Ashley Kim

"Our bodies are our gardens—our wills are our gardeners." – William Shakespeare

Oils

Let’s Talk Fats

The Story Behind Fats Healthy fats. It almost sounds like an oxymoron. Who would have thought fats could be healthy when eaten from the right sources? The wave of fear for fats…

Broccoli and Cauliflower and Kale, Oh My!

Face it, your mom was onto something when she said to eat your Brussels sprouts. Sure they didn’t taste so great back then. But hey, why not give them another try. What…

types of brown rice

“Brown Rice Please”

  “Brown rice please”. Those may be words you thought you’d never say. Or at least the words my boyfriend thought he’d never say, until I took him to a 18-day lifestyle…

Millet

No, it’s not just a food for birds. Millet, technically a seed rather than a grain, is comparable to oatmeal in its health benefits and versatile like rice in its flavor and…

Lima Beans

Often referred to as the “butter bean” due to its creamy texture and delicate flavor, these beans are exceptional for encouraging good health at any age. They come in a variety of…

Leeks

Leeks are related to garlic, onions, scallions, and shallots in the allium vegetable family. They can easily be mistaken for jumbo-sized scallions, having a small bulb that extends to green, flat leaves.…

Lentils

Lentils—a humble legume worthy to be praised. Packed with protein and iron, lentils are an excellent addition to any vegetarian or non-vegetarian diet. Even though these legumes grow in pods with only…

Kiwis

While they may have an unattractive outer skin that is brown and fuzzy, the inside flesh is an unexpected surprise. The flesh is bright green and smooth with tiny black seeds speckled…

Lemon

These citrus fruits have many health benefits that are mainly due to their high vitamin C content. In addition to their health benefits, lemons are an excellent flavor enhancer in many dishes and…

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