All posts in the ‘ Fresh Eating Tips ’ Category

Simply Nourished’s Jessica Beacom Shares Kid-Friendly Foods and Tips With Live Gourmet

April 27, 2016 | post a comment

  This week is Every Kid Healthy Week, promoting sound nutrition, regular physical activity and health-awareness programs in schools. The initiative comes at a critical time. Today, nearly 40% of children’s diets come from added sugars and unhealthy fats. And only 21% of youth age 6-19 eat the recommended five or… Read the Rest »

Back to School with Live Gourmet – Food Safety Month Edition

September 9, 2015 | post a comment

  Schools across the country are now in session. For many parents, this means reprioritizing their time to help with homework, commute to school and extracurricular activities, and plan meals can be an adjustment. To start the school year off right and in light of National Food Safety Month, we… Read the Rest »

Shake up your Summer Fare with North Shore Living Herbs®

July 30, 2015 | post a comment

At the height of summer, fresh vegetables abound in our gardens, our neighborhood grocery stores and farmers’ markets. In addition to seasonal produce, an array of herbs are widely available in the balmier months. Herbs like basil, chives, parsley and sage thrive this time of year due to the typically… Read the Rest »

Make the Most of your Garden Fresh Vegetables with Live Gourmet

July 15, 2015 | post a comment

Balmy evenings and dining alfresco are reasons enough to love summer. We have one more: an abundance of fresh, in-season produce. Whether you harvest from your backyard garden, your local farmer’s market, or your neighborhood grocery or produce store, we recommend you take your summer recipes for a walk on the… Read the Rest »

Kid-Friendly Snacks for Summer Vacation

June 25, 2015 | post a comment

  There are many reasons to celebrate during this time of year—many schools break for summer, weather gets warmer and the days are longer. Summer’s joie de vivre nature makes it tempting to pick up fast and pre-packaged food so that you carry on doing what you love most, spending… Read the Rest »

Juicing with Grace McGuire, A Vegan Super Mom and Health Blogger

April 29, 2015 | post a comment

  Grace McGuire is a passionate mother of two based in Allen, TX. A vegan since she was 22-years-old, McGuire often shares her nutrient-dense juices on Instagram and will share her foodie wisdom on her soon-to-be blog Nourish with Whole Foods. We recently had the pleasure to speak with McGuire… Read the Rest »

Commit to Healthier Eating Habits during Stress Awareness Month

April 15, 2015 | post a comment

In an age where over-scheduling and an “I can do it all” mentality are commonplace, Americans are feeling more stressed than ever before. According to a 2013 research report by Carnegie Mellon University, Americans’ stress levels have increased 10-30% over the last three decades. Furthermore, individuals experiencing high stress levels… Read the Rest »

Spring Renewal: Greens Meet Grains

March 24, 2015 | post a comment

Now that spring is here and our surrounding flora and fauna are emerging from their winter slumbers, we too can experience a renewal. One way we can achieve this is by consciously eating more fruits, vegetables and whole grains. According to a article, fresh produce and grains, like brown… Read the Rest »

Prepare to be Marketed To: Fruits and Vegetables Take Center Stage

February 27, 2015 | post a comment

Looks like 2015 may have just gotten a whole lot healthier, thanks to a new ad campaign called: FNV, the cool, new way to refer to fruits and vegetables. Here, at Hollandia Produce, we couldn’t be happier. As farmers ourselves and longtime supporters of Produce for Better Health, we’ve been… Read the Rest »

Top 5 Superfoods for a New Year/New You

January 14, 2015 | post a comment

If you’ve resolved to create a “new” you this New Year, we applaud you. While self-improvement involves many areas, improving your diet and health, will invariably impact most other aspects of your life. According to a study that looked at the highest concentrations of 17 nutrients considered important for public… Read the Rest »