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Science Saturday: Gluten-Free Reduces Nutrients

I am not a fan of gluten-free diets without medical necessity, as there is simply no research pointing to benefits from omitting gluten unless you have a condition such as celiac disease or a gluten sensitivity. Gluten-containing foods, such as whole wheat, barley,...

Sharon’s Favorite Things

Happy Friday! I can’t wait to share some of my favorite plant-powered things with you this week. That’s a photo (above) of my fall/winter garden in Southern California, where we have two distinct seasons in the home garden. Spring/summer is all about tomatoes, summer...

The Plant-Powered Dietitian’s Take on What the Health

You probably know that I support plant-based diets, and eat a vegan diet myself as my own personal take on how I can make a positive impact on my health, as well as the health of animals and the planet. My philosophy is that we can all experience benefits by eating a...

Plant Chat: Annemarie Ahearn, Salt Water Farm

I am delighted to welcome Annemarie Ahearn to our Plant Chat today. She is founder of Salt Water Farm and Cooking School in Lincolnville, Maine. Although she grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Annemarie frequently took summer trips to Maine to visit the blueberry farm...

Squash Palooza: 50 Plant-Powered Squash Recipes

Aren’t you in love with fall? As the days shorten, the leaves start to turn golden, and we pull out our warm sweaters, it’s also time to pull out our favorite fall recipes. One of my absolute favorite fall plant foods is squash. Mother Nature really did it right when...

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