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Mother’s Day – Stay at Home Style

This Mother’s Day, we need to honor Mom more than ever! She is working at her full-time job, helping us homeschool, assisting with the meal prep, cooking and shopping. In addition to organizing the home that we are spending SO much time in, all the while keeping the family in good spirts! Our mom’s are...Read More ›

Heart Healthy Eating

Current research shows that more than 1 in 3 adults live with heart disease. In addition to being the first and fifth leading causes of death, heart disease and stroke result in serious illness, decreased quality of life, and have a dramatic impact on health care costs. Strategies to improve heart health include modifying lifestyle...Read More ›

How to Stock a Healthy Pantry

While being at home for an extended period of time with shelter in place, we are relying on pantry staples more than ever before. At FEED Nutrition Consulting, we always say, “home should be your health haven.” By keeping foods you can rely on to match your health goals, you will be less tempted to...Read More ›

How to Manage COVID-19 Anxiety

In a time of uncertainty and confusion, we know how hard it can be to keep a clear head and not get wrapped up in the chaos of the COVID environment. While a certain level of stress and anxiety can be healthy and even motivational, we want to make sure our stress levels don’t get...Read More ›

Eat Seasonably – CABBAGE

Trying to find fresh produce in the winter months? The struggle is REAL!  Luckily, cabbage is available to bring an element of freshness and color to your kitchen! From traditional European green and red cabbage to the Asian varieties of napa cabbage and bok choy, all varieties of cabbage are nutritionally similar. Cabbage is high...Read More ›

Fresh Crop of Superfoods

We are always looking for the next nutrient powerhouse to incorporate into our diet. FEED Founder and Registered Dietitian, Lara Field shares her thoughts published in REAL SIMPLE – Fresh Crop of Superfoods. Read along to learn what to add into your cart on your next shopping trip!

Whole Milk – How drinking more may help your kids weigh less

Milk choice is one of the most frequently discussed topics in nutrition. Should I transition my baby to whole milk at 1 year of age? Should I choose organic? Is plant-based milk a better choice than cow’s milk? The list goes on! On the heels of the un-processed food movement, many consumers are looking towards minimally processed...Read More ›

Holiday Gift Guide 2019

We love kitchen tools, and what better gift to get your favorite foodie for the holidays? This year, we are sharing some of our favorite things in our healthy holiday gift guide. Whether looking for the perfect present, or simply hoping to improve your own health habits, these recommendations are sure to please! Kitchen Gadgets:...Read More ›

Kid Friendly Lunch Ideas

One of the biggest questions parents ask us — how do I pack a healthy lunch for school? This school lunch dilemma is further complicated by lack of refrigeration, short lunch periods and picky eaters! So how do you pack a healthy lunch that is also kid friendly? Jackie Bender is met up with FEED...Read More ›