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How to Roast Vegetables

Roasting is an easy and delicious way to prepare a large amount of vegetables for the week ahead, which is why we often recommend this cooking technique to our clients. Follow FEED dietitian and chef Sara Haas step-by-step instructions for roasting the right way: To Roast Preheat your oven to 425 degrees while prepping your vegetables....Read More ›

13 Study Snacks for College Students

This summer, FEED had the pleasure of having a University of Michigan sophomore work with us and provide first-hand knowledge of navigating college life with celiac disease. Read on for her recommendations for study snacks for college students that will keep you full and focused: Starting Freshman year in college is an extremely exciting, yet...Read More ›

Five Ways to Choose Foods that are Good for You and the Environment

It’s Earth Day! A day to celebrate our planet and make sure we are caring for it appropriately.  It’s an opportunity to look at our daily impact and make more sustainable choices including eating the best foods for you and our planet! Here are five ways you can choose foods that are good for you...Read More ›

Hard Boiled Eggs the EASY Way! 

If there’s a basic life skill you should have, it’s knowing how-to hard boil an egg. Why? Because this simple cooking technique sets you up for creating nourishing meals that won’t break the bank! So what are you waiting for? It’s time you mastered the art of making hard boiled eggs! First Things First Before...Read More ›

Meet FEED’s Newest Dietitian: Sara Haas

FEED is growing! We are thrilled to introduce our newest team member, Sara Haas, RD. Read on to find out more about Sara and her unique perspective as a dietitian and culinary expert. With Sara’s help, we are so excited to offer our clients more help in the heart of the home– the kitchen!  ...Read More ›

Super Swaps for Spring Cleaning your Pantry

Time for some spring cleaning? Don’t forget the kitchen! Read on for some super swaps you can make while cleaning out the pantry to boost the nutrient density of your favorite shelf-stable staples: Use white flour or rice? Wow ’em next time with whole grains White flour and white rice are refined grains meaning they...Read More ›

Is there a HEALTHY chicken nugget?

Many turn to the freezer section to find quick solutions to mid-week meals, and chicken nuggets are one of the most frequently purchased items. However, before you put that box of dino-shaped poultry into your shopping cart, check out FEED Founder Lara Field‘s expert tips on finding the best frozen option featured on Huffington Post.  

Five Fast Lunch Ideas

No sad desk lunches here! Whether you’re eating your midday meal at home or on the go, we believe it can be nutrient-dense and no-fuss at the same time. Here are five fast, FEED-approved lunch ideas: Fill up on fiber We love GG crispbreads as the foundation of a filling (and fast!) lunch because of...Read More ›

The Truth About Eggs

Eggs are one of the most versatile foods around, but many people find this protein source confusing — to eat the yolk or not, is often the question! While old nutrition advice used to include avoiding egg yolks as often as possible to decrease dietary cholesterol intake, new research has since proven this unnecessary. According to...Read More ›