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Ryan Dodge

Get Your Glow On: A Q&A With Chef Ryan Dodge

By Anjula Razdan
We talk to Life Time executive chef Ryan Dodge about his food philosophy, food that is alive, and LifeCafe’s Coffee Crunch Energy Bites.
bananas

4 Endangered Foods

By Michael Dregni
The climate crisis is threatening the foods we love. Here's what we can do about it.
a table set with common foods attributed to allergies

Allergy, Sensitivity, or Intolerance? A Guide to Food-Reactivity Issues

By Mo Perry
Learn more about the difference between food allergies, intolerances, and sensitivities, what might be behind their increasing prevalence, and what you can do about them.
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4 Ways to Use an Overripe Avocado

By Courtney Lewis Opdahl
Don't toss that precious fruit! Discover four ways to use an avocado that seems past its prime.
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Tastemaker: Q&A With Padma Lakshmi

By Lori Berger
The Top Chef host and best-selling author Padma talks about her passion for immigrant cultures and their food stories — and the joys of eating more adventurously.
dips and veggies

6 Delicious Dips

By Robin Asbell
Dunk sliced raw veggies or your favorite crackers into one of these healthy dips. Bonus: We even have a dessert dip!
a plate of raw food

7 Tips for Eating a Raw-Foods Diet

By Catherine Guthrie
Thinking about trying a raw-foods diet? These tips, including easing into raw foods and eating warming spices, might help ward off digestive distress.
Paul Kriegler

Everyday Habits for Building Immunity

With Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT
Season 5, Episode 1   April 19, 2022

The topic of immunity has gotten a lot of attention because of the pandemic, yet our immune systems always need support so we’re healthy and strong at the metabolic level and prepared to fight off germs, bacteria, and other potentially compromising invaders. Paul Kriegler, RD, CPT, shares the lifestyle habits within our control that can build our immunity, including primary factors to be aware of and what might provide us with the greatest resilience.

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a bowl of dates

How to Buy, Store, and Use Dates

By Callie Fredrickson
Whether as a standalone snack or an ingredient in your next recipe, this sweet fruit deserves a place in your kitchen.
a woman pour steaming water from a tea pot into a tea cup

4 Tips for Tea Preparation

By Robert Hanson
Follow these suggestions to brew a perfect cup of tea.
a person making sauerkraut

Should People With IBS, Leaky Gut, or Other Gut Issues Eat a Raw-Food Diet?

By Catherine Guthrie
If you have digestive challenges, a raw-foods diet might not be right for you. Here's why.
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12 Tips to Create an Eco-Friendly Kitchen

By Camille Berry
Try these tips to cut back on food and plastic waste in your kitchen.
a table set with pea salad, roasted lamb and blackberry crumble

Seamus Mullen’s Spring Recipes

By Seamus Mullen
Seamus Mullen shares a spring menu made up of some of his fresh favorites.
a variety of raw foods

The Pros and Cons of a Raw-Food Diet

By Catherine Guthrie
Raw-food diets have many passionate advocates, but the benefits differ for different people. Learn how find a balance that's right for you.
a variety of teas in glass cups

How to Enjoy Tea

By Robert Hanson
Different cultures have various ways of enjoying this age-old beverage. Try one of these recipes to make teatime more delicious.
a woman eats a bowl of fruit

7 Tips on Eating for Trauma Recovery

By Jessie Sholl
Cutting back on caffeine, eating magnesium-rich foods, and more can help support you while you are healing from chronic stress.
bins of a variety of potatoes

A Field Guide to Potatoes

By Elizabeth Millard
Learn the features — and nutritional benefits — of five types of potatoes: French fingerlings, Peruvian purples, red potatoes, Yukon golds, and russets.
collage of nutritious food to support a healthy mind

How Trauma Affects Our Eating Habits

By Jessie Sholl
Trauma can play a significant role in our relationship with food — which is why some nutritionists and dietitians are practicing a more holistic approach.
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