You’re restricting food intake, killing it at the gym, even doubling up on spin classes and, still, the scale won’t budge. Why? Because the Eat Less + Move More weight loss model simply doesn’t work, and worse, it can lead to disordered eating, over exercising, guilt, shame, and feelings of defeat. Here's the truth...Read More
January is finally here, and with it a flurry of New Year’s resolutions, big and small. What can we do better in 2019? How can we stack the odds in our favor, and increase our chances of creating the life we want?
Things are moving fast: kids, school, work, schedules, social obligations, more work. You're busy running around taking care of everyone and everything. Then you look up and see an entire month has passed, but you're not really sure how it happened?
You might need to ditch the nightshades. Tomatoes and tomato sauce are as American as apple pie. But most people don’t realize that tomatoes belong to a group of vegetables called nightshades, and that these foods can trigger inflammation in people with arthritis.
As chefs, inspiration comes directly from the landscape of the season. Autumn inspires with vivid colors, leaves and pine needles carpeting yards and rooftops, and earthy aromas punctuating the crisp morning air. We are drawn to the farmer’s market to revel in the bounty of fresh vegetables local growers pull from the healthy, organic soils just a short drive from our kitchen door.
When it comes to juicing, cold-pressed is best. At Organic Pharmer, all of our juices are cold-pressed. Why? Most juicers expose vegetables to a high-velocity roto-chamber of razor-sharp cutting blades. While cold-pressing is a gentle, two-step process: slow-grind the veggies to a pulp, and then apply pressure to extract the most vital, nutritious and supremely delicious raw juice possible.