7 Dimensions of Wellness

7 Dimensions of Wellness
7 Dimensions of Wellness

Thursday, July 28, 2016

When you think of Summer, what do you think of? Many correlate Summer with pretty colors and colorful things, so why not make your food colorful, as well!? Making your food more colorful will not only bring more nutrients and vitamins to the table, but making this effort can improve your health overall!

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Orecchiette with Roasted Peppers, Arugula, and Tomatoes

Kristin - Meatless Monday Intern

Monday, July 25, 2016

Here is a quick and easy recipe that will keep your mouth watering for more!


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Monday, July 18, 2016

Eating vegetarian one day a week can bring health benefits. According to Monique Ryan on eatright.org, "eating no meat one day a week is not only about subtracting from your diet, but adding to it" (Ryan, 2016). What she means by this is that while you are eliminating your meat consumption one day a week, you can substitute that meat by consuming more vegetables, whole grains, beans, and lentils. 

Whole-wheat bread, whole-grain pasta, brown rice, etc. can help to prevent heart disease, certain cancers, and diabetes. Adding lentils or beans can also contribute to your protein intake. Vegetables such as kale, collards, and broccoli can also be good sources of calcium (Ryan, 2016).


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Friday, July 15, 2016

Try this Grilled Pepper Poppers appetizer for the evening!

Grilled Pepper Poppers

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Thursday, July 14, 2016

Here is a unique, yet simple recipe that everyone can love! Mix and match the veggies all you want, and think healthy!

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Thursday, July 7, 2016

Hope everyone had a great 4th of July holiday! To keep track on our #MeatlessMonday diet, here is a quick and crunchy salad recipe!

Cabbage and Carrot Crunch Salad


Kristin - Meatless Monday Intern

Friday, July 1, 2016

Health Benefits of Reducing/Eliminating Meat Consumption

Eliminating or even reducing meat consumption can bring many health benefits to one's health. Meat products tend to be high in fat, especially saturated fat and cholesterol, so plant-based foods are a healthier option. In fact, plant-based foods are cholesterol-free, and they help to "reduce risks of cancer, heart disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, kidney stones, gallstones and osteoporosis" (


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Monday, June 20, 2016

Eat Real Food, Not Junk Food

Being vegetarian does not necessarily mean that that person practices healthy eating habits. According to healthiergeneration.org, "we consume a lot of calories at home. Unfortunately, home has become the place for fast food and snack food convenience" (2016). Therefore, we need to start making real food easy. We can do this by avoiding fast food restaurants and stopping by the grocery store instead. If meals are planned for the week, it may be easier to resist consuming fast food, as well as junk food.

Eat Real Food, Not Junk Food

Kristin - Meatless Monday Intern