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Eat Seasonably – CHERRIES

Cherries are a sweet stone fruit that are only in season for a short time in the summer months. Available in many shades of purple and red, cherries are high in fiber, Vitamin C and potassium. They also have anti-inflammatory polyphenols and carotenoids – agents that may ward off diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, and […]

Hydrating Foods for Summer

Staying hydrated this summer is important as the temperatures rise! With more time spent outdoors and increased activity, our daily fluid needs increase due to losses from sweat. However, filling up your water bottle isn’t the only way to stay hydrated during warmer months – many fruits and vegetables contain  fluid, too! Check out a few […]

Festive Recipes for the Fourth of July

Let red, white and blue ingredients be the star of this year’s Fourth of July menu. FEED’s got you covered from sunrise to sunset with seasonal recipes suited for celebrating America’s birthday:   Start your day off with a bang Blueberry cauliflower smoothie This bright berry smoothie will revolutionize your morning. Adding frozen cauliflower to […]

FEED’s Favorite No-Cook Recipes

Beat the heat with these no-cook eats and treats! We’ve gathered up our favorite recipes for summer– no oven required: Greek Yogurt Tuna Salad Lose the high-fat mayo and swap in Greek yogurt for a lower-calorie, higher-protein twist on this lunchtime classic. Serve with veggies and your favorite high-fiber cracker for a complete meal. Cucumber […]

Spinach vs. Kale: Which is the Greater Green?

The Dietary Guidelines for Americans recommends five servings of vegetables each day, with at least one of those servings coming from leafy green vegetables. Vibrantly colorful leafy greens, such as kale and spinach, contain vitamins, minerals, and phenolic compounds that may help protect against the risk of developing chronic disease. Both spinach and kale are known to […]

Heart-Healthy Recipe Roundup

In honor of Heart Health Month, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite recipes that contribute to a heart-healthy diet. Eating smart for your heart is a delicious way to reduce your unhealthy blood cholesterol and lower your risk for heart disease: Overnight Oats Instead of traditional hot oatmeal, try overnight oats for a cold, […]