By Brenda Ray Coffee, October 17, 2010
As part of our Breast Cancer Awareness Month blog series, Brenda Ray Coffee offers suggestions on how to support children when a parent is diagnosed with cancer.
By Allison Burch, October 10, 2010
Trick or Treat! To many of us, those words are terrifying. Not because of the all those ghosts and goblins wandering around. It’s because of the shocking amount of candy in our midst. All those horrifyingly unnatural artificial colors and flavors and all those preservatives better suited for a mummy than a mommy.
By Joe Dickson, October 10, 2010
While October is Non-GMO Month, today, 10-10-10, is Non-GMO Day! What are you doing to celebrate? Here are some ideas:
Read on for a chance to win a case of Nature's Path Organic Granola Bars for telling us what you think about GMOs.
Get Up to Speed…
By Allison Burch, October 8, 2010
There’s something about the change of seasons and the cooler-but-not-yet-cold days of Fall that makes me feel energized and ready for something new. I’m back into a consistent exercise routine (you know, the one that went on vacation during the summer), I start doing more home cooking, baking and trying new recipes, and I start refocusing on my overall health and well-being, perhaps in anticipation of a little splurging during the holidays.
By Kate Medley, October 7, 2010
By Paige Brady, October 3, 2010
By Brenda Ray Coffee, October 2, 2010
Every October thousands of high profile companies launch expensive ad campaigns designed to support “the cure” as part of Breast Cancer Awareness month. Retail shelves are lined with everything from pink mixers to pink toenail polish.
By Joe Dickson, October 1, 2010
October 2010 is our first (and hopefully annual) Non-GMO Month, an event that introduces and celebrates the “Non-GMO Project Verified” seal, a first-of-its-kind certification program that Whole Foods Market fully supports.
By Marla Camp, September 30, 2010
By Allison Burch, September 26, 2010
Read on for a chance to tell us which products meet your personal taste test and you might win a year’s subscription to Cooking Light.