Close up on wheat stalk heads in field.
04/16/2018
The Problem with Whole Wheat One of the main problems with whole wheat is its gluten content. Many people with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity experience digestive issues upon consuming whole... read more
04/11/2018
Apple cider vinegar may be best known as a condiment, but it also has a rich history as a health supplement. Hippocrates, known as the founder of medicine, prescribed a drink made of apple... read more
Wooden bowl filled with oats on whitewashed table.
04/07/2018
Fiber is Key When you count all the little folds, the total surface area of our gut is about 3,000 square feet. That’s larger than a tennis court. Yet, only a single layer of cells... read more
Various types and shapes of pasta noodles piled together.
04/05/2018
Although it’s a never-ending battle for many people all over the world, the benefits of maintaining a healthy body weight have been widely known for years. The idea behind any weight loss... read more
Sunset glow over farmland and crop rows
03/31/2018
The term Regenerative Agriculture has generated quite a buzz in the last several months. Farmers, ranchers, and many companies across the U.S. are embracing the term as a way to heal the planet and... read more
Stopwatch next to exploded stopwatch
03/21/2018
With so much going on in our lives, it’s hard to juggle life, family, jobs, classes and making healthy meals. It feels like you need time to make healthy food, and when you’re always on the go,... read more
Very hungry businesswoman about to bite into sandwich
03/13/2018
Whether you are trying to actively lose weight or simply to maintain a healthy weight, one thing that almost guarantees success is getting the right amount of calories each day. This is easier said... read more
Glass and chrome salt shaker on table.
03/10/2018
We've all heard that cutting salt from our diet makes us healthier. However, few of us know exactly how a low sodium diet benefits us and how our body becomes healthier. Various studies have found... read more
Young lettuce plants growing in hydroponic system rows
03/06/2018
I can smell it; spring is just around the corner. While some areas of the country are still under winter’s frigid grip, elongated English cucumbers are flourishing in shade houses near the Mexican... read more

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Close up on wheat stalk heads in field.
04/16/2018
The Problem with Whole Wheat One of the main problems with whole wheat is its gluten content. Many people with Celiac disease or gluten sensitivity experience digestive issues upon consuming whole... read more
04/11/2018
Apple cider vinegar may be best known as a condiment, but it also has a rich history as a health supplement. Hippocrates, known as the founder of medicine, prescribed a drink made of apple... read more
Wooden bowl filled with oats on whitewashed table.
04/07/2018
Fiber is Key When you count all the little folds, the total surface area of our gut is about 3,000 square feet. That’s larger than a tennis court. Yet, only a single layer of cells... read more
Various types and shapes of pasta noodles piled together.
04/05/2018
Although it’s a never-ending battle for many people all over the world, the benefits of maintaining a healthy body weight have been widely known for years. The idea behind any weight loss... read more
Sunset glow over farmland and crop rows
03/31/2018
The term Regenerative Agriculture has generated quite a buzz in the last several months. Farmers, ranchers, and many companies across the U.S. are embracing the term as a way to heal the planet and... read more
Stopwatch next to exploded stopwatch
03/21/2018
With so much going on in our lives, it’s hard to juggle life, family, jobs, classes and making healthy meals. It feels like you need time to make healthy food, and when you’re always on the go,... read more
Very hungry businesswoman about to bite into sandwich
03/13/2018
Whether you are trying to actively lose weight or simply to maintain a healthy weight, one thing that almost guarantees success is getting the right amount of calories each day. This is easier said... read more
Glass and chrome salt shaker on table.
03/10/2018
We've all heard that cutting salt from our diet makes us healthier. However, few of us know exactly how a low sodium diet benefits us and how our body becomes healthier. Various studies have found... read more
Young lettuce plants growing in hydroponic system rows
03/06/2018
I can smell it; spring is just around the corner. While some areas of the country are still under winter’s frigid grip, elongated English cucumbers are flourishing in shade houses near the Mexican... read more

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12/24/2017
Tis the season! Green Diva Meg created this delicious, nutritious, and fun vegan eggnog recipe for a fun alternative to a holiday favorite. See TheGreenDivas.com for the full recipe and... read more
05/06/2017
Homemade goodness in one pot. Green Diva Meg shares a new favorite healing broth recipe that's super easy to make. Please see thegreendivas.com for the full recipe and detailed instructions. 
04/22/2017
Look out, party guests — you're going to love this! GD Meg shares her vegan tzatziki recipe in this fun tutorial.  Check TheGreenDivas.com for the full recipe and much more! 
04/20/2017
Green Diva Meg's easy peasy homemade cashew milk recipe. Great for smoothies, cereal, desserts, coffee, or just to drink. PLEASE VISIT TheGreenDivas.com for more details!
12/20/2016
Secret recipe time! Green Diva Meg finally shows us how she makes her famous delicious berry crumble. It's pretty easy, and she makes it with gluten-free ingredients (and nobody even knows).... read more
12/06/2016
Brighten up so many recipes! Make these yummy preserved lemons also called salt lemons, a French culinary staple, and one of the most delicious and versatile condiments you'll ever taste. Visit... read more
12/02/2016
This recipe is so easy and satisfying. Green Diva Meg's latest vegan culinary creation. She's having fun with her new spiralizer and had fun developing this easy sweet potato spiralized pasta with... read more
09/21/2015
Cooking with the freshest ingredients (that need dispatching as part of the recipe) from the local, non-touristy market, guarantees delicious results. Follow up the hot chillis on a hot day with a... read more
04/17/2015
evox caught up with Jonathan Carp, President and CEO of Miracle Noodle. Learn about how Jonathan's trip to Kyoto, Japan opened his eyes to the possibility of a calorie-free substitute for noodles and... read more

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