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Food of the Week~ Apples

​Apples have been grown for thousands of years: They first grew in Turkey and are considered to be the oldest tree to be cultivated by humans! Apples are low on the glycemic index and have been shown to reduce the risk of diabetes because of the high fiber content and phytonutrients. This delicious fruit can […]



Food of the Week ~ Quinoa

Quinoa is actually a seed, not a grain. Because it is cooked like a grain, it is categorized as such. This seed from the beet family has the perfect balance of all nine essential amino acids, which is rarely found in plants. Quinoa has a relatively low glycemic index score of 53, which means that […]


Food of the Week ~ Cauliflower

Food of the Week ~ Cauliflower

​Cauliflower is a member of the cruciferous vegetable (or Brassicaceae) family- along with broccoli, cabbage, kale, brussels sprouts.  Due to its special combination of phytochemicals called carotenoids, tocopherols, and ascorbic acid, cauliflower highly correlated with preventing chronic diseases including cardiovascular diseases, diabetes, neurodegenerative disorders, and various forms of cancers because it helps to decrease the inflammation that causes […]


Food of the Week

​Celery is incredibly low in calories – only 16 per one-cup serving and is from the same plant family as carrots, parsley, fennel and caraway. The minerals in celery, especially magnesium soothe the nervous system. If you enjoy a celery-based snack in the evening, you may sleep better. The high water content of celery, combined […]


Food of the Week ~ Butter Beans

What is a butter bean, anyway?  A butter bean the same thing as a lima bean, but in a more mature state. Lima beans are young and green, whereas a butter bean has had time to mature and get dried out. The mature Butter Bean has a less starchy flavor with a creamy texture. In […]