By Deborah Phillips, MS, LDN, CHES
We are entering the time of year when food takes on all kinds of new and different meanings. It is often a time of excess – too much food, too much fun. It is fraught with emotions, good and bad, and it is filled with traditions. All of this…
By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
This delicious stew is perfect for vegetarians or meat eaters. And it’s full of healthy fats! Comforting and warm, it’s one the whole family can enjoy for dinner. Add in some chicken or tofu for extra protein. If you’re enjoying a bit of grains, this pairs nicely with wild rice. INGREDIENTS…
By Sudha Carolyn Lundeen
Perhaps like me, you greet the fall season with ambivalent feelings.  I love the fall colors, the arrival of honey crisp apples and the warming stews and soups.  I am not delighted, however, by the upcoming cold, ice and decreasing daylight hours. As the summer fades, so…
By Lisa Dreher, MS, RDN, LDN
In the pursuit of health, many of us get lost in the details. There are a seemingly endless number of guidelines on what, when and how much we should be eating. In a desperate attempt to keep up with the rapid pace at which health and nutrition information…
By Maggie Ward, MS, RD, LDN
By The UWC Nutrition Team Foods are your most powerful tool to protect and support the liver.  There are 2 major phases of detoxification in the liver.  In order to have effective detoxification, you want to eat foods that contain compounds that support both…
By Elizabeth Boham, MD
  As parents, we all want to do the best for our children.  We advocate getting them into the best schools and making sure the best teachers are teaching them.  We keep them physically active by shuttling them from one activity to the next.  But…