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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...Read More ›

Father’s Day Gift Guide 2018

It’s time to celebrate Dad! Read on for our FEED-approved Father’s Day gifts to help him keep up his healthy habits: For the dad who enjoys a glass of wine Red wine is often touted for its health benefits due to its concentration of the antioxidant resveratrol and its anti-inflammatory properties. While we recommend everything...Read More ›

Memorial Day Recipe Roundup

Fire up the grill and be Memorial Day Weekend ready with our FEED-approved barbecue recipes: Get the Party Started Toasted Pita Chips with Avocado Dip Avocados are full of heart-healthy fats and lots of fiber, which makes this dip a nutrient-dense start to any meal. Add a Satiating Side Apple, Cranberry and Almond Coleslaw Our...Read More ›

Baby Food for Adults?

Baby food isn’t normally something you’d picture an adult reaching for as a meal of choice. That is, unless you’re a mom trying to get your infant to eat their food, or you’re recovering from dental surgery. Read more to learn FEED founder and registered dietitian, Lara Field‘s perspective on this interesting diet choice for...Read More ›

Mother’s Day Gift Guide 2018

With Mother’s Day right around the corner, FEED’s got you covered with simple gifts sure to make your mom smile. From the mom that loves to cook, to the mom that needs a day off, we’ve got something for everyone. Celebrate the most important woman in your life with one of these FEED-approved Mother’s Day...Read More ›

Protein – How much is enough? Can you have too much?

Research has clearly shown that eating too much fat causes weight gain due to excess calorie intake.  Carbohydrates (sigh!), this poor nutrient category sure has taken its share of abuse. Everything from no-carb to low-carb to only-brown-carbs has circulated through the media. The truth is, both children and adults over-consume carbohydrates, which, like fats, can...Read More ›

25 Healthy Snacks Your Kids Will Love

1. Hummus & Vegetables Hummus is a wonderful nutritious snack kids love. Use your favorite store-bought hummus or use our recipe to make your own! 2. Kale Chips Kale is a dark leafy green packed with nutrients that can quickly be transformed into a delicious, crunchy, kid-friendly snack! 1 bunch organic kale, torn off stems...Read More ›

FEED Favorites for SPRING

Though the temperatures outside have been cool, according to the calendar, it is spring! Time to switch our focus from squash to salad greens! Eating with the seasons ensures you’re getting more nutritious and flavorful produce, plus it benefits the environment, too. Seasonal produce grows with less human “assistance” and is more likely to be produced locally,...Read More ›

What does it take to become a Registered Dietitian?

Although the terms dietitian and nutritionist are commonly used interchangeably, there are important differences between the two. All Registered Dietitians are considered nutritionists, that is, someone who has studied nutrition; however, not all nutritionists can also call themselves dietitians. A Registered Dietitian (RD) or Registered Dietitian Nutritionist (RDN) is a food and nutrition expert who has...Read More ›