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Six Superfoods to Stock Up on This Spring

Posted by Julie Morris, Navitas Organics Executive Chef on Mar 20, 2018 2:38:25 AM

Each month, we have the exciting edible opportunity to take advantage of nature’s freshest and most special produce: the foods that are truly seasonal. But there’s more to eating seasonally than just buying what’s on sale at the grocery store. This activity is dependent upon a combination of utilizing the newest crops, and eating the foods that most support our body during specific weather patterns and times of transition. For example, you probably wouldn’t crave watermelon much during winter since it’s a cooling food that is packed with electrolytes…not something most of us need when it’s jacket weather. Here are some of the foods that are best to take advantage of in the spring, both in flavor as well as in function:

Radishes – Make your spring dishes really sing with colorful confetti made of fresh radish shavings. Ready to top your next sandwich, pizza, salad or avocado toast? This peppery root is available all year round, but it’s at its prime in the spring. Radishes are well known for their beautifying, antibacterial, antifungal and detoxifying properties, all of which make them an excellent addition to your clean diet line-up. Try to include radishes of all types, including purple, black, ninja and watermelon for a delicious variety.

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How Changing the Way I Looked at Food Changed My Life

Posted by Lila Zimmerman on Mar 1, 2018 2:14:51 AM

You can frequently find me wandering through the local farmers’ market, hiking out in nature or swimming in the ocean. I love anything related to health, well-being and mindfulness, but my journey to embracing this lifestyle did not happen overnight. The first time I began to understand the magical powers of eating healthy was my senior year of high school when a teacher showed us a clip from the acclaimed documentary “Forks Over Knives.” I went home and watched the rest of the film on my own and continued to educate myself on the baffling reality that healthy, whole foods have super powers, and that food is medicine.

My mother studied nutrition in college, so growing up, my family dinner table was always stocked with fresh fruits and loaded salads, and my snack drawer was filled with granola bars, dried fruit and trail mixes. I definitely had a strong foundation for a healthy diet, but that did not shield me from the inevitable impact of mainstream media where females are encouraged to live up to an unrealistic image of beauty. As a teenager, I began to believe the only way to achieve a thin body was to restrict my calories and follow various fad diets. I lost weight but felt lethargic all the time, my skin was dry and my hair was brittle. I was far from thriving and learned these diet trends were not sustainable long term.

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