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Late-Night-Snacking
By Experience Life Staff
Try these alternatives to help curb self-destructive snacking in the evening.
Government and Junk Food
By Michael Dregni
A new study links consumption of foods containing subsidized ingredients with America’s obesity epidemic.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
Do kids instinctively know what a healthy diet looks like? Maybe — but a little parental prodding never hurts.
Eat Fresh
By Pilar Gerasimo
Trade dead, packaged goods for foods that are fresh, alive, and full of high-vibe goodness. Figure out where to find them, learn to juice/slice/dice them, and eat them with great pleasure.
5-energy-traps
By Julie Kendrick
Well-timed, nutrient-dense meals and snacks can help you power through your days with steady energy.
mocktail bar
By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Give guests the option of fruity sugar-free drinks with or without alcohol and your party gets a whole lot healthier.
Soda and Taxes
By Kaelyn Riley
Several U.S. cities may vote in November to levy a per-ounce sugary drink tax on beverage distributors.
Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
How foraging for food can change the way you see the world around you.
FDA and Food Labeling
By Craig Cox
Revised guidelines highlight added sugars, adjust listings for fats.
Conscientious-Carnivore
By Matthew Kadey
Shopping for meat, fish, and eggs can leave you confused and conflicted. What’s the healthy, sustainable choice?
Georgia Pellegrini
By Laura Fogelberg
The chef and author of Girl Hunter shares her thoughts on foraging and hunting to bring her food to plate.
Alex-Jamieson
By Heidi Wachter
Author Alexandra Jamieson is on a mission to help women learn to listen to their desires — and to understand the deeper meaning behind their cravings.
Simplifying Eating
By Marc David
Tips for using your senses and instincts to eat healthy.
Biodiversity-in-Your-Grocery-Bag
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
The choices we make at the supermarket are having a bigger impact than many of us might realize.
Food & Phthalates
By Craig Cox
New research suggests that people who eat fast food have higher phthalate levels.
EWG 2016
By Kaelyn Riley
The Environmental Working Group updated their Dirty Dozen and Clean 15 lists of conventionally grown produce for 2016 — with a new fruit topping the chart.
Aquaculture
By Craig Cox
New study shows aquaculture industry’s move to plant-based feed reduces omega-3 levels.
Water and Soda
By Craig Cox
Industry reports suggest bottled water could surpass soda as America’s favorite nonalcoholic beverage by 2017.
Dara
By Dara Moskowitz Grumdahl
All you need is a few quick-pickling tricks to make your life a little easier and your microbiome a lot happier.
Axe Book Review
By Kaelyn Riley
In his new book, Dr. Josh Axe suggests that learning to eat dirt — literally and metaphorically — could be the best way to repair our microbiota.
Trends in Food Spending
By Experience Life Staff
Restaurant sales are showing an unprecedented increase — and that desire for convenience could be hurting our wallets and our waistlines.
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