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Living a healthy lifestyle with your food choices. Healthy living is a Feast Media must!

Ashley Terrell2 days ago
Foodie Resolutions for the New Year
The holidays are rapidly approaching as the year comes to a close. As families gather around their menorahs and fresh cut Christmas trees, many others are declaring holiday memories and New Year resol...
Brandi Brown7 days ago
Non-Meat Sources of Vitamin D
Americans have an epidemic of vitamin D deficiency, especially among women. An estimated 3 million people in the U.S. are deficient in vitamin D. Some of that difference can be attributed to people sp...
Ashley Terrell12 days ago
Benefits of Dark Roast Coffee
Coffee is the "go-to" for many morning starters. As a #bosslady with a packed schedule, the antioxidant packed bean is considered my morning anchor and my day's savior. As I noticed my infatuation wit...
Brandi Brown13 days ago
Tasty Ways to Eat More Fiber
The exact amount of fiber needed in one’s diet is in dispute, but the general recommendation is that people need 14g for every 1,000 calories. Women tend to need less fiber as they age. Getting enough...
Paige Makepeace16 days ago
The Truth About Soya
Hello everyone, I hope you’re well. So, I bet you’re all thinking that soya (you know that stuff that is in a lot of what we eat and comes from a bean) is really good for you, right? If you’re dairy i...
Jenny Becka month ago
Moringa
If you've never heard of Moringa, you are not alone. Although this tropical plant grows abundantly in parts of Africa and Asia, many people living in Western countries are not familiar with it. Howeve...
Ayah Elbeyalia month ago
10 Smoothies for Winter
Most people wouldn’t say a smoothie is one of their top choices for a morning beverage when it’s below 50 degrees outside. But the truth is, on some mornings you need energy that you just can’t get fr...
Aleesa Ruddera month ago
Egg-Sactly What You Need to Know
Many people are squawking about animals and what's happening with them. We've heard many different sides ranging from industrializing more to stopping the use altogether. I stand somewhere in the midd...
Brittnay Sharmana month ago
Ways to Eat Well and Not Break the Bank
Have a tight budget? That means meal planning and grocery shopping can be a challenge. Not only that it can be difficult to maintain a healthy lifestyle whilst tightening your (money) belt. Over time ...
What 'Budget-Friendly' Meal Prep Seems to Forget
If you have even the slightest interest in cooking, you've probably fallen down a similar rabbit hole—watching budget-friendly meal prep videos on Youtube: "$20 Meal Prep for 1 Week!" "$40 Meal Prep f...
Audrey O'Donnella month ago
Benefits of Mycelium
Have you been getting your recommended servings of vegetables and fruit everyday? How about drinking plenty of water? If you have, then thumbs up, but there may be something else you want to add to yo...
Saving Time on Meal Prep
Sometimes it seems like we only have two options: hunch over a hot stove or cutting board for at least 20 minutes, or grab a bite that was probably more greasy, sugary, or otherwise unhealthy than you...
Eating Vegetables When You Don't like Vegetables
While people will argue whether red meat, grains, fruit, dairy, and a multitude of other foods should be removed with prejudice from your diet, most diets agree that vegetables are good for you and th...
Renee Quailey2 months ago
Berries
It’s no secret food is amazing, and so is fruit. But do you know what is extra special? Berries. Why are they so tasty, healthy, and refreshing? Berries are like nature's candy that our planet hands o...
Linda Paul2 months ago
The Versatility of Rice
Rice is actually consumed in one form or another by half of the world’s population. Brown rice is indigenous to India. It was introduced to China more than 3,000 years B.C. Brown rice found its way to...
Joemarie C.3 months ago
The Health & Environmental Benefits of Mushrooms
What can these fungi species really offer us?
Brandi Brown4 months ago
Getting Enough Iron Without Meat
Do you know what tempeh is? How about backstrap molasses? If you know what they are, can you pick them up on your regular grocery run? Finding non-meat sources of iron doesn't have to mean you are sea...
Natalie C4 months ago
Healthy Living
Did you know that more than 53 percent of Americans skip breakfast at least once a week and 12 percent never have breakfast at all? I used to fall into this category. I would wake up late, mozy around...