your car? Every aspect of our lives is touched by agriculture, yet it’s something to which we probably don’t give enough thought. In celebration of Ag Week, I’m honored to feature Crystal Klug, a rancher and farmer in Nebraska. A glimpse into her life, here.
Happy National Nutrition Month! March is a time to celebrate the importance of making sound food choices and being physically active in ways that fit your lifestyle. When assessing your needs, don’t forget to factor in the potential for satisfaction! More on the “S factor,” here.
It’s Fat Tuesday, but sugar - not the “f” word - weighs heavily on my mind. If sweets are on the chopping block for the next forty days, where does one draw the line? Some thoughts on the slippery slope of Lenten dietary restrictions, here.
Have we become so spoilt for choice with which to load our grocery carts that we’ve taken abundance for granted? Here, some food for thought on why having a “choice” isn’t always the best thing when it comes to feeding our families.